The British Columbia Folklore Society

The British Columbia Folklore Society Focusing on the myths of British Columbia, this site presents the text of some of those stories. The site also contains sections on occupational folklore, social customs, oral literature, and material culture. Note: rather than send students to this rather
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The British Columbia Folklore Society


Focusing on the myths of British Columbia, this site presents the text of some of those stories. The site also contains sections on occupational folklore, social customs, oral literature, and material culture. Note: rather than send students to this rather academic site, adapt its contents as you prepare your own materials for teaching about folklore.

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