Regional and State Resources
- Folklore Studies at George Mason University: This site contains many links to folklore resources
- Iowa Folklife: Our People, Communities, and Traditions is an award-winning online lifelong multimedia learning guide for all ages and of interest to any region.
- Louisiana Voices: An Educator’s Guide to Exploring Our Communities and Traditions. This comprehensive interdisciplinary online guide with many lessons, essays, photos, video, and audio is public domain and adaptable for any region.
- The Philadelphia Folklore Project builds critical folk cultural knowledge, sustains vital and diverse living cultural heritage in communities, and creates equitable processes and practices for nurturing local grassroots arts and humanities
- The New York Folklore Society celebrates the extraordinary in everyday life, bringing focus to the traditions the state’s diverse peoples.
- University of Illinois Library provides valuable storytelling resources.
- Wisconsin Folks teaches students about folk art and artists and provides compelling examples of many genres and artists, from fish decoys to dance.
- Wisconsin Teachers of Local Culture enables teachers to create integrated lessons that link with academic standards and that place specific knowledge in broad context. Of interest to anyone teaching folklore in the classroom.