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Craft & Community: Traditional Arts in Contemporary Society
by Shalom D. Staub (ed); Mark S. Singel (fr); M. Mark Stolarik (pf).
Essays: Traditional Craftsmanship in PA: An Ethnographic Perspective; The Wood Family: Generations of Stone Carvers in Delaware County; Robert Moore: Native American Craftsman; Terrence Cameron & Aguedo Beltran: Musical Instrument Makers; Frank Valentich: Croatian Tamburitza Maker; The Allison Park Quiltmakers; Bob Rock: Blacksmith; Hickory Furniture Makers in Southwestern PA; The Ethics of Craftsmanship Among the Lancaster County Amish; Psyanky: Craftsmanship, Ritual Meaning & Ethnic Identity; They Know the Rule for What Will Make It Pretty: Hmong Material Traditions in Translation; The Selling of PA German Folk Art; & Redware Revival & Re-Presentation: A PA Pottery Tradition. Color & b&w photos.
Traditions in Transition: Jewish Culture in Philadelphia, 1840-1940: An Exhibition in the Museum of The Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies
Redemptioner: The Story of a Young Man in the American Revolution
John Neagle: Philadelphia Portrait Painter
Pennsylvania Magazine of History & Biography: Index, Volumes 76-123, 1952-1999
Something Old, Something New: Ethnic Weddings in America: A Traveling Exhib Co-Sponsored by Modern Bride Mag. & the Balch Inst. for Ethnic Studies
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