6 edition of Up Cutshin & down Greasy found in the catalog.
|Statement||Leonard W. Roberts.|
|LC Classifications||F456 .R58 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165 p. :|
|Number of Pages||165|
|ISBN 10||0813116384, 081310176X|
|LC Control Number||87029600|
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In Up Cutshin and Down Greasy, brothers Dave and Jim Couch, born about the turn of the century, recall clearly their childhood days on Sang Branch of Greasy and Clover Fork of Big Leatherwood. Dave, a professional moonshiner and bottlegger in his younger days, tells of his brushes with the by: 5.
Up Cutshin & Down Greasy book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Along the isolated headwaters of the Kentucky River -- Cuts 3/5(2). Up Cutshin and Down Greasy: Folkways of a Kentucky Mountain Family, by Leonard W. Roberts, Univ.
Press of Kentucky reprint of edition, Hardback with No Dustcover, owner's name inside front and back covers, all pages intact and no other markings, book is in Very Good Condition.
ISBN FREE SHIPPING with USPS Media Up Cutshin & down Greasy book. Up Cutshin and Down Greasy Book Description: Along the isolated headwaters of the Kentucky River -- Cutshin and Greasy creeks -- folklorist Leonard Roberts found the Couches, a remarkable mountain family of gifted memory and imagination.
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After an autistic man ends up in the trenches of World War I, a nun-turned-journalist dances with treason to care for him, and a candy store clerk posing as Santa Claus risks everything to bring him home. Luther Baker is a kind-hearted autistic man. Leonard W. Roberts is the author of South from Hell-Fer-Sartin ( avg rating, 12 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Up Cutshin & Down Greasy ( a /5.
This is a fine little book to utilize to introduce yourself both to the work of Leonard Roberts and to the field of Appalachian Folklore.
If you cannot locate a copy of this book, you can generally always find copies of "Up Cutshin & Down Greasy" or "South From Hell-Fer-Sartin".Author: Roger D.
Hicks. The lack of education is obvious in this passage from the book “Up Cutshin and Down Greasy” by Leonard W. Roberts, “The reason I can remember it so well-we got back there to that old still, and they had farred up and was a-running whiskey to beat the band. In Up Cutshin and Down Greasy, brothers Dave and Jim Couch, born about the turn of the century, recall clearly their childhood days on Sang Branch of Greasy and Clover Fork of Big Leatherwood.
01 Jul Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. The Dreyse Military Needle-Ignition System Leonard Alston. My family called it "Hell fer Sartain Holler" and Frozen. They said it was Up Cutshin and Down Greasy.
Leonard Roberts wrote a book on the folk tales of the area that list several of the neighboring families. Let me know if ya need specifics. Chances are I may have a record or two for you. cordially, pam. (Southern US, Midland US) A viscous, syrupy sweetener, generally molasses, but sometimes table syrup.
Leonard W. Roberts, “Jim Couch, His Family Story”, in Up Cutshin & down Greasy: folkways of a Kentucky mountain family, page 8: Made our molasses into long sweetening and tapped the sugartrees for short sweetening.
John Quincy Wolf, Life. Search Results for "cutshin" - Messages per page: Re Cutshin and Greasy are now part of Leslie Co. Greasy, located, below Hyden, have come from Va my mother always said she thought our Couche's came from Va., then we have the UP Cutshin, Down Greasy book, that says that line of Couche's came from Scott Co.
I really believe. "A New Horse" is adapted from the tale "Bridling the Witch" in Up Cutshin and Down Greasy: The Couches' Tales and Songs (reprinted as Sang Branch Settlers: Folksongs and Tales of an Eastern Kentucky Family) by Leonard W.
Roberts with permission of Dr. Roberts.4/5(32). Leonard W. Roberts, “Jim Couch, His Family Story”, in Up Cutshin & down Greasy: folkways of a Kentucky mountain family, page 8: Made our molasses into long sweetening and tapped the sugartrees for short sweetening.
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Leonard Roberts, a Kentucky folklorist, published the songs and tales of an east Kentucky family in Sang Branch Settlers (a more abridged version was published in Up Cutshin & Down Greasy). He interviewed the Couch family in the early s. Jim Couch related. For sheer, unadulterated joy of reading, this book cannot be too highly recommended.” Now Little, Brown has come out with a paper edition of Folklore on the American Land [$].
The folklore of a more specific area is examined in Up Cutshin & Down Greasy: Folkways of a Kentucky Mountain Family by Leonard W. Roberts. Along the isolated. Leonard W. Roberts (Janu - Ap ) was an early folklorist, professor, and publisher.
Roberts was born in Floyd County, Kentucky to Lewis Jackson and Rhoda Jane (Osborn) Roberts. He graduated from Berea College before studying creative writing at the University of s then attended the University of Kentucky, where he earned a PhD Authority control: ISNI:.
UP-UP-DOWN started as a finger play that I used with children in a program for 2 and 3 year old kids. All it was in the beginning was a game where I would go: “ up-up-up-up-up-up- faaaaaalllllll DOWN”, while I raised my hands and then fell down.
The kids imitated me and loved the game. Leonard Roberts published a ’s interview with an east Kentucky family in Up Cutshin & Down Greasy: Jim Couch related, ‘My grandfather made one [banjo] that lasted for years. The box of it was made outten an old gourd. The strings was connected up some way on the neck, and that thing played right good, I thought.’.
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Press of Kentucky, ), 6. Ph.D. labors was the book South /rom Hell-Jer-Sartin, published by the University of Kentucky Press. He went on to write and edit many others: I Bought Me a Dog; Nippy and the Yankee Doodle; Up Cutshin and Down Greasy; The Sang Branch Settlers: Folksongs and Tales 0/ a Kentucky Mountain Famtly; Old Greasybeard.
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TRAILS INTO CUTSHIN COUNTRYA History of Leslie County, KentuckyContaining a partial history revealing the strong character of mountain people, and an example of pioneer life in America from the late 's until the early 'sSadie W.
StidhamGraphic Arts Press, (In dustjacket with the following titling: Leslie County, Kentucky A Folk History of Facts. Most notably, in Up Cutshin and Down Greasy: Folkways of a Kentucky Mountain Family (), he shifted perspective to focus almost entirely on the overall folklife context of a specific region and family, an approach that would not be in vogue among his peers for another ten years.
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Read Book Up Cutshin and Down Greasy: Folkways of a Kentucky Mountain Family E-Book Free. This is a fine little book to utilize to introduce yourself both to the work of Leonard Roberts and to the field of Appalachian Folklore. If you cannot locate a copy of this book, you can generally always find copies of "Up Cutshin & Down Greasy" or "South From Hell-Fer-Sartin".
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Kelly BOOKS Folk Tales and Songsfrom the Couch Family. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, Microcard edition.
Salem, Wisconsin: Microcards, Inc., Home in the Rock: A Novel ofEastern Kentucky. Master's thesis, State University of Iowa, / Bought Me a Dog: Twelve Authenic Folktales from the.
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