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A typed folklore term paper completed at Franklin and Marshall College and entitled, "Folk Medicine", by Edward J. Matey, dating from circa 1950. Within, Matey details various folk cures and pow-wow practices derived from interviews in Lancaster County.
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Matey, Edward J., "Folklore Term Paper: Folk Medicine" (1950). Alfred L. Shoemaker Folk Cultural Documents. 260.
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