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• European Religious and Spatial Origins of the Pennsylvania Plain Dutch
• Story of a Stove
• Journal of Rev. Johann Heinrich Helfferich
• Die Auswannerer: The Emigrants
• Abstract of Diary of Warren G. Bean, 1899
• Cumberland County Deathlore
• Aldes un Neies
Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, Anabaptism, Plain Dutch sects, militant spiritualistic movements, Brethren, Mennonites, Amish, Dunkards, Schwenkfelders, heating stoves, Johann Heinrich Helfferich, diary, Die Auswannerer, poetry, emigrants, Warren G. Bean, Skippack, Cumberland County, burial customs, death customs, death lore, omens, funeral customs
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Hopple, C. Lee; Gamon, Albert T.; Helfferich, William U.; Schandein, Ludwig; Moyer, Willoughby W.; and Barrick, Mac E., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 28, No. 4" (1979). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 84.
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