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Fabian, Monroe H.; Best, Martha S.; Spitulnik, Karen M.; Winkler, Louis; and Krebs, Friedrich, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 2" (1973). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 52.
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