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● Somerset County Decorated Barns
● Butter Molds
● Restaurants, too, Go Dutch
● The Hostetter Fractur Collection
● Bindnagle's Church
● The Harry S. High Folk Art Collection
● Lebanon Valley Date Stones
● Of Bells and Bell Towers
● John Durang, the First Native American Dancer
● Stoffel Rilbps' Epistle
● The First Singing of Our National Anthem
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
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Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, Somerset County, barn decoration, barn sign, butter molds, food, cooking, fraktur, architecture, church, folk art, crafts, date stones, bells, dancing, national anthem, genealogy, immigrants, cookery
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Shoemaker, Alfred L.; Robacker, Earl F.; Heller, Edna Eby; Lichten, Frances; Earley, Israel B.; Zehner, Olive G.; Swope, Martha Ross; Kauffman, Henry J.; Kieffer, Elizabeth Clarke; Ruth, John Lowry; and Krebs, Friedrich, "The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 1" (1954). The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine. 1.
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