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Produced by the Federal Writers' Project in Nebraska
"These reminiscences of life in Nebraska during the 1870s and 1880s have been obtained through personal interviews with pioneers by members of the Nebraska Writers' Project."
Includes several stories about pranks, information on pioneer remedies and medicine, as well as tales of a more historical nature.
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Special Collections GR110.N2 F4 no.25
Federal Writers' Project in Nebraska
folklore, Federal Writers' Project, colonization, emigration and immigration, local history
American Studies | United States History
Federal Writers' Project, "Pioneer Recollections - Nebraska Folklore" (1940). Special Collections. 38.