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• Occupational Folklife
• A Fine-Tooth Comb: Atlee Crouse Carries on a Family Tradition
• "Lime and Manure": Agricultural Practices Among the Pennsylvania Germans
• Alcoa, New Kensington: "It was More Than a Job - It was a Way of Life"
• Women's Work: Textile Manufacturing in the Lackawanna Valley
• Working the Seams: African American Professional Performers Moving Between White Public Culture and African American Private Culture
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Gallagher, Thomas E. Jr.; Boyer, Robert Troy; Long, Amos Jr.; Mueseler, Christine M.; Jacobs, Catherine Anne; and Freund, Hugo A., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 45, No. 2" (1996). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 146.
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