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• Piece-Patch Artistry
• The Horse and Buggy Dutch
• Pine Tar and its Uses
• Much Ado About Cookies
• Folk Festival Program
• Outdoor Privies in the Dutch Country
• Distillation and Distilleries Among the Dutch
• The Folklife Studies Movement
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Robacker, Earl F.; Yoder, Don; Bixler, Leo H.; Heller, Edna Eby; Long, Amos Jr.; and Shaner, Richard, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 13, No. 3" (1963). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 16.
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