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• Assimilation and Acculturation in a Pennsylvania-German Landscape: The Nisley Family and its Architecture in the Lower Swatara Creek Basin
• Charles-Alexandre Lesueur of Paris, Philadelphia, and New Harmony, Indiana
• Religious-Geographical History of the Hutterian Brethren in Europe and Russia, 1523-1879
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Reynolds, Margaret Clark; Fleming, Mary Lou Robson; and Hopple, Lee C., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 42, No. 3" (1993). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 138.
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