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Lancaster County, sayings, folk beliefs, luck, folk cures, axe, sewing, spit
A typed set of Lancaster County sayings and folk beliefs by an unknown author, dated November 16, 1948. Within, beliefs pertaining to luck and folk cures for various ailments are detailed.
Never allow anyone to sew a garment while you are wearing it. For each stitch taken, an unkind word will be said about you.
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Author, Unknown, "Lancaster County "Sayings"" (1948). Alfred L. Shoemaker Folk Cultural Documents. 131.
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A handwritten saying appears at the bottom of the document.