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Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, Annie F. Hobart, Harvey Kemp, Landis Store, reminiscences, Manheim, Lancaster County, diaries, Manheim Sentinel, Benjamin Hostetter Hershey, Harriet A. Arndt, Philadelphia Italian Market, children's literature, German language books, early American printers, Chester County, Grange picnic, Harvest Home picnic, Valley Forge, Peter Muhlenberg, John Moore, Moore House, architecture, Moore Family, poems, poetry
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Yost, Ivy Kemp; Kendig, John D.; Munro, William; Heaney, Howell J.; Craigie, Carter W.; and Twiss, Beth Ann, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 29, No. 2" (1980). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 87.
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