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● Basketry, a Pennsylvania Dutch Art
● Decorative Elements in the Domestic Architecture of Eastern Pennsylvania
● Literature on Log Architecture
● Pennsylvania Tour of Europe
● Matters Genealogical
● Feeding Them by the Hundred
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick

Publication Date

Fall 1955


Lancaster, Pennsylvania


Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore Center, Inc.




Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, baskets, architecture, doors, windows, gates, ornamentation, log house, travel account, Europe, genealogy, immigrants, recipes, cooking, food, boiled chicken pot pie, potato filling, pepper cabbage, pickled beets, eggs, chow chow, bread and butter pickles, spiced tongue cookies, Amish vanilla pies


American Art and Architecture | American Material Culture | American Studies | Christian Denominations and Sects | Cultural History | Ethnic Studies | Fiber, Textile, and Weaving Arts | Folklore | Genealogy | German Language and Literature | Historic Preservation and Conservation | History of Religion | Linguistics | Social and Cultural Anthropology


Editor: Dr. Alfred L. Shoemaker

Associate Editors: Dr. J. Wm. Frey & Dr. Don Yoder

Antiques Editor: Dr. Earl F. Robacker

Crafts & Folk Art Editor: Olive G. Zehner

Food Editor: Edna Eby Heller

Design Editor: LeRoy Gensler

Photographer: Clifford Yeich

Rights Statement

This publication is in copyright: It may be used for educational purposes only.

The Dutchman Vol. 7, No. 2



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