The Pennsylvania Dutch.


New York, Macmillan, 1950.

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Subjects Pennsylvania Dutch.
Pennsylvaniadeutsche.
Description ix, 451 pages illustrations, map (on lining papers) 22 cm
Copyright Date 1950.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 445-451).
Summary A good general introduction to their religion, history, folk art, and their contribution to American culture.
Contents Religion. The Mennonites -- The Amish -- The Brethren, the Schwenkfelders, and other "plain people" -- The "Church people" -- The Moravians -- A hotbed of religions : Ephrata and other curious religious societies -- The past. The broad Atlantic -- White man, red man -- The French and Indian war -- The eve of the Revolution -- "Johnny Reb" -- By the sweat of their brow. The fat earth -- Forge and mill -- Wagon road, canal, and railroad -- The country and the people. The Dutch country -- A local habitation and a name -- Town and city -- Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief -- Folkways. Dialect -- The three R's -- Powwowing, Hexerei and other Pennsylvania knowledge -- Upcountry Dutch -- High jinks and divers capers -- Holiday -- The arts. Music -- "For fancy" -- Church, house, barn, and garden -- Furniture and other household gear -- Swan song -- Food and more food -- Round the year : a Pennsylvania Dutch calendar.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1044265
(OCoLC)ocm01044265
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WorldCat Identities Klees, Fredric.
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