→ “Days of the Belsnickel” Lunch Tour Pennsylvania at the Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum Start with a video, then take a guided tour through the village, decked out Pennsylvania ...
→ A Look Back in History: Colonial Trade with the Port of Philadelphia - Berks-Mont News
While I was at the 2014 Kutztown Folk Festival I came across these weather worn signs. I decided to photograph them as a way to save the information for myself ...
The German and Swiss immigrants who settled here in the 18th century brought with them a tradition of lively and exuberant dancing. Although seldom noted or written about, in the ...
Folkways Records 1955 - Source: Smithsonian Folkways Joe Raetel 0:40 Reide, Reide, Geili 0:37 Des Bucklich Mennli 1:24 Eiei, Reie, Riddieoo 1:15 In Einem Kiehlen Grunde 1:37 Schpinn, Schpinn 1:40 Siss Net Alli Daag Luschdich Leewe 1:07 Meedli, ...
→ ‘Yes Helen, there is a Belsnickel’.
→ Mountain Folklore: Finding Mountain Mary's grave | Reading Eagle → Or try first link of search results to read the article.
Santa Claus, the pleasant bearded elf dressed in red (in case you thought I was referring to some other Santa Claus), was not predestined to be a worldwide Christmas icon ...
→ A Look Back in History: ‘The Granary of the American Revolution’ in the East Penn Valley - Berks-Mont News
Bread, the staff of life in provincial times, was more than a dietary staple and in many 18th century households of this bygone era, it was the main course, together ...
Days of the week also used to have alternate names associated with domestic chores - Muundaag, for instance was Weschdaag (Wash-day), Dinschdaag, or Tuesday, was Biggeldaag (Ironing-day) and Sunndaag was ...
→ Pennsylvania Folkways: Artist of the Allemaengel captured Pennsylvania Dutch life | Reading Eagle
→ A Look Back in History: Early Americana weathervane was one of a kind Antique barn toppers were thought to be good luck by Pennsylvania Dutch farmers and commanded top prices ...
Landis Valley Museum “Days of the Belsnickel” Lunch Tour
A Look Back in History: Colonial Trade with the Port of Philadelphia
PHOTOS | Pennsylvania Dutch Folkways & Traditions
The Historian: Pennsylvania Dutch Dance – ‘Tavern Frolics’
Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Songs sung by George Britton
‘Yes Helen, there is a Belsnickel’
Mountain Folklore: Finding Mountain Mary’s grave
Meet Belsnickel, the Counter Claus
A Look Back in History: ‘The Granary of the American Revolution’ in the East Penn
A Look Back in History: When wheat was king in the Oley Valley
The Pennsylvania Dutch calendar once held a prominent place in the home
Pennsylvania Folkways: Artist of the Allemaengel captured Pennsylvania Dutch life
Early Pennsylvania Dutch Indian weathervane was one of a kind