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• The Junior Republic Movement in Pennsylvania: Youth Care in Grove City and Redington
• Brechloch, or Rapp's Harmony Society and the Production of Flax, Hemp, and Linen in Pennsylvania and Indiana
• Some Neglected Swiss Literature on the Forebay Bank Barn
• "Hoping for the Best, Yet Fearing the Worst": An Overview of Civil War Medical Care Until the Battle of Gettysburg
• Aldes un Neies
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Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, William Reuben George, Junior Republic Movement, William T. Carter, Redington, Freeville, Grove City, Carter Junior Republic, George Rapp, Harmony Society, Brechloch, flax, hemp, New Harmony, weaving, Frederick Rapp, forebay bank barns, Canton Graubunden, Switzerland, architecture, Civil War, medicine, Sanitary Commission, field hospitals, Battle of Gettysburg, Jonathan Letterman, surgeons, Horace G. Walbridge, correspondence
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Heindel, Ned D.; Heindel, Linda H.; Arndt, Karl J. R.; Jordan, Terry G.; and Groff, Lois J., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 37, No. 2" (1988). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 119.
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