Tall tales of Cape Cod by Marillis Bittinger

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Author Bittinger, Marillis
Illustrator Adams, Bruce
Title Tall tales of Cape Cod
Original Publication United States: The Memorial Press,1948.
Contents No kissing on Sunday -- The Cape Cod gold rush -- How Scargo Lake got its name -- The curse of Old Mother Melt -- Barney Gould -- It pays to keep the Sabbath -- Timmy Drew and the bull frogs -- The wrong gulls -- She had the last word -- The singular case of the young anatomist -- The mooncussers of Cape Cod -- How the fogs came to the Cape -- The peddler's coffin -- The whale that went to New York -- The snake biting Indian -- Johnny Blunt's courtship -- The trusting maiden -- Shipwrecked -- The enchanted mouse -- Ole Bill Hardy -- How Sophie got a husband -- The Orleans lamplighter -- The giant of Longnook Valley -- Cupid and the tree warden -- The singing fish of Monomoy Point.
Credits Steve Mattern, David E. Brown, and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at https://www.pgdp.net
Language English
LoC Class F001: United States local history: New England
LoC Class GR: Geography, Anthropology, Recreation: Folklore
Subject Folklore -- Massachusetts
Subject Massachusetts -- Social life and customs
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EBook-No. 69718
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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