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● The Dutch Touch in Iron
● The Pennsylvania Dutch Village
● Five June Days
● On an Amish Farm
● Traveling Pennsylvanians
● The Trail of the Stone Arched Bridges in Berks County
● Displaced Dutchmen Crave Shoo-flies
● Florence Starr Taylor
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● Zinzendorf and Moravian Research
● Sheep in Dutchland
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Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, iron, ironwork, folk art, Pennsylvania Dutch Village, photographs, William H. Richardson, farm, farming, Amish, travel account, Europe, bridges, Berks County, cookery, cooking, recipes, shoo-fly pie, Florence Starr Taylor, commercial art, genealogy, immigrants, Count Zinzendorf, Moravian, sheep
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Robacker, Earl F.; Shoemaker, Alfred L.; Butterfield, Jim; Yoder, Don; Stauffer, Harry; Heller, Edna Eby; Zehner, Olive G.; Braun, Fritz; Krebs, Friedrich; and Dieffenbach, Victor C., "The Pennsylvania Dutchman Vol. 8, No. 3" (1957). The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine. 11.
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