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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 32, No. 1, K. Edward Lay, Ned D. Heindel, Natalie I. Foster Oct 1982

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 32, No. 1, K. Edward Lay, Ned D. Heindel, Natalie I. Foster

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• European Antecedents of Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Germanic and Scots-Irish Architecture in America
• Medicine, Music and "Money" Munyon
• Ebbes Neies


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Kathryn E. Johnson, Ray Snyder, Ann Snyder, Clovis Bolen, Ramona Bolen, Donald Thompson, Louise Thompson, Brenda Hanna, Gail M. Hartmann, Richard Shaner, Lysbeth W. Clark, Theodore W. Jentsch, Peter Paulsen, Richard C. Bond Jul 1982

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Kathryn E. Johnson, Ray Snyder, Ann Snyder, Clovis Bolen, Ramona Bolen, Donald Thompson, Louise Thompson, Brenda Hanna, Gail M. Hartmann, Richard Shaner, Lysbeth W. Clark, Theodore W. Jentsch, Peter Paulsen, Richard C. Bond

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Of Baskets and Basket Makers
• Egg Decorating at the Kutztown Folk Festival
• Spatterware
• Scrimshaw
• Folk Musical Instruments at the Kutztown Folk Festival
• Puppets: Fun at the Festival
• Festival Focus
• Folk Festival Programs
• Festival Focus on Quilts
• The Kutztown Folk Festival's Calico Seamstresses
• Summer Drinks of the Pennsylvania Dutch
• The Folk Festival's Lace Maker
• The Country Cemetery: Connection Between Past and Present
• Coopering
• The Dialect of the Pennsylvania Dutch


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 3, John D. Kendig, Henry J. Kauffman, Nancy K. Gaugler, W. L. Eckerd, William T. Parsons, John B. Frantz, Robert G. Adams, Jane Adams Clarke Apr 1982

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 3, John D. Kendig, Henry J. Kauffman, Nancy K. Gaugler, W. L. Eckerd, William T. Parsons, John B. Frantz, Robert G. Adams, Jane Adams Clarke

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Jamison City
• Domestic Architecture in Lancaster County
• Conversation with Marguerite de Angeli
• Who Put the Turnip on the Grave?
• Pennsylfawnisch Deitsch un Pfalzer: Dialect Comparisons Old and New
• John Philip Boehm: Pioneer Pennsylvania Pastor
• The Search for our German Ancestors
• Aldes un Neies


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 2, R. Raymond Allen, Neil R. Grobman, John D. Kendig, Lee C. Hopple, Karl J. R. Arndt, Candace Heath, William J. Rupp, Timothy C. Rupp Jan 1982

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 2, R. Raymond Allen, Neil R. Grobman, John D. Kendig, Lee C. Hopple, Karl J. R. Arndt, Candace Heath, William J. Rupp, Timothy C. Rupp

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Fiddle Tradition in Central Pennsylvania
• A Polish Wycinanki Artist from Philadelphia
• Winter Holidays in the Dutch Country
• Germanic European Origins and Geographical History of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Amish
• Franklin's Lost Map of Germantown, Massachusetts
• Play Alternatives for the Lone Child: Commercialization and Innovation
• A Weisenberg Reminiscence


Archaeological Investigations Of Areas Slated For Expansion At Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas, Eric C. Gibson, Courtenay J. Jones, Dennis A. Knepper Jan 1982

Archaeological Investigations Of Areas Slated For Expansion At Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas, Eric C. Gibson, Courtenay J. Jones, Dennis A. Knepper

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

During April 1982, archaeologists from the Center for Archaeological Research at The University of Texas at San Antonio conducted a cultural resource survey and evaluation of 31.68 acres slated as an expansion area for the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas. This was accomplished through two research methods: (1) a literature and archival search supplemented by interviews of knowledgeable persons; followed by (2) a planned subsurface archaeological testing program. One badly disturbed prehistoric site (41 BX 346) of unknown function and unknown chronological association was discovered as a result of these activities. Because the site is ...


Archaeological Investigations Of Areas Slated For Expansion At Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas, Eric C. Gibson, Courtenay J. Jones, Dennis A. Knepper Jan 1982

Archaeological Investigations Of Areas Slated For Expansion At Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas, Eric C. Gibson, Courtenay J. Jones, Dennis A. Knepper

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

During April 1982, archaeologists from the Center for Archaeological Research I at The University of Texas at San Antonio conducted a cultural resource survey and evaluation of 31.68 acres slated as an expansion area for the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas. This was accomplished through two research methods: (1) a literature and archival search supplemented by interviews of knowledgeable persons; followed by (2) a planned subsurface archaeological testing program. One badly disturbed prehistoric site (41 BX 346) of unknown function and unknown chronological association was discovered as a result of these activities. Because the site ...


A Cultural Resources Survey For Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc., In Uvalde, Medina, And Frio Counties, Texas, Augustine Frkuska, Jr., Elizabeth G. Frkuska Jan 1982

A Cultural Resources Survey For Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc., In Uvalde, Medina, And Frio Counties, Texas, Augustine Frkuska, Jr., Elizabeth G. Frkuska

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

The Center for Archaeological Research (CAR), The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), under contract with Alexander Utility Engineering, Inc., (letter dated May 5, 1980), conducted an archaeological survey for the Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc. Although the CAR was contracted in May 1980, at the request of Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc., the actual survey was not carried out until February 25-March 1, 1981. The survey, which was conducted in three neighboring south Texas counties (Fig. 1), was concentrated along proposed electrical distribution lines at D1Hanis in Medina County, north of Uvalde in Uvalde County, and southwest of Pearsall in ...


Excavations At 41lk67 A Prehistoric Site In The Choke Canyon Reservior, South Texas, Kenneth M. Brown, Daniel R. Potter, Grant D. Hall, Stephen L. Black Jan 1982

Excavations At 41lk67 A Prehistoric Site In The Choke Canyon Reservior, South Texas, Kenneth M. Brown, Daniel R. Potter, Grant D. Hall, Stephen L. Black

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

In 1977-1978 excavations were conducted at 41 LK 67 in Live Oak County, south Texas, by the Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio. The investigation of this prehistoric archaeological site was part of an extensive program of reconnaissance and excavation necessitated by the construction of the Choke Canyon Reservoir on the Frio River by the Bureau of Reclamation.

The site is situated in shallow colluvial deposits capping an old terrace remnant of the Frio River. The excavations involved 193 m2 in three separate areas and revealed Late Prehistoric and Late Archaic components. Recognizably older artifacts ...


Excavations At Sites 41lk31/32 And 41lk202 In The Choke Canyon Reservoir, South Texas, Robert F. Scott Iv, Daniel E. Fox Jan 1982

Excavations At Sites 41lk31/32 And 41lk202 In The Choke Canyon Reservoir, South Texas, Robert F. Scott Iv, Daniel E. Fox

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

Site 41 LK 31/32 is located in Live Oak County, southern Texas on a wide horseshoe bend of the Frio River, approximately 16 km west of the Frio's confluence with the Nueces River. Construction of the Choke Canyon Reservoir by the Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) had necessitated an excavation program at the site prior to destruction. Investigations conducted by the Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, were carried out in two stages, culminating in a major excavation during the summer of 1978. An indication of the depth and significance of cultural deposits at ...


Eagle Hill: A Late Quaternary Upland Site In Western Lousiana, Joel Gunn, David O. Brown Jan 1982

Eagle Hill: A Late Quaternary Upland Site In Western Lousiana, Joel Gunn, David O. Brown

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

The Eagle Hill II site (16SA50) is located in a rolling upland area of western Louisiana known as Peason Ridge. Because of its location in a saddle, the locale accumulated colluvial sediments during certain intervals of the late Quaternary; in addition, it served as a habitation area for prehistoric groups. Sediments were preserved from the early and late Holocene, apparently reflecting the relatively cooler and moister conditions of those periods that were conducive to erosion-preventing vegetation. The site was excavated in a manner to provide both vertical and horizontal information on site occupation at relatively high resolution. A sampling design ...