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• Amish Album
• Look Back, Once!
• The Pennsylvania Barn in the South: Part II
• Folk Festival Program
• Contributors to this Issue
• Festival Highlights
• Twenty Questions on Powwowing
• Moon-Signs in Cumberland County
• Reminiscences of "Des Dumm Fattel"
• Notes and Documents: Two Documents from the First World War
• The Dutch and Irish Colonies of Pennsylvania

Publication Date

Summer 1966


Lancaster, Pennsylvania


Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.


Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, sauerkraut, sour krout song, folk art, Constantine Kermes, paintings, Amish, antiques, stoneware, redware, pottery, pierced tin, butter bowls, majolica, ironwork, Moravian Christmas stars, boxes, toys, barn, architecture, double-crib barn, two-level barn, Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Festival, program, Men of one master, powwowing, folk healing, braucha, folk medicine, powwow books, hexing, hexerei, charms, Baer's Agricultural Almanac, zodiac, moon signs, agriculture, Berks County, history, reminiscences, Dumb Quarter, humor, Receipt for Wartime Ponhoss, biblical numerology, War Abracadabra, Dutch, Irish




American Art and Architecture | American Material Culture | American Studies | Christian Denominations and Sects | Cultural History | Ethnic Studies | Fiber, Textile, and Weaving Arts | Folklore | Genealogy | German Language and Literature | Historic Preservation and Conservation | History of Religion | Linguistics | Social and Cultural Anthropology



Dr. Don Yoder

Editor Emeritus: Dr. Alfred L. Shoemaker


Antiques: Dr. Earl F. Robacker

Cookery: Edna Eby Heller

Crafts: Olive G. Zehner

Design: LeRoy Gensler

Music: Dr. J. William Frey

Rights Statement

This publication is in copyright: It may be used for educational purposes only.

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 15, No. 4



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