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• "A Missing Link": The History of African Americans in Pennsylvania
• The Twin City Elks Lodge: A Unifying Force in Farrell's African American Community
• The Greening of Philadelphia
• The "Saddlebag" House Type and Pennsylvania Extended
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Blockson, Charles L.; Barksdale-Hall, Roland C.; McGregory, Jerrilyn; and Jordan, Terry G., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 44, No. 1" (1994). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 142.
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