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Author Olson, Greg, 1959-
Title The life of folklorist Mary Alicia Owen : voodoo priests, noble savages, and Ozark Gypsies / Greg Olson.
Imprint Columbia [Mo.] : University of Missouri Press, [2012]
©2012

Author Olson, Greg, 1959-
Series Missouri biography series
Missouri biography series. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n90710456
Subject Owen, Mary Alicia, 1850-1935.
Folklorists -- Missouri -- Biography.
Women folklorists -- Missouri -- Biography.
Women -- Missouri -- Saint Joseph -- Biography.
Women authors, American -- Missouri -- Biography.
Women intellectuals -- Missouri -- Saint Joseph -- Biography.
Missouri -- Biography.
Saint Joseph (Mo.) -- Biography.
Add Title Voodoo priests, noble savages, and Ozark Gypsies
Mary Alicia Owen
Description 1 online resource (x, 171 pages) : illustrations, portraits.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 155-166) and index.
Contents 1. Queen City of the West, 1850-1860 -- 2. "Our unhappy country," 1860-1870 -- 3. Literary life, 1870-1890 -- 4. "White Voodoo," 1889-1891 -- 5. "A folklorist born, not made," 1891-1895 -- 6. Noble savages and Ozark Gypsies, 1894-1900 -- 7. Vanishing Indians, 1900-1904 -- 8. "Road to Paradise," 1905-1935 -- Epilogue: "Ever towards the setting sun they push us."
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0826272959 (electronic bk.)
9780826272959 (electronic bk.)
9780826219961
0826219969
OCLC # 829387556
Additional Format Print version: 9780826219961 0826219969


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