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Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine


Pennsylvania Folklife Spring 1967, Vol. 16 No. 3
  • Reminiscences of a Boyhood in Reading, 1883-1890 by Lewis Edgar Riegel
  • Preserving York's Architectural Heritage by Nancy J. McFall
  • Jordan Museum of the Twenty by Ruth M. House
  • Pennsylvania Broadsides: II by Don Yoder
  • Memoirs of a Lutheran Minister, 1850-1881 by Jacob Bishop Crist
  • Notes and Documents edited by Don Yoder. Nicknames from a Mennonite Family.
  • The Crafts at Newport
  • Anglicizing the Pennsylvania Dutch, 1966 and 1875 by Susan R. Severs and Abraham R. Horne

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Pennsylvania Folklife Autumn 1974, Vol. 24 No. 1
  • Some Early Moravian Builders in America by Albert F. Jordan
  • Old Order Mennonite Family Life in the East Penn Valley by Theodore W. Jentsch
  • Historic Yellow Springs: The Restoration of an American Spa by Carol Shiels Roark
  • The Use of Speech at Two Auctions by Suzanne Cox
  • Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology IX: Johann Friederich Schmidt by Louis Winkler

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Pennsylvania Folklife Winter 1980/81, Vol. 30 No. 2
  • A Search for the Origin of the Pennsylvania German Barn by Robert F. Ensminger
  • A Forebay Bank Barn in Texas by Terry G. Jordan
  • The Swiss Bank House Revisited: Messerschmidt-Dietz Cabin by Bryan J. Stevens
  • Paul R. Wieand, Lehigh County Folk Artist by William B. Fetterman
  • Aldes un Neies/Old and New

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Pennsylvania Folklife Spring 1981, Vol. 30 No. 3
  • The Good Life on Grandfather's Farm by Charles A. Stevenson
  • The Folklore of Local History by Mac E. Barrack
  • Pennsylvania-Palatinate Informal Folk Cultural Exchanges by William K. Munro & William T. Parsons
  • Maria Assunta: Berwick's Italian Religious Festival by Donald E. Byrnes, Jr.

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Pennsylvania Folklife Winter 1982-83, Vol. 32 No. 2
This issue contains:
  • Pennsylvania German Folk Crafts: The Living Tradition by Peter C. Merrill
  • Europeans and the Frontier: Scotch-Irish Burial Stones in Pennsylvania by Theodore Graham Corbett and Cynthia Arps Corbetts
  • The Survival of Pennsylvania Germans: A Survey of Berks and Lehigh Counties by Robert C. Williamson
  • Germanic European Origins and Geographical History of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Schwenkfelders by Lee C. Hopple.

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Pennsylvania Folklife Spring 1985, Vol. 34 No. 3
This issue contains:
  • Johann Adam Eyer: "Lost" Fraktur Writer of Hamilton Square by Earl F. Robacker
  • Aunt Lydia by Henry J. Kauffman
  • The Image of the Jew in South-Central Pennsylvania by Mac E. Barrick
  • Gertude Rapp: Harmony Society Abbess by Hilda Adam Kring
  • Adles un Neies

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Pennsylvania Folklife Autumn 1985, Vol. 35 No. 1
This issue contains:
  • Grandmother's Flower Garden: The Quilts of Sadie Ida Christian Laycock by Mary Laycock Selders and Yvonne J. Milspaw
  • Our Good Old One-Room School Days by Priscilla Stevenson Lockard
  • A Parade From the Past by Guy Graybill
  • The Philip Arndts of Manheim (1797-1888) by John D. Kendig
  • Pennsylvania German Cookery by Elda F. Gehris

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Pennsylvania Folklife Autumn 1987, Vol. 37 No. 1
This issue contains:
  • Franklin in Fact and Fiction: The Double Perspective of Leland Baldwin by Edward W. Chester
  • Jost Hite: From the Neckar to the Shenandoah by Nancy K. Gaugler & Ralph Connor
  • The Migration and Settlement of Pennsylvania Germans in Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina and Their Effects to the Landscape by Roger W. Fromm
  • Bethesda Evangelical Church in Farmers Mills: Fact and Folklore by Hans F. Sennholz
  • The Tourist Bureau Shuns Me! by Guy Graybill

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Pennsylvania Folklife Spring 1989, Vol. 38 No. 3
This issue contains:
  • The Wayside Inn - Amos W. Long, Jr.
  • A Draft Board in World War I by Robert P. Stevenson
  • The Compass Inn: A Stagecoach Era Legacy by Dale E. Skoff
  • The Pennsylvania German Dialect Playwriting Contest of 1941, 1942, 1983 and 1986 by William Fetterman

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Pennsylvania Folklife Autumn 1990, Vol. 40 No. 1
This issue contains:
  • Square Notching in the Log Carpentry Tradition of Pennsylvania Extended by Terry G. Jordan and Jon T. Kilpinen
  • Letters from Home to a Wandering Farm Boy by Robert P. Stevenson
  • Parre Schtories by Richard E. Wentz
  • Handcrafts in Lancaster County by Henry J. Kauffman
  • Johann Conrad Diffenbach of Tulpehocken by Ray J. Diffenbach and George L. Irgang

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Pennsylvania Folklife Autumn 1991, Vol. 41 No. 1
  • Jacob Maentel: A Second Look by Mary Lou Fleming and Marianne Ruch
  • The Five-Plate Stove Revisited by Steve Friesen
  • The Life and Death of an Appalachian Farm by Robert P. Stevenson
  • Henry Harbaugh, Quintessential "Dutchman" by Richard E. Wentz
  • In Memoriam: William T. Parsons, 1923-1991
     

Pennsylvania Folklife Spring 1997, Vol. 46 No. 3
This issue contains:
  • Two Worlds in the Dutch Country by Don Yoder
  • Belsnickel Lore by Alfred L. Shoemaker
  • Carpet-Rag Parties by Paul R. Wieand
  • Quilting Traditions in the Dutch Country by Earl F. and Ada Robacker
  • Lititz by Herbert H. Beck
  • Lititz Specialties by Edna Eby Heller
  • Amish Funerals by Vincent R. Tortova
  • Pennsylvania Redware by Earl F. Robacker
  • Scratched-Carved Easter Eggs by Alfred L. Shoemaker
  • Fractur from the Hostetter Collection by Frances Lichten

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