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Friesen, Steve; Mutzbauer, Monica; Witmer, Christopher S.; Hoffer, Mary Lamey; Barner, Harry W.; Leight, Robert L.; and Emerson, Catherine L., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 40, No. 3" (1991). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 132.
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