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• The Township Weavers of Pennsylvania
• Amish Funerals
• The Bush-Meeting Dutch
• Steep Roofs and Red Tiles
• Carpet Rag Parties
• Fences in Rural Pennsylvania
• Folk Festival Program
• A Study of the Dialect Terminology of the Plain Sects of Montgomery County, Pa.
• Henry Chapman Mercer, Pennsylvania Folklife Pioneer
• The "Glingelsock"
• Sauerkraut in the Pennsylvania Folk-Culture
• Collectanea

Publication Date

Summer 1961


Lancaster, Pennsylvania


Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.


Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, coverlets, weavers, weaving, overshot weave, summer-and-winter weave, Jacquard weave, Amish, funeral, Bush-Meeting Dutch, roof, tiles, architecture, rag carpets, loomba pairty, fences, Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Festival program, pageant, dialect, language, Montgomery County, meetinghouse, Henry Chapman Mercer, Bucks County Historical Society, glingelsock, church offerings, alms, sauerkraut, cookery, cooking, history, animal bedding, leaves, Schuylkill County folklife, eating wager, powwow doctors, wheelbarrows




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



Managing: Dr. Alfred L. Shoemaker

Associate: Dr. Don Yoder


Antiques: Dr. Earl F. Robacker


XVIII Century: Henry J. Kauffman

Contemporary: Olive G. Zehner

Design: LeRoy Gensler

Folklore: Rev. Thomas R. Brendle

Food: Edna Eby Heller

Genealogy: Frederick Weiser

History: Dr. Arthur D. Graeff

Music: Dr. J. William Frey

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