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• The Moravian Settlements of Pennsylvania in 1757: The Nicholas Garrison Views
• The San Rocco Festival at Aliquippa, Pennsylvania: A Transplanted Tradition
• Amish Genealogy: A Progress Report
• Pulpit Humor in Central Pennsylvania
• The Pre-Metric Foot and its Use in Pennsylvania German Architecture
• Mennonite Contacts Across the Atlantic: The Van der Smissen Letter of 1838
• Bread, Baking, and the Bakeoven: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 13

Publication Date

Fall 1969


Lancaster, Pennsylvania


Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.


Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, Bethlehem, Moravians, drawings, Nicholas Garrison Jr., architecture, Aliquippa, San Rocco Festival, Italian-Americans, immigrants, outdoor processions, Amish, genealogy, bibliography, humor, anecdotes, preachers, preaching, sermons, Montgomery County, Upper Frederick, Lower Frederick, New Hanover, Limerick, Goschenhoppen, measurement, emigration, Carl Justus van der Smissen, correspondence, Mennonites, Canada, bread, baking, bakeovens




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


EDITOR: Dr. Don Yoder

EDITORIAL COMMITTEE: Dr. Mac E. Barrick, LeRoy Gensler, Dr. Henry Glassie, Dr. John A. Hostetler, David J. Hufford, Dr. Phil Jack, Dr. Hilda A. Kring, Dr. Maurice A. Mook, Dr. Earl F. Robacker, Dr. Alta Schrock

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

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 19, No. 1



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