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Landis Valley Museum: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide - Elizabeth Johnson

Landis Valley Museum: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide

Elizabeth Johnson

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Landis Valley Museum, a complex of more than twenty-five buildings in Lancaster, Pa., founded in the 1920s by brothers Henry K. and George D. Landis, preserves Pa. Dutch rural life from the mid-eighteenth century to the early-twentieth century. The guidebook surveys Pa. Dutch culture, profiles the brothers who amassed more than 75,000 objects relating to Dutch heritage, and concludes with a tour of the buildings and grounds. Illustrated with full-color as well as black and white photos. (48pp. illus. Stackpole Books., 2002.)


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