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• Dry Houses
• Harvest Home
• Golden Fields in the Golden Years
• Illuminators, Scribes and Printers
• John Drissel and His Boxes
• Tick-Tock Time in Old Pennsylvania
• About the Authors
• Present Day Food Habits of the Pennsylvania Dutch
• The Attitude of the Early Reformed Church Fathers Toward Worldly Amusements
Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore Center, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, dry house, Harvest Home, harvest festivals, church decoration, Thanksgiving, farming, harvesting, Free Library of Philadelphia, imprints, Borneman Collection, fraktur, Levi E. Yoder, Wilbur H. Oda, L.B. Kuhn, boxes, John Drissel, clocks, food, cooking, German Reformed Church, attitudes, drinking, dancing, circuses, fairs, theater, humbug, gaming, gambling
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Shoemaker, Alfred L.; Yoder, Don; Baver, Russell S.; Shaffer, Ellen; Cummings, John; Cummings, Martha S.; Robacker, Earl F.; Wilson, Marian Ludwig; and Rapp, David H., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 9, No. 4" (1958). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 4.
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