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THREE LITTLE GIRLS LIVED WITH THEIR GRANDMOTHER. SHE SENT HER
GIRLS FOR SPRINGWATER QUITE OFTEN AND THEY DIDN'T LIKE IT.
ONE DAY THE GIRLS MADE A DOLL OF MUD AND SQUIRREL'S HAIR AND
PUT IT IN THE BUSH BESIDE THE GATE LEADING TO THE CREEK. AS
SOON AS THE GRANDMOTHER SAW THIS CREATION SHE FORBID THE
GIRLS TO GO THE CREEK BECAUSE SHE THOUGHT IT WAS UNDER A
VOODOO CURSE.

Where learned: MISSISSIPPI ; NATCHEZ

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Jest Anecdote
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