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● "Such Fancy Boxes, Yet"
● Dried Corn
● Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking is Corny
● The Amish at Play
● Colonial Button Mold
● Illness and Cure of Domestic Animals Among the Pennsylvania Dutch
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
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Robacker, Earl F.; Kingston, Joseph T.; Heller, Edna Eby; Tortora, Vincent R.; Benson, Evelyn; Brendle, Thomas R.; Unger, Claude; Krebs, Friedrich; and Yoder, Don, "The Pennsylvania Dutchman Vol. 8, No. 4" (1957). The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine. 12.
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