Denham Tracts (folklore)
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The Denham Tracts are a series of pamphlets and broadsides of collected proverbs, slogans, myths, and folklore of northern England, first published by Michael Aislabie Denham over a thirteen year period (1846-1859), and later republished in a two-volume collected edition by the London-based Folklore Society (FLS).
- M. A. D. (1851), Denham Tracts; or, A Few Pictures of the Olden Time, in connexion with the North of England and Isle of Man, Imprinted by George Bouchler Richardson, at the Sign of the River-god Tyne, Clayton-street-west; Printer to the Society of Antiquaries, and to the Typographical Society, both of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, https://books.google.com/books?id=-RkHAAAAQAAJ&pg=PT16
- Denham, Michael Aislabie (1892), Hardy, James, ed., The Denham Tracts: a Collection of Folklore, Reprinted from the Original Tracts and Pamphlets Printed by Denham Between 1846 and 1859, I, London: The Folklore Society, https://archive.org/details/denhamtractscoll01denhuoft — containing local and family traditions and characteristics
- Denham, Michael Aislabie (1895), Hardy, James, ed., The Denham Tracts: a Collection of Folklore, Reprinted from the Original Tracts and Pamphlets Printed by Denham Between 1846 and 1859, II, London: The Folklore Society, https://archive.org/details/denhamtractscoll02denhuoft — containing peasant superstitions and customs