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The Resource Hoosier caravan; : a treasury of Indiana life and lore, selected with comment,, by R.E. Banta

Hoosier caravan; : a treasury of Indiana life and lore, selected with comment,, by R.E. Banta

Label
Hoosier caravan; : a treasury of Indiana life and lore, selected with comment,
Title
Hoosier caravan;
Title remainder
a treasury of Indiana life and lore, selected with comment,
Statement of responsibility
by R.E. Banta
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810/.8/09772
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS571.I6
LC item number
B3 1975
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Hoosier caravan; : a treasury of Indiana life and lore, selected with comment,, by R.E. Banta
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Virginia Scott Miner
  • What makes Hoosier authors tick?
  • Those, those Hoosiers
  • Heath Bowman
  • The Indiana literary tradition at mid-century
  • Corbin Patrick
  • The Hoosiers
  • Meredith Nicholson
  • Indiana names
  • The fight for Indiana.
  • Prehistoric antiquities of Indiana
  • Eli Lilly
  • On the We-a Trail
  • Caroline Virginia Krout
  • True Indian stories
  • Jacob Piatt Dunn
  • Take t' th' timber, boys! Them's Injuns!
  • Recollections of the early settlement of the Wabash Valley
  • Sandford C. Cox
  • A history of Indiana
  • John Brown Dillon
  • Reminiscences of Ridgeville and the Mississinewa country
  • Samuel Ginger
  • John Finley
  • The big sky
  • A.B. Guthrie, Jr
  • Those big, dark Indiana woods.
  • The journal of Thomas Dean
  • Thomas Dean
  • Recollections of the early settlement of the Wabash Valley
  • Sandford C. Cox
  • The Indiana home
  • Logan Esarey
  • The Hoosier's nest
  • Spare the rod.
  • The Hoosier school-master
  • Edward Eggleston
  • The new purchase
  • Baynard Rush Hall
  • Utopia, Posey County, Indiana.
  • The New Harmony communities
  • George Browning Lockwood
  • Angel in the forest
  • Marguerite Young
  • The gaudy 'fifties.
  • Hoosier pioneer society
  • Theodore G. Gronert
  • Raintree County
  • Ross Lockridge, Jr.
  • History of the Underground Railroad
  • William Monroe Cockrum
  • Jessamyn West
  • Those were the troublous times.
  • The old man and Jim
  • James Whitcomb Riley
  • Reminiscences of an Indianian
  • Julius Augustus Lemcke
  • The high tide at Gettysburg
  • Will Henry Thompson
  • The Battle of Finney's Ford
  • Lincoln was a Hoosier, too.
  • Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1858
  • Albert Jeremiah Beveridge
  • Lew Wallace, an autobiography
  • Lew Wallace
  • At Lincoln's grave
  • Maurice Thompson
  • Samuel Ginger
  • The fable of successful Tobias and some of his Happy New-Years
  • The fable of what Horace stood for in order to land the queen
  • George Ade
  • Pony Wagon Town
  • Ben Riker
  • Culture : Grant to Harrison.
  • Abe Martin's broadcast
  • Kin Hubbard
  • Mallston's youngest
  • Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • Abe Martin's broadcast
  • Kin Hubbard
  • Reminiscences of Ridgeville and the Mississinewa country
  • Dawn
  • Theodore Dreiser
  • Came the Golden Age.
  • Little Orphant Annie
  • Nothing to say
  • James Whitcomb Riley
  • The magnificent Ambersons
  • Booth Tarkington
  • To Theodore Dreiser
  • Corbin Patrick
  • Elmer Davis
  • Home country
  • Ernie Pyle
  • Hoosier genre.
  • Was she a boy?
  • Maurice Thompson
  • The Monon wreck
  • James Buchanan Elmore
  • Hour of victory
  • Margaret Weymouth Jackson
  • We lived in Indiana too
  • Hoagy Carmichael
  • The night given over to revelry
  • George Ade
  • How dear to my heart
  • Emily Kimbrough
  • Hoosierland in the sinful 'twenties.
  • The ideas of a plain country woman
  • Juliet V. Strauss
  • Abe Martin's town pump
  • Kin Hubbard
  • The red gods call
  • C.E. Scoggins
  • The stardust road
  • James Buchanan Elmore
  • Indiana outdoors.
  • The song of the cardinal
  • Gene Stratton Porter
  • Lines with a Hoosier accent
  • Jeannette Covert Nolan
  • Dune boy
  • Edwin Way Teale
  • When Katie gathers greens
  • Domestic economy--in the beginning.
  • Staying alive
  • David Wagoner
  • A home in the woods
  • Howard Johnson
  • Our young folks.
  • Pearl Bryan's fate
  • James Buchanan Elmore
  • Cress Delahanty
  • Jessamyn West
  • Times change
  • Kurt Vonnegut, Jr
  • David Wagoner
  • Law and disorder.
  • The desperate hours
  • Joseph Arnold Hayes
  • Crescent City
  • William Edward Wilson
  • The deaths at Paragon, Indiana
  • John Woods
  • The shooting of John Dillinger outside the Biograph Theater, July 22, 1934
  • Further thoughts on schoolin'.
  • A home in the woods
  • Howard Johnson
  • First grade, Room 1, South Case School
  • The mystic presences
  • Samuel Yellen
  • Foreign affairs--as viewed through the sycamores.
  • Our hearts were young and gay
  • Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough
  • Referee again saves Israel from victory
  • Oh, Henry really has tales to tell
  • Bob Collins
  • Indiana
  • George Ade
Control code
20200462
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
New & enl. ed.
Extent
xx, 620 pages
Isbn
9780253138620
Isbn Type
deluxe ed.
Lccn
73016521
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm00922403
  • (OCoLC)922403
Label
Hoosier caravan; : a treasury of Indiana life and lore, selected with comment,, by R.E. Banta
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Virginia Scott Miner
  • What makes Hoosier authors tick?
  • Those, those Hoosiers
  • Heath Bowman
  • The Indiana literary tradition at mid-century
  • Corbin Patrick
  • The Hoosiers
  • Meredith Nicholson
  • Indiana names
  • The fight for Indiana.
  • Prehistoric antiquities of Indiana
  • Eli Lilly
  • On the We-a Trail
  • Caroline Virginia Krout
  • True Indian stories
  • Jacob Piatt Dunn
  • Take t' th' timber, boys! Them's Injuns!
  • Recollections of the early settlement of the Wabash Valley
  • Sandford C. Cox
  • A history of Indiana
  • John Brown Dillon
  • Reminiscences of Ridgeville and the Mississinewa country
  • Samuel Ginger
  • John Finley
  • The big sky
  • A.B. Guthrie, Jr
  • Those big, dark Indiana woods.
  • The journal of Thomas Dean
  • Thomas Dean
  • Recollections of the early settlement of the Wabash Valley
  • Sandford C. Cox
  • The Indiana home
  • Logan Esarey
  • The Hoosier's nest
  • Spare the rod.
  • The Hoosier school-master
  • Edward Eggleston
  • The new purchase
  • Baynard Rush Hall
  • Utopia, Posey County, Indiana.
  • The New Harmony communities
  • George Browning Lockwood
  • Angel in the forest
  • Marguerite Young
  • The gaudy 'fifties.
  • Hoosier pioneer society
  • Theodore G. Gronert
  • Raintree County
  • Ross Lockridge, Jr.
  • History of the Underground Railroad
  • William Monroe Cockrum
  • Jessamyn West
  • Those were the troublous times.
  • The old man and Jim
  • James Whitcomb Riley
  • Reminiscences of an Indianian
  • Julius Augustus Lemcke
  • The high tide at Gettysburg
  • Will Henry Thompson
  • The Battle of Finney's Ford
  • Lincoln was a Hoosier, too.
  • Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1858
  • Albert Jeremiah Beveridge
  • Lew Wallace, an autobiography
  • Lew Wallace
  • At Lincoln's grave
  • Maurice Thompson
  • Samuel Ginger
  • The fable of successful Tobias and some of his Happy New-Years
  • The fable of what Horace stood for in order to land the queen
  • George Ade
  • Pony Wagon Town
  • Ben Riker
  • Culture : Grant to Harrison.
  • Abe Martin's broadcast
  • Kin Hubbard
  • Mallston's youngest
  • Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • Abe Martin's broadcast
  • Kin Hubbard
  • Reminiscences of Ridgeville and the Mississinewa country
  • Dawn
  • Theodore Dreiser
  • Came the Golden Age.
  • Little Orphant Annie
  • Nothing to say
  • James Whitcomb Riley
  • The magnificent Ambersons
  • Booth Tarkington
  • To Theodore Dreiser
  • Corbin Patrick
  • Elmer Davis
  • Home country
  • Ernie Pyle
  • Hoosier genre.
  • Was she a boy?
  • Maurice Thompson
  • The Monon wreck
  • James Buchanan Elmore
  • Hour of victory
  • Margaret Weymouth Jackson
  • We lived in Indiana too
  • Hoagy Carmichael
  • The night given over to revelry
  • George Ade
  • How dear to my heart
  • Emily Kimbrough
  • Hoosierland in the sinful 'twenties.
  • The ideas of a plain country woman
  • Juliet V. Strauss
  • Abe Martin's town pump
  • Kin Hubbard
  • The red gods call
  • C.E. Scoggins
  • The stardust road
  • James Buchanan Elmore
  • Indiana outdoors.
  • The song of the cardinal
  • Gene Stratton Porter
  • Lines with a Hoosier accent
  • Jeannette Covert Nolan
  • Dune boy
  • Edwin Way Teale
  • When Katie gathers greens
  • Domestic economy--in the beginning.
  • Staying alive
  • David Wagoner
  • A home in the woods
  • Howard Johnson
  • Our young folks.
  • Pearl Bryan's fate
  • James Buchanan Elmore
  • Cress Delahanty
  • Jessamyn West
  • Times change
  • Kurt Vonnegut, Jr
  • David Wagoner
  • Law and disorder.
  • The desperate hours
  • Joseph Arnold Hayes
  • Crescent City
  • William Edward Wilson
  • The deaths at Paragon, Indiana
  • John Woods
  • The shooting of John Dillinger outside the Biograph Theater, July 22, 1934
  • Further thoughts on schoolin'.
  • A home in the woods
  • Howard Johnson
  • First grade, Room 1, South Case School
  • The mystic presences
  • Samuel Yellen
  • Foreign affairs--as viewed through the sycamores.
  • Our hearts were young and gay
  • Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough
  • Referee again saves Israel from victory
  • Oh, Henry really has tales to tell
  • Bob Collins
  • Indiana
  • George Ade
Control code
20200462
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
New & enl. ed.
Extent
xx, 620 pages
Isbn
9780253138620
Isbn Type
deluxe ed.
Lccn
73016521
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm00922403
  • (OCoLC)922403

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