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Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, women, Schwenkfelder, family life, immigrants, indentured servants, labor, indentures, Kutztown Folk Festival, taufschein, baptismal certificates, genealogy, fraktur, Pennsylvania Folklife Society Collection, Ursinus College
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Kriebel, Martha B.; Parsons, William T.; Parsons, Phyllis Vibbard; Sommer, Antje; and Fryer, Judith E., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 28, No. 1" (1978). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 81.
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