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• Dutch Country Burls and Bowls
• The Pennsylvania Barn in the South
• Tales of the Block House
• Official Religion Versus Folk Religion
Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, bowls, burls, barn, architecture, English barn, Connecticut barn, double-crib barn, blockhaus, Block House Country, Lycoming County, Tioga County, Philip Anthonyson, Block House hotel, Moses Ulman, Jew Hill, cornmeal mush, butter, apple cider, captive bears, animal tales, Devil, devil-books, witchcraft, William B. Raber, folk healing, Braucherei, powwowing, hexerei, astrology, divination, oneiromancy, interpretation of dreams, omens, charms, paw-wawing, ghost stories, spook, seventh son
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Robacker, Earl F.; Glassie, Henry; Beck, Berton E.; and Yoder, Don, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 15, No. 2" (1966). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 23.
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