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• Conservation and Mediation in the Folk and Traditional Arts of Pennsylvania
• Isaac and Thomas Stahl, the Revival Potters of Powder Valley
• The Folk Art of Decorated Eggs
• Jim Popso and His Coal Country Folk Art
• Leaving the Old World for the New: Rules Governing Emigration from Landau in the Palatinate
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Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, folk art, Bharathanatyam dance, Indian Americans, gurukula, apprenticeships, cultural change, ethnic identity, Stahl family, pottery, potters, Powder Valley, Indian Creek, redware, sgraffito, Arts and Crafts Movement, Colonial Revival, Ursinus College, egg decorating, egg lore, folklore, symbols, Easter, dyed eggs, egg trees, pysanky, krashanky, kraslice, Luzerne County, Eckley Miners Village, coal mining, James Popso, Hazleton, paintings, miniatures, found objects, recycling, emigration, Landau, Thomas Nast, Konrad Krez, Peter Zenger
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Young, Diane Sidener; Goda, Anne W.; Kalcik, Susan; Bousquet, Woodward S.; and Mutzbauer, Monica, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 44, No. 3" (1995). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 144.
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