|Statement||compiled and edited by Elmer L. Smith.|
|LC Classifications||GR110.P4 S63 1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||94123855|
The Folklore: Superstitions: Hexeglaawe; Folk Magic & Myth: Braucherei; Proverbs & Folk Medicine: Schprichwadde _____ Works Cited; Powered by Genesis. Home. Ap by ajw 1 Comment. Almost everyone who has lived in Pennsylvania for any length of time is familiar with the Pennsylvania Dutch to some extent. However, many people know. Known in Pennsylvania Dutch as Brauche or Braucherei, the folk-healing practice of powwowing was thought to draw upon the power of God to heal all manner of physical and spiritual some people believed—and still believe today—that this power to Cited by: 4. Journal of American Folk-Lore pp.  BEFORE describing the customs, folk-medicine, and folk-lore of the Pennsylvania Germans, it will be necessary to present a brief sketch of the people to which they relate, and to explain the origin of the dialect generally, though erroneously, denominated "Pennsylvania Dutch.". The Pennsylvania Dutch (Pennsilfaanisch-Deitsche), also referred to as the Pennsylvania Germans, are a cultural group formed by early German-speaking immigrants to Pennsylvania and their descendants. The word Dutch refers to the German settlers, known endonymically as Deitsch (in the principal dialect they spoke, Palatine German) or Deutsch (in standard German); it does not refer to .
This collection of magazines, published by the Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore Center, represents the transitional period between the newspaper (Pennsylvania Dutchman) based at Franklin and Marshall College and the magazine (Pennsylvania Folklife) based at Ursinus College. The issues contain articles on folk medicine, art and religious practice as well as on topics such as architecture, design. Pennsylvania Dutch Hex Signs Myths and Legends DVD. 10 The Jericho Effect: The True Story of a Professor’s Battle With Doubt and His Quest for Faith-building Evidence. 19 Tracing Your Female Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians. PA Dutch Books. More pa dutch books ›. Hex signs are a form of Pennsylvania Dutch folk art, related to fraktur, found in the Fancy Dutch tradition in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Barn paintings, usually in the form of "stars in circles", began to appear on the landscape in the early 19th century and became widespread decades later when commercial ready-mixed paint became readily available. Known in Pennsylvania Dutch as Brauche or Braucherei, the folk-healing practice of powwowing was thought to draw upon the power of God to heal all manner of physical and spiritual ills. Yet some people believed—and still believe today—that this power to heal came not from God, but from the devil. Controversy over powwowing came to a climax in with the York Hex Murder Trial, in which.
Pennsylvania Dutch folklore. Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" — Manufacturer: Applied Arts. Belsnickel (also Belschnickel, Belznickle, Belznickel, Pelznikel, Pelznickel, from pelzen (or belzen, German for to wallop or to drub) and Nickel being a hypocorism of the given name Nikolaus) is a crotchety, fur-clad Christmas gift-bringer figure in the folklore of the Palatinate region of southwestern Germany along the Rhine, the Saarland, and the Odenwald area of Baden-Württemberg. Genre/Form: Folklore: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Elmer Lewis. Pennsylvania Dutch folklore. Lebanon, Pa.: Applied Arts, © ( printing). Lancaster, PA – Amish Country in Pennsylvania Welcome to Lancaster County, PA (also known as Pennsylvania Dutch Country)! This website is made by locals; we hope it will help you to learn more about our area and to explore the many attractions and things to do for all ages throughout Lancaster and Pennsylvania Dutch Country.