Uncle Remus, his songs and his sayings eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 150 pages of information about Uncle Remus, his songs and his sayings.
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LEGENDS OF THE OLD PLANTATION1
LEGENDS OF THE OLD PLANTATION1
II.  THE WONDERFUL TAR BABY STORY3
III.  WHY MR. POSSUM LOVES PEACE4
IV.  HOW MR. RABBIT WAS TOO SHARP FOR MR. FOX6
V. THE STORY OF THE DELUGE AND HOW IT CAME ABOUT7
VI.  MR. RABBIT GROSSLY DECEIVES MR. FOX8
VII.  MR. FOX IS AGAIN VICTIMIZED10
VIII.  MR. FOX IS “OUTDONE” BY MR. BUZZARD13
IX.  MISS COW FALLS A VICTIM TO MR. RABBIT14
X. MR. TERRAPIN APPEARS UPON THE SCENE16
XI.  MR. WOLF MAKES A FAILURE18
XII.  MR. FOX TACKLES OLD MAN TARRYPIN20
XIII.  THE AWFUL FATE OF MR. WOLF21
XIV.  MR. FOX AND THE DECEITFUL FROGS23
XV.  MR. FOX GOES A-HUNTING, BUT MR. RABBIT BAGS THE GAME24
XVI.  OLD MR. RABBIT, HE’S A GOOD FISHERMAN25
XVII.  MR. RABBIT NIBBLES UP THE BUTTER27
XVIII.  MR. RABBIT FINDS HIS MATCH AT LAST29
XIX.  THE FATE OF MR. JACK SPARROW31
XX.  HOW MR. RABBIT SAVED HIS MEAT34
XXI.  MR. RABBIT MEETS HIS MATCH AGAIN36
XXII.  A STORY ABOUT THE LITTLE RABBITS37
XXIII.  MR. RABBIT AND MR. BEAR38
XXIV.  MR. BEAR CATCHES OLD MR. BULL-FROG40
XXV.  HOW MR. RABBIT LOST HIS FINE BUSHY TAIL41
XXVI.  MR. TERRAPIN SHOWS HIS STRENGTH43
XXVII.  WHY MR. POSSUM HAS NO HAIR ON HIS TAIL45
XXVIII.  THE END OF MR. BEAR47
XXIX.  MR. FOX GETS INTO SERIOUS BUSINESS49
XXX.  HOW MR. RABBIT SUCCEEDED IN RAISING A DUST51
XXXI.  A PLANTATION WITCH52
XXXII.  “JACKY-MY-LANTERN” 155
XXXIII.  WHY THE NEGRO IS BLACK57
XXXIV.  THE SAD FATE OF MR. FOX58
PLANTATION PROVERBS61
HIS SONGS62
II.  CAMP-MEETING SONG *62
III.  CORN-SHUCKING SONG63
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VII.  TRANSCRIPTIONS 166
VIII.  THE BIG BETHEL CHURCH67
IX.  TIME GOES BY TURNS67
A STORY OF THE WAR67
HIS SAYINGS73
II.  UNCLE REMUS’S CHURCH EXPERIENCE73
III.  UNCLE REMUS AND THE SAVANNAH DARKEY75
TURNIP SALAD AS A TEXT76
V. A CONFESSION76
VI.  UNCLE REMUS WITH THE TOOTHACHE77
VII.  THE PHONOGRAPH78
VIII.  RACE IMPROVEMENT79
IX.  IN THE ROLE OF A TARTAR80
X. A CASE OF MEASLES81
XI.  THE EMIGRANTS82
XII.  AS A MURDERER82
XIII.  HIS PRACTICAL VIEW OF THINGS83
XIV.  THAT DECEITFUL JUG84
XV.  THE FLORIDA WATERMELON86
XVI.  UNCLE REMUS PREACHES TO A CONVERT87
XVII.  AS TO EDUCATION88
XVIII.  A TEMPERANCE REFORMER89
XIX.  AS A WEATHER PROPHET89
XX.  THE OLD MAN’S TROUBLES90
XXI.  THE FOURTH OF JULY91
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