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• Johann Adam Eyer: "Lost" Fraktur Writer of Hamilton Square
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Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, Johann Adam Eyer, fraktur, Monroe County, Hamilton Square, vorschriften, songbooks, Lydia Kauffman, Dunkards, reminiscences, Green Hill, York County, food, cookery, childhood, school, play, toys, games, holidays, Cumberland County, Harry Kramer, Jews, stereotypes, jokes, humor, Gertrude Rapp, Harmonists, Economy, silk
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Robacker, Earl F.; Kauffman, Henry J.; Barrick, Mac E.; and Kring, Hilda Adam, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 34, No. 3" (1985). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 108.
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