2 edition of Folk-lore of Waterloo County, Ontario. found in the catalog.
Folk-lore of Waterloo County, Ontario.
W. J. Wintemberg
Bibliography: p. 67-68.
|Series||Canada. National Museum, Ottawa. Bulletin, no. 116. Anthropological series, no. 28|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .C13 no. 116|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 68 p.|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||a 50006032|
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FOLK-LORE COLLECTED IN THE COUNTIES OF OXFORD AND WATERLOO, ONTARIO. BY W. J. WINTEMBERG. _____ “Black Horse Inn itself was purchased in by the owner Nelson Newcombe and his wife Fanny. He and his wife and four children lived at the inn while offering room and board for travellers passing through. Carrots, celery, caraway and cumin and their relatives in the Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) have a long history of human use dating from our earliest written records. A large body of folklore has accumulated on their magical and mythical curative properties. Many of the early uses have persisted as part of 20th century folklore, sometimes supplementary to modern by:
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Cloutier, King's Printer, County Folk Lore by Mrs Gutch and Mabel Peacock and a great selection of related books, Folk-Lore of Waterloo County, Ontario.
Wintemberg, W. Published by Dept. Of Resources and Development, Ottawa () This is an ex-library book. This book is from our pre ISBN stock and could therefore be over 50 years old. It will have a general.
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I Commonly known in Brant County, Ontario. Waugh.) 2 A slightly different version, known at Ottawa, Ont. (by E. B.), is, - April fool is past and gone, And you're the biggest fool in town. 3 Dyer, in his Domestic Folk-Lore, gives a somewhat analogous belief current in the.
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Wintemberg Folk-Lore from Ottawa and. A - Index to the Publications of the Ontario Historical SocietyIndex to the Publications of the Ontario Historical Society WOODSTOCK COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, Woodstock College memorial book (Toronto, the Association, c/o Secr., P.
Harwood, 62 Balsam Ave., pp.). Other Books THE EDITOR AND OTHERS The only military book received this year is a regimental history of the Highland Light Infantry of Canada in the Second World War, compiled by J.
Bartlett. Come a singing: Canadian folk-songs (Bulletin / National Museum of Canada) by Marius Barbeau: Folk-Lore of Waterloo County, Ontario: Bulletin no. Anthropological Series No. 28 by W. Wintemburg: Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia by Helen Creighton: Contains bios of many 19th century residents of Toronto and York County, Ontario, transcribed from the book History of Toronto and County of York.
Also contains photos and descriptions of historic buildings and churches in Toronto, history and genealogy links, and genealogy of four Toronto surnames: PICKARD, BECKETT, BLACKMORE and STRODE. The Pennsylvania Germans of Waterloo County, Ontario, by Rev.
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FOLK-LORE COLLECTED IN THE COUNTIES OF OXFORD AND WATERLOO, ONTARIO. BY W. WINTEMBERG. _____ "Black Horse Inn itself was purchased in by the owner Nelson Newcombe and his wife Fanny. He and his wife and four children lived at the inn while offering room and board for travellers passing through.
Full text of "Canadian Folk-Lore from Ontario" See other formats. Recorded as Gilbert and the patronymic Gilbertson, this is an English surname, but one recorded throughout the British Isles.
It is of Norman-French and even earlier pre 7th century Germanic origins. It derives from the personal name variously spelt as Gislebert, Guilbert or Gilebert. However spelt it is a compound with the elements "gisil", meaning a noble youth, and "berht". Nature Stories.
Nature Literacy: The Creation and Telling of Nature Stories. Summary of the University of Guelph Arboretum seminar titled Nature Speaks: Arboreal Reflection on Nature Stories, Februand of the Federation of Ontario Naturalists' Workshop titled Literacy: The Creation and Telling of Nature Stories, June 7, as i wrote about several days ago, i was able to secure a fascinating national museum of canada booklet, originally published inentitled "folk-lore of waterloo county, ontario," as originally prepared by w.
wintemberg, who died before this final manuscript was : Ted Currie. Transcript of the and Federal Census of Schoharie County Virginia Parslow Partridge The Census of Schoharie County, New York: An Index David Paul Davenport Folklore from the Schoharie Hills, N.Y.
Gardner. in my last blog, i introduced you to a national museum of canada, heritage booklet, entitled "folk-lore of waterloo county, ontario," as written by w.j. wintemberg, in the 's. it was edited and published after his death, and included as national museum bulletin, numberand number 28 in the anthropological series, circa Author: Ted Currie.
Iroquois pottery types [microform]; a technique for the study of Iroquois prehistory / Folk-lore of Waterloo County, Ontario William John Wintemberg. -- QH 1 B85 NO Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia[microform] / Helen Creighton. Summary of the University of Guelph Arboretum seminar titled Nature Speaks: Arboreal Reflection on Nature Stories, Februand of the Federation of Ontario Naturalists’ Workshop titled Literacy: The Creation and Telling of nature Stories, June 7, Certain items of folk-lore and family legend have helped in connecting much fragmentary information.
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