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• Moravian, Schwenkfelder, and American Log Construction
• The Search for Our German Ancestors Continued: The Breunings of Mohringen
• Where the Groundhog is King
• The Louisiana Passport of Pennsylvania's Charles Sealsfield
• A "Garden for the Friends of God": Religious Diversity in the Oley Valley to 1750
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Jordan, Terry G.; Adams, Robert G.; Wieand, Paul R.; Arndt, Karl J. R.; and Guenther, Karen, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 33, No. 3" (1984). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 104.
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