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• Wills and Inventories of the First Purchasers of the Welsh Tract
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Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, Lower Merion, Welsh Tract, wills, inventories, Quakers, Tulpehocken, possessions, taverns, inns, public houses, wagon taverns, National Road, architecture, emigration, emigrants, genealogy, Lambsheim, furniture
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Edwards, Jane Spencer; Kessler, Carol; Michael, Ronald L.; and Rembe, Heinrich, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 23, No. 2" (1974). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 57.
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