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• Pennsylvania Pewter and Pewterers
• Grain in the Attic
• Dryhouses in the Pennsylvania Folk-Culture
• The Amish Barn Dance
• Pennsylvanians Called it Mush
Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, pewter, grain, attic, dryhouse, schnitz, Amish, barn dance, folk dancing, cookery, cooking, mush, hasty pudding, recipe
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Robacker, Earl F.; Bucher, Robert C.; Long, Amos Jr.; Shaner, Richard; and Yoder, Don, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 13, No. 2" (1963). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 15.
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Managing: Dr. Don Yoder
Associate: Dr. Alfred L. Shoemaker
Antiques: Dr. Earl F. Robacker
Cookery: Edna Eby Heller
Crafts: Olive G. Zehner
Design: Marjorie N. White
Music: Dr. J. William Frey