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The Folk-Lore Journal

The Folk-Lore Journal was the second title of a folklore journal published by the Folklore Society in Great Britain.

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The Folk-Lore Journal began under this name in 1883, replacing the Folk-Lore Record, and restarting volume numbering at 1. It merged with the Archaeological Review in in 1890 to become "Folk-Lore". (Issues published under those other titles are listed separately.)

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