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238 Indiana University Publications, Folklore Series
"The Frog Went A-Courting." Contributed by Miss Edith Baynes, of Salem, Indiana. Washington County. "Sung by Mrs. Ella Baynes, of Salem, who learned it from her mother, an English woman." April 15, 1936. Six stanzas.
"Frog Went A-Courting." Contributed by Mrs. Aline McKinney Martin, of Petersburg, Indiana. Pike County. Secured from the singing of her grandfather, Mr. Orion Peed, eighty-one. The latter learned the song from his father, Mr. Solomon Peed, while the family was living in North Carolina. March 12, 1935. Six stanzas.
"The Frog and the Mouse." Contributed by Miss Mary Gene Waller, of Oakland City, Indiana. Gibson County. Secured from her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Norrington. May 1, 1935. One stanza.
"The Frog and the Mouse and the Bumblebee." Contributed by Mr. Charles Kelsey, of Evansville, Indiana. Vanderburg County. October 22, 1935. Two stanzas.

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