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.

LEGENDS OF THE OLD PLANTATION

I. Uncle Remus initiates the Little Boy
II.  The Wonderful Tar-Baby Story
III.  Why Mr. Possum loves Peace
IV.  How Mr. Rabbit was too sharp for Mr. Fox
V. The Story of the Deluge, and how it came about
VI.  Mr. Rabbit grossly deceives Mr. Fox
VII.  Mr. Fox is again victimized
VIII.  Mr. Fox is “outdone” by Mr. Buzzard
IX.  Miss Cow falls a Victim to Mr. Rabbit
X. Mr. Terrapin appears upon the Scene
XI.  Mr. Wolf makes a Failure
XII.  Mr. Fox tackles Old Man Tarrypin
XIII.  The Awful Fate of Mr. Wolf
XIV.  Mr. Fox and the Deceitful Frogs
XV.  Mr. Fox goes a-hunting, but Mr. Rabbit bags the Game
XVI.  Old Mr. Rabbit, he’s a Good Fisherman
XVII.  Mr. Rabbit nibbles up the Butter
XVIII.  Mr. Rabbit finds his Match at last
XIX.  The Fate of Mr. Jack Sparrow
XX.  How Mr. Rabbit saved his Meat
XXI.  Mr. Rabbit meets his Match again
XXII.  A Story about the Little Rabbits
XXIII.  Mr. Rabbit and Mr. Bear
XXIV.  Mr. Bear catches Old Mr. Bull-Frog
XXV.  How Mr. Rabbit lost his Fine Bushy Tail
XXVI.  Mr. Terrapin shows his Strength
XXVII Why Mr. Possum has no Hair on his Tail
XXVIII.  The End of Mr. Bear
XXIX.  Mr. Fox gets into Serious Business
XXX.  How Mr. Rabbit succeeded in raising a Dust. 
XXXI.  A Plantation Witch
XXXII.  “Jacky-my-Lantern”
XXXIII.  Why the Negro is Black
XXXIV.  The Sad Fate of Mr. Fox

Plantation Proverbs

His Songs

I. Revival Hymn
II.  Camp-Meeting Song
III.  Corn-Shucking Song
IV.  The Plough-hands Song
V. Christmas Play-Song
VI.  Plantation Play-Song
VII.  Transcriptions: 
      1.  A Plantation Chant
      2.  A Plantation Serenade
VIII.  De Big Bethel Church
IX.  Time goes by Turns

A Story of the War

His Sayings
I. Jeems Rober’son’s Last Illness
II.  Uncle Remus’s Church Experience
III.  Uncle Remus and the Savannah Darkey
IV.  Turnip Salad as a Text
V. A Confession
VI.  Uncle Remus with the Toothache
VII.  The Phonograph
VIII.  Race Improvement
IX.  In the Role of a Tartar
X. A Case of Measles
XI.  The Emigrants
XII.  As a Murderer
XIII.  His Practical View of Things
XIV.  That Deceitful Jug
XV.  The Florida Watermelon
XVI.  Uncle Remus preaches to a Convert
XVII.  As to Education
XVIII.  A Temperance Reformer
XIX.  As a Weather Prophet
XX.  The Old Man’s Troubles
XXI.  The Fourth of July

LEGENDS OF THE OLD PLANTATION

I. UNCLE REMUS INITIATES THE LITTLE BOY

One evening recently, the lady whom Uncle Remus calls “Miss Sally” missed her little seven-year-old.  Making search for him through the house and through the yard, she heard the sound of voices in the old man’s cabin, and, looking through the window, saw the child sitting by Uncle Remus.  His head rested against the old man’s arm, and he was gazing with an expression of the most intense interest into the rough, weather-beaten face, that beamed so kindly upon him.  This is what “Miss Sally” heard: 

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