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Pow wowing, folk cures, bleeding, backwards, Bible, headache, rheumatism, toothache, cows
A typed term paper entitled, "Pow-Wow", completed at Franklin and Marshall College by John D. Trout III, dating from circa 1950. Within, Trout details a variety of pow-wow cures he learned during his fieldwork in Lancaster, Berks and Chester County, Pennsylvania, ranging from cures for toothache to a method to relieve bloated cows.
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Trout, John D. III, "Folklore Term Paper: Pow-wow" (1950). Alfred L. Shoemaker Folk Cultural Documents. 137.
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