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Folklore: Primary Sources

Resources for folklore and folklife studies: regional, ethnic, generational, etc.

William A. Wilson Folklore Archives

Named for the founder of the archive, the William A. Wilson Folklore Archives began as a stack of cardboard boxes in Professor Wilson’s office at BYU. Access this special collection at http://lib.byu.edu/sites/worldhistory/folklore-william-a-wilson-folklore-archives/, or contact curator Kristi Young at .

Primary Sources

Folklore & Folklife Collections & Archives

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Bibliography Managers

Use one of these tools to import references of books, articles, and websites into folders and keep them organized.  Create in-text citations and format your bibliography for your paper too.