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Fabian, Monroe H.; Parsons, William T.; Ulle, Robert F.; Arndt, Karl J. R.; and Reimensnyder, Barbara, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 27, No. 1" (1977). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 76.
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