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• Stoneware: Stepchild of Early Pottery
• The Days of Auld Lang Syne
• Grout-Kootch, Coldframe, and Hotbed
• Memories of Three Spring Farm
• Folk Festival Program
• Saffron Cookery
• My Childhood Games
• Western Pennsylvania Epitaphs
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Robacker, Earl F.; Marshall, Alexander; Yoder, Don; Long, Amos Jr.; Brinton, Susanna; Heller, Edna Eby; Moore, George L.; and Jack, Phil R., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 13, No. 4" (1964). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 17.
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