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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, Folk Festival Supplement, John E. Stinsmen, Louise Hyde, Cyrus Hyde, Richard C. Gougler, Martha S. Best, Richard Shaner, Lester Breininger, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker Jul 1973

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, Folk Festival Supplement, John E. Stinsmen, Louise Hyde, Cyrus Hyde, Richard C. Gougler, Martha S. Best, Richard Shaner, Lester Breininger, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Sounds of the Folk Festival: A Visitor's Walking Tour
• Herbs at Kutztown
• Amish Weddings
• Food Varieties at the Festival
• Festival Highlights
• Folk Festival Program
• Taverns and Tavern Lore of Dutchland
• The Lure of Tinsmithing
• Folk Whittling in Pennsylvania
• The Dance in Pennsylvania - Current Status: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 30


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 3, Burt Feintuch, Susan J. Ellis, Waln K. Brown, Louis Winkler, Friedrich Krebs Apr 1973

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 3, Burt Feintuch, Susan J. Ellis, Waln K. Brown, Louis Winkler, Friedrich Krebs

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Frank Boccardo: Toward an Ethnography of a Chairmaker
• Traditional Food on the Commercial Market: The History of Pennsylvania Scrapple
• The Pennsylvania Dutch Carriage Trade
• Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology V: Religion and Astronomy
• American Emigration from Baden-Durlach in the Years 1749-1751
• The House - External and Internal Orientation: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 28
• Pennsylvania Emigrants from Friedrichstal


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 2, Monroe H. Fabian, Martha S. Best, Karen M. Spitulnik, Louis Winkler, Friedrich Krebs Jan 1973

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 2, Monroe H. Fabian, Martha S. Best, Karen M. Spitulnik, Louis Winkler, Friedrich Krebs

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Easton Bible Artist Identified
• Christmas Customs in the Lehigh Valley
• The Inn Crowd: The American Inn, 1730-1830
• Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology IV: Tombstones
• Emigrants of the 18th Century from the Northern Palatinate
• Butchering on the Pennsylvania Farm: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 27


Experiments In Cultural Food Patterns And Customs, Emma Gail White Jan 1973

Experiments In Cultural Food Patterns And Customs, Emma Gail White

Honors Theses

The circumstances under which one eats are largely determined by the culture. Food habits may have existed for centuries, and such a heritage may account for great conser- vatism in accepting change. These patterns reflect the social organization of the people. including their economy, religion, beliefs about the health properties of certain foods. and attitudes toward various members of the family. The emotional reactions to the consumption of certain foods may be so deeply rooted that effecting acceptance of them is almost impossible. Cultural food patterns exist particularly with- in oountrieso Perhaps nowhere in the world can one find so ...