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Br'er Rabbit - African Origins
... The stories of Br'er Rabbit were written down by Robert Roosevelt, an uncle of President Theodore Roosevelt ... Theodore Roosevelt wrote in his autobiography about his aunt from the State of Georgia, that "She knew all the 'Br'er Rabbit' stories, and I was brought up on them ... One of my uncles, Robert Roosevelt, was much struck with them, and took them down from her dictation, publishing them in Harper's, where they fell flat ...

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