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The Loving Of The Game: A Study Of Basketry In The Mammoth Cave Area, Denis O. Kiely Dec 1983

The Loving Of The Game: A Study Of Basketry In The Mammoth Cave Area, Denis O. Kiely

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The production and marketing of baskets in the Mammoth Cave area of Kentucky from 1880 to the present is observed in light of the cultural, technical, aesthetic, ad traditional aspects involved. The process of making a white oak ribbed basket is documented, as well as the technical and aesthetic variables from which the basket maker renders his product. The changing role of social organization and communication in the production and marketing of a traditional craft objects is also considered.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 33, No. 1, Clement Valletta, Yvonne J. Milspaw, Sara L. Matthews, Allen G. Noble, Jean M. Danis Oct 1983

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 33, No. 1, Clement Valletta, Yvonne J. Milspaw, Sara L. Matthews, Allen G. Noble, Jean M. Danis

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Ritual and Folklore in Pennsylvania's Wyoming Region: Old to New World Wonder
• Ordinary Architecture of the Pennsylvania Germans: The Turnpike Houses
• "Set thy House in Order": Inheritance Patterns of the Colonial Pennsylvania Germans
• The Literature on Fences, Walls and Hedges as Cultural Landscape Features
• Aldes un Neies


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 32, No. 4, John F. Harnish Jr., Gladys Sweigard, Richard Shaner, John L. Lakatosh, Karen Lemonnier, Herman A. Danenhower, Dave Ehrig, Thelia Jean Eaby, James Petrucelli, Larry L. Rahn, William Dean Wright, Ronald Kunkel, Cindy Kunkel, Robert Nettleton, Cheryl Nettleton, Jane Ann Stinsmen Jul 1983

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 32, No. 4, John F. Harnish Jr., Gladys Sweigard, Richard Shaner, John L. Lakatosh, Karen Lemonnier, Herman A. Danenhower, Dave Ehrig, Thelia Jean Eaby, James Petrucelli, Larry L. Rahn, William Dean Wright, Ronald Kunkel, Cindy Kunkel, Robert Nettleton, Cheryl Nettleton, Jane Ann Stinsmen

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Frakturs
• Apple Head Dolls are Unique
• Tableware and Dutch Folklore
• The Pipemaker
• Wheat Weaving
• Beekeeping: Past and Present
• The Pennsylvania Longrifle
• Festival Focus
• Folk Festival Programs
• Quilts
• The Country Butcher
• Stained Glass
• Metal Casting in Sand
• Is This Pure Leather?
• The Horse and Carriage
• Marquetry, Parquetry and Intarsia
• Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking


Felt: Its History And Potential As A Contemporary Art Medium, Mary Ruth Shields Apr 1983

Felt: Its History And Potential As A Contemporary Art Medium, Mary Ruth Shields

Theses, Dissertations & Honors Papers

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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 32, No. 3, Robert F. Ensminger, William T. Parsons, John R. Costello, Mary Lou Robson Fleming, Karl J. R. Arndt, Jack Boyd Apr 1983

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 32, No. 3, Robert F. Ensminger, William T. Parsons, John R. Costello, Mary Lou Robson Fleming, Karl J. R. Arndt, Jack Boyd

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• A Comparative Study of Pennsylvania and Wisconsin Forebay Barns
• The South Moravian Choral Group's 1982 United States Tour
• Pennsylvania German Brauche "to Charm" and Hebrew Berakhah "Benediction": A New Etymology
• Jacob Schnee: Preacher, Publisher, Printer and Utopian Community Pioneer
• A Tour of America's Most Successful Utopia: Harmonie, Pennsylvania 1803-1815
• Among the Pennsylvania Dutch


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 32, No. 2, Peter C. Merrill, Theodore Graham Corbett, Cynthia Arps Corbett, Robert C. Williamson, Lee C. Hopple Jan 1983

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 32, No. 2, Peter C. Merrill, Theodore Graham Corbett, Cynthia Arps Corbett, Robert C. Williamson, Lee C. Hopple

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Pennsylvania German Folk Crafts: The Living Tradition
• Europeans on the Frontier: Scotch-Irish Burial Stones in Pennsylvania
• The Survival of Pennsylvania German: A Survey of Berks and Lehigh Counties
• Germanic European Origins and Geographical History of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Schwenkfelders
• Aldes un Neies


Tillamook Indian Basketry : Continuity And Change As Seen In The Adams Collection, Ailsa Elizabeth Crawford Jan 1983

Tillamook Indian Basketry : Continuity And Change As Seen In The Adams Collection, Ailsa Elizabeth Crawford

Dissertations and Theses

In the Adams Collection at the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum, Tillamook, Oregon, there are 29 baskets that were probably made between 1880 and 1940. They are mostly of raffia, are somewhat faded from their original, bright, commercial colors, and are generally quite small. Despite the fact that these baskets are well-documented and were made by Tillamook women, they are the sort that have been overlooked by anthropologists and by collectors because of their non-"traditional" appearance. In order to determine what relationship these baskets have to Tillamook basketry made earlier, I analyzed them and 39 Tillamook baskets from four other ...