The notion that Pennsylvania Dutch could go fallow is absurd to the Amish, who have been doubling their population every few decades.
“It’s actually considered the fastest-growing small-minority language in the United States,” said Patrick Donmoyer, director of Kutztown University’s Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center in Berks County.
But outside “plain” communities in the state and beyond, Pennsylvania Dutch is becoming rarer.
Yes! Kick Santa to the curb and turn Belsknickel loose upon the land. For more 'Ask A PA Dutchman' episodes and Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch language videos check out Doulgas Madenford's YouTube channel.
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In this issue of Glencairn Museum News we explore our current exhibition (open through October 29, 2017), which features artifacts, documents and photographs illustrating a wide range of expression within ...
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You can't come to God's Country and turn your nose up at Cow Flowers! I personally love the smell of fresh manure as long as it is one part of an ...
The 200-year-old practice has been a mystery for many in Pennsylvania. → Unraveling the hidden meaning of hex signs | WGAL If you'd like to see a more in depth discussion about ...
Bring back coffee flavored coffee! You can find more Ask A PA Dutchman episodes and Pennsylfaanisch Deitsch language videos on Douglas Madenford's YouTube channel.
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He makes a great point about the modern state of Germany not existing when the immigrants who were to become the founders of the Pennsylvania Dutch Culture came to this ...
VIDEO | Ask A PA Dutchman: The Belsnickel
Pennsylvania folkways: Prolific white cucumber makes a comeback
Pennsylvania Folkways: The Dutch country scarecrow
“Powwowing in Pennsylvania: Healing Rituals of the Dutch Country”
Celebrate Pennsylvania Dutch impact across country at the Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum
Old tradition of powwow quietly survives in Berks County
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VIDEO | Unraveling the hidden meaning of hex signs
VIDEO | Ask A PA Dutchman: Fancy Coffee
Patrick Donmoyer to speak in Ephrata on Pennsylvania Dutch folk medicine
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