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• The Dialect Church Service in the Pennsylvania German Culture
• Witchcraft Belief in a Pennsylvania German Family
• German Settlement of Northern Chester County in the 18th Century
• Medical Practice in Philadelphia at the Time of the Yellow Fever Epidemic, 1793
• Folkloric Aspects of the Common Law in Western Pennsylvania, 1790-1799
• Runaway Advertisements: A Source for the Study of Working-Class Costume
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Yoder, Don; Milspaw, Yvonne J.; Matthews, Sara L.; Workman, Mark; Boeck, George A.; and Early, Jo Ann, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 27, No. 4" (1978). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 79.
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