Indian Tales, illustrated and written by Spanish writer Jaime de Angulo, is a collection of indigenous American folk tales and animal mythology Angulo learned while living among the Pit River Indians of California. This 1953 first edition was purchased at the Maine Bookhouse in Oxford, ME.
Will Carleton, a poet who wrote about life in rural America, compiled Farm Legends to follow his successful anthology Farm Ballads. Carleton followed with others like it, including Farm Festivals (1881), City Ballads (1885), City Legends (1889) and City Festivals (1892). This copy was published in 1887 and purchased at Pegasus Antiques in Chester, NJ.