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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
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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
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Robacker, Earl F.; Hurwitz, Elizabeth Adams; Kauffman, Henry J.; Yoder, Don; Heller, Edna Eby; and Zehner, Olive G., "The Dutchman Vol. 7, No. 2" (1955). The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine. 6.
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