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• A Fiddler's Life
• An Interpretation of Some Ritual and Food Elements of the Brethren Love Feast
• Pottery Making in Quakertown: 1800-1879
• Teddy Bears: An Enduring Folk Tradition
• Lucia Day
• Dippy, Son of Puddin'
• Persecution and Genocide: The General Problem as Illustrated by the Anabaptist Experience
Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, fiddlers, Earl Pop Hafler, folk music, reminiscences, oral history, Brethren, Love Feast, Dunkard, River Brethren, communion, Lord's Supper, feet washing, symbolism, Quakertown, pottery, redware, Abel Penrose, Richard Moore, teddy bears, Saint Lucia, Swedish Americans, Lucia Day, recipe, Lucia buns, Paxtonville, nicknames, genocide, Anabaptists, Ulrich Zwingli, religious persecution, Ursinus College studies
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Feintuch, Burt; Stayer, Jonathan R.; Rosenberger, Lyle L.; Till, B. G.; Ross, Martha S.; Graybill, Guy; and Trace, Susan B., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 34, No. 2" (1985). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 107.
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