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• A Letter from California: John A. Markle in the Gold Rush
• Spatial Organization of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Plain Dutch Group Culture Region to 1975
• Folk Toys
• Farming in the Depression Years
• Aldes un Neies
Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, John A. Markle, correspondence, California Gold Rush, Westmoreland County, travel accounts, Plain Dutch, Protestant religion, community, group, sect, congregation, region, district, culture zone, settlements, folk toys, play, puzzles, riddle toys, farming, Depression years, prices, agriculture, income, Pennsylvania German Studies Program of Ursinus College, Wolfgang Kruck, folk dance
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Blackson, Robert Markle; Hopple, C. Lee; Barrick, Mac E.; and Fisher, Gideon L., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 29, No. 1" (1979). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 86.
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