This book is a treasury of folk poetry and prose from the Pennsylvania German community in the 19th century. Compiled and translated by Daniel Miller, a scholar of German language and culture, the book offers a fascinating glimpse into the rich artistic traditions of this distinctive ethnic group. From love songs and ballads to humorous sketches and religious meditations, the works in this collection capture the vitality and spirit of Pennsylvania German life.
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