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Keystone Folklore

Keystone Folklore was a journal of Pennsylvania folklore, published by the Pennsylvania Folklore Society.

Publication History

Keystone Folklore began in 1956 as the Keystone Folklore Quarterly. It dropped "Quarterly" from its name in 1973, and began a new series in 1982. No issue or contribution copyright renewals were found for this serial. Publication ceased in 1992.

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