More Than Buggies & Hex Signs: Who Were The Schwenkfelders?

 

Visitors coming to Pennsylvania from outside the state often associate Pennsylvania Dutch culture with the Amish of Lancaster County, sometimes even assuming that the group is representative of all Pennsylvania Germans. The truth is, however, that the Pennsylvania German culture is large and diverse, and there is a lot more to it than buggies and hex signs. Enter the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center in Pennsburg, Montgomery County…

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