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• A Dunker Weekend Love Feast of 100 Years Ago
• The Peacock in Pennsylvania
• The Get-Togethers of the Young Amish Folk
• Church and Meetinghouse Stables and Sheds
• Abraham Harley Cassel - Dunkard Bibliophile
• Mennonite Folklore
• Springs and Springhouses
• Finishing Wooden Surfaces
• Early Funeral Notices
• Collecting Dialect Folk Songs
Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, Love Feast, Brethren, Dunker, Dunkard, peacock, peafowl, Amish, singings, Amish youth, horse shelters, stables, sheds, Abraham Harley Cassel, library, bibliography, Mennonite, folklore, folk beliefs, riddles, customs, folktales, springs, springhouses, wood, wood finishing, varnishing, funeral, funeral notices, folk songs
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Kulp, Clarence Jr.; Robacker, Earl F.; Tortora, Vincent R.; Shoemaker, Alfred L.; Kulp, Roy C.; Mumaw, John R.; Long, Amos Jr.; Cummings, John; Burris, Jane Keplinger; and Brendle, Thomas R., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 11, No. 1" (1960). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 7.
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