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• Jamison City
• Domestic Architecture in Lancaster County
• Conversation with Marguerite de Angeli
• Who Put the Turnip on the Grave?
• Pennsylfawnisch Deitsch un Pfalzer: Dialect Comparisons Old and New
• John Philip Boehm: Pioneer Pennsylvania Pastor
• The Search for our German Ancestors
• Aldes un Neies
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Kendig, John D.; Kauffman, Henry J.; Gaugler, Nancy K.; Eckerd, W. L.; Parsons, William T.; Frantz, John B.; Adams, Robert G.; and Clarke, Jane Adams, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 3" (1982). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 96.
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