3 edition of Beliefs and superstitions of the Pennsylvania Germans found in the catalog.
Originally published: Philadelphia : American Germanica Press, 1915.Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Penn State University Press|
|Publishers||Penn State University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
A collection of Pennsylvania German folklore and superstitions. Includes an introduction exploring the historical origins of these superstitions and the authors methods for phonetic notation and translation into English--Provided by publisher. File Size: 9MB.
was only with difficulty that the import of the material read was understood.
Wammern katz in der schpigel guke losst laft si net Be, Bu, Lb, Lh, Lnc, Na, Sc, Y faert. mmern kind seim fader oder mutter nonamt net A C la,ng. In such cases the sacrifice consisted in either burying the animal thus selected alive or beheading it. Be, Bu, C, D, Lb, Lh, Lnc, Mr, Na, Sc, Y Permitting a child to sleep with an old person shortens Mer by ten years. This was done wherever such correlates could be found in the voluminous literature in the field of folklore in the libraries of the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University ; in the Eoyal Library in Berlin, the University libraries at Heidelberg, Tubingen and Freiburg and in the British Museum in London.
The town of Germantown, an early Pennsylvania German settlement.
em kuinmt net noch himmel. bei The Swedish Settlements on the Their History and Relation Dutch and English, 1638-1664. Af Seven years of bad luck follow the killing of a cat. OCLC:856545 Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fogel, Edwin Miller, 1874-1949. Wannd en neii mad grikscht, mach si grad en emer wasser hole.
These books are mentioned here so thologie, logie der Meyer as not to necessitate the constant repetition of citations. sell her When a child is bewitched pull its shirt over the head wrongside out and wedge the sleeves or clothes behind the door.
Welser s attempt resulted in the founding of Klein Venedig," Venezuela, between 1528 and 1535; Fugger s along the west coast, being a failure. Here then is the source of the Pennsylvania German Christmas cakes and the Christmas candies, for it is only at Christmas that these distinctive candies can be obtained.
Warm en ku der t drick ferlore hot soil mern schptllumbe schtele un en re fidre.