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Hants and Dorset"s legends & folklore

Morris Collman

Hants and Dorset"s legends & folklore

by Morris Collman

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Published by James Pike Ltd. in St. Ives, Cornwall .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hampshire (England),
  • Dorset (England),
  • England,
  • Hampshire.,
  • Dorset.
    • Subjects:
    • Folklore -- England -- Hampshire.,
    • Folklore -- England -- Dorset.,
    • Hampshire (England) -- Social life and customs.,
    • Dorset (England) -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby M. Collman.
      SeriesViewing Hants & Dorset series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGR142.H35 C64
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p. :
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5255675M
      ISBN 100859321517
      LC Control Number75328889
      OCLC/WorldCa1958634

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InMarianne R. Dacombe published ‘Dorset Up Along and Down Along’, a collection of history, tradition, folklore, flower names, Hants and Dorsets legends & folklore book herbal lore, including contributions collected via the Dorset Federation of Women’s Institutes.

From Abbotts Ann and the Maiden’s Garlands to the Tichborne Dole and St Swithun’s forty days of rain, Folklore of Hampshire looks at the county as never before. Hampshire is proud host to traditions, customs and legends that may seem strange to the people of the twenty-first century but were very real to the Hampshire folk of yesteryear/5(5).

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InHidden East Anglia’s ‘Lantern’ magazine carried M.W. Burgess’s article ‘Hoax of the Broads’ which was highly critical of Charles Sampson’s popular book ‘Ghosts of the Broads’, published and reprinted by Jarrold & Sons Ltd inand Inwhen Mike Burgess began writing about the various legends of Tom Hickathrift (updated in ), he again referred.

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Legends & Folklore of Dorset. The ‘Legends & Folklore’ series are the latest additions from the house of Bradwell. These well produced and handy booklets aim to seek out the countries quirks, legends, customs, superstitions and spooky tales. The Dorset edition is packed with information to satisfy the curious reader or avid folklorist.

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Sherborne Folklore and Ghosts Folklore, Customs and Ghost Stories in Sherborneby Elisabeth Bletsoe Sherborne is a small market town in north-west Dorset; formerly a Saxon burgh. It evolved through the cloth, gloving and silk industries and boasts two castles, a Benedictine Abbey and the renowned public school for boys established since Edward VI.

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The study of Folk-lore is year by year receiving.Ancient Origins articles related to Dorset Culture in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends.

(Page of tag Dorset Culture).Once I realised I was going to be spending three books with magical hares, I began to research the role of hares in traditional tales. Though I only scratched the surface, like a hare scratching a form in a field, rather than a rabbit digging a deep burrow, I was amazed at the widespread, varied nature of hare folklore and mythology.