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Beliefs and Superstitions of the Pennsylvania Germans

Beliefs and Superstitions of the Pennsylvania Germans

Edwin Miller Fogel

  • 1800


More than 2,000 beliefs and superstitions are included in both the Pennsylvania German language and the English translation. They are arranged here according to subjects such as childhood, marriage, omens, dogs and cats, moving, servants, milk and butter, trees, snakes, weather, moon, special days and seasons, horseshoes, freckles, warts, convulsions, and more. (242pp. hardcover. Center for Pennsylvania German Studies, 1995.)