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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 10, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Samuel P. Bayard, Don Yoder, Ralph S. Funk, Phil R. Jack, Russell S. Baver, Walter E. Boyer Oct 1959

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 10, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Samuel P. Bayard, Don Yoder, Ralph S. Funk, Phil R. Jack, Russell S. Baver, Walter E. Boyer

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Cutting-Up for Fancy
• English-Language Folk Culture in Pennsylvania
• The Bench Versus the Catechism: Revivalism and Pennsylvania's Lutheran and Reformed Churches
• Collecting and Indexing Dialect Poetry
• Folk Amusements in Western Pennsylvania
• Of Plows and Ploughing
• The New Year Wish of the Pennsylvania Dutch Broadside


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 10, No. 1, Frances Lichten, Victor C. Dieffenbach, Walter E. Boyer, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, John A. Hostetler, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Jeremiah W. Andreas, Jacob G. Shively, John Butz Bowman, Elsie Smith, Florence Baver Apr 1959

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 10, No. 1, Frances Lichten, Victor C. Dieffenbach, Walter E. Boyer, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, John A. Hostetler, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Jeremiah W. Andreas, Jacob G. Shively, John Butz Bowman, Elsie Smith, Florence Baver

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• "Tramp Work": Penknife Plus Cigar Boxes
• Tramps of My Youth
• The German Broadside Songs of Pennsylvania
• The Rise of Interest in Folk Art
• Dutch Treats for Breakfast
• The Amish, Citizens of Heaven and America
• Collectanea
• My Great-Grandmother
• Old Sweitzer's Ghost
• Pastimes of My Youth
• Battalion Day
• Seven Days Make One Week


A History Of Murray To 1905, Clinton R. Ahlberg Jan 1959

A History Of Murray To 1905, Clinton R. Ahlberg

Theses and Dissertations

The valley and region in which Murray is located was well known to the trappers and exploreres before the Mormon Pioneers entered the area. The Escalante expedition visited the general area as early as September of 1776, and left a description of Utah Valley and its inhabitants. While in the Utah Valley, the Indians gave the Spaniards information about the valley to the north and the lake there.

Come fifty years later, the region became well known to the fur trappers of the great fur companies. Peter Skene Ogden, Jedediah Smith, and Provost with their companies of men traversed the ...