As the title suggests, this is a comprehensive study of Pennsylvania German history, geography, culture, society, the arts and anything else that relates to the unique people — plain and fancier — who live in or have migrated from central Pennsylvania.
This weighty and attractively illustrated tome contains 19 interpretive essays on various aspects of Pennsylvania German life and culture. Much of its contents will be familiar to anyone who has examined the Pennsylvania Dutch in depth. But here it is all in one volume.
→ The secret healers: Old tradition of powwowquietly survives in some corners of Berks County
→ Pictures: Shooting in the New Year in Kutztown - The Morning Call
→ Taste The Harvest | Visit PA Dutch Country Follow the link for more events at the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center.
→ The 2015 Pennsylvania Dutch Calendar - Der Pennsylvannisch Deitsch Kalenner Subtitled “Where Have All the Outhouses Gone?” (Wu sinn all die Briwwe gange?), this 13-month Pennsylvania Dutch calendar features an old ...
As we draw nearer to the celebration of Easter and the earth awakens from sleep, it is an important time for the people throughout the Dutch Country to hold in ...
→ Head of German center to speak in Ephrata on folk medicine - Reading Eagle This is a free lecture that will be given by Patrick Donmoyer at the Ephrata Public Library ...
→ Pennsylvania folkways: Prolific white cucumber makes a comeback - Reading Eagle Learn about the Landis White Cucumber, an heirloom variety recently unearthed from Dr. Weaver's Roughwood seed collection and now being grown in ...
Pa German Cultural Heritage Center hosts Kutztown author Mara Rockliff and her new book ‘Gingerbread for Liberty’
→ Pa German Cultural Heritage Center hosts Kutztown author Mara Rockliff and her new book ‘Gingerbread for Liberty CLICK TO BUY: Gingerbread for Liberty!: How a German Baker Helped Win the ...
Tractors rule at Old Time Plowboys show in Kutztown - Morning Call The Plowboys Summer Show will be held at The Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center at Kutztown University. And don't forget ...
Old tradition of powwow quietly survives in Berks County
Pictures: Shooting in the New Year in Kutztown
EVENT | Taste The Harvest at the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center
The 2015 Pennsylvania Dutch Calendar (Der Pennsylvannisch Deitsch Kalenner)
Folk artist Peter V. Fritsch was a beloved portrayer of Pennsylvania Dutch culture
Patrick Donmoyer to speak in Ephrata on Pennsylvania Dutch folk medicine
Pennsylvania folkways: Prolific white cucumber makes a comeback
Pa German Cultural Heritage Center hosts Kutztown author Mara Rockliff and her new book ‘Gingerbread
Tractors rule at Old Time Plowboys show in Kutztown