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• "Faithful Laborers in this Vineyard of the Lord": The Swedish Mission to America
• Metzler's School, Then and Now
• E. H. Rauch's Formative Influence on Pennsylvania German Folk Theater
• Germanic Origins and Religious-Geographical History of the Mennonites in Europe
• Aldes un Neies (Old and New)
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Treese, Lorett; Denlinger, Rhoda Horning; Fetterman, William B.; and Hopple, Lee C., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 1" (1988). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 122.
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