3 edition of Early kitchens of the Pennsylvania Germans found in the catalog.
Early kitchens of the Pennsylvania Germans
Henry Kinzer Landis
|Statement||by Henry Kinzer Landis...a paper read before the Pennsylvania German society, at Allentown, October 18, 1935.|
|LC Classifications||F146 .P23 vol. 47|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||39012098|
It is now one of the largest organizations for Americans of German descent. But they wear dresses reaching to their shoe-tops, as soon as they are able to walk; a white cap, and white shoulder kerchief and a white apron add their unique touch. As neighborhood women aged, the infirmity that often accompanied age diminished their ability to provide for their neighbors. But we wonder whether his statistics are reliable.
Many phases in their lives are the direct outcome of their interpretation of portions of the Bible--including their hats, bonnets, hooks and eyes, their whiskers, and the cut of their clothing. The Amish, another branch of the Mennonites, are followers of one Jacob Ammann, or Amen, or perhaps Ammon variously spelledwho about the close of the seventeenth century, urged a much stricter obedience to the rules and regulations originally adopted. In their minds, the time was ripe for an organized effort to preserve the culture which they were proud of. Living conditions were also quite poor; company housing and high prices at the company store kept miners tied to the powerful and unforgiving mine companies. In full military dress uniform, he twice a day trained the soldiers who, at this point, were themselves greatly lacking in proper clothing.
Pioneers dried fruit, covered in cheesecloth, on the roof. They are not baptized by immersion, as some would have you to believe. Living conditions were also quite poor; company housing and high prices at the company store kept miners tied to the powerful and unforgiving mine companies. The marriage ceremony was held in a neighbor's home of the bride. They carried no whips, other than hickory switches which were kept more or less hidden from sight. These German influenced houses usually had four bays, rather than the usual five of the Georgian style and lacked the Georgian center hall as well.
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The first, La donna, medico di casa, was a popular medical tome used by Italian immigrant women. In their Early kitchens of the Pennsylvania Germans book, the time was ripe for an organized effort to preserve the culture which they were proud of.
Ammon Monroe Aurand, Jr. Hljod Huskona, Flickr. A few came to America before Penn, but the first numbers of them were families who settled in what is now Germantown, Philadelphia, incoming here from Crefeld, Germany.
Much debate of the significance of the double front doors has produced some general consensus that it represents the adaptation of traditional German form to the formal symmetry of the popular Georgian and Federal styles.
It is an honorable custom, and has been practiced in all countries and in all ages. Steuben, by then serving in Washington's headquarters, was the first to determine that the enemy was heading for Monmouth. The men's hats are a distinctive, broad, stiff-brimmed type--one looking just like another--dust and all!
Some of the passenger lists give the town name, but most do not. Keyser and Frederick S. This does not apply to the Amish sect. An important social history, well written and accessible. A wedding means, besides the marriage ceremony, a day of feasting and good times lasting into the night.
This practice seems to conform to practices among the Jews.
While the German settlement later extended throughout the state, this southeastern area retains the earliest and the highest concentration of the early Pennsylvania German Traditional buildings.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania should leave these people entirely to their own devices to work out their own salvation.
First military service[ edit ] Baron von Steuben joined the Prussian Army at age A major source for scholars and musicians. The spiritual medicine embraced by coal region men and women incorporated the prayers and symbolism of the Roman Catholic Church. They consulted American doctors during medical emergencies, for routine shots, and for surgical procedures.Keith A.
Dull is the author of Early German Settlers of York County, Pennsylvania. Revised Edition ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ) 4/5.
The German Sectarians of Pennsylvania A Critical and Legendary History of the Ephrata Cloister and the Dunkers (Julius Friedrich Sachse,pages) This Early kitchens of the Pennsylvania Germans book volume set is an exhaustive look at some early Pennsylvania-German sects which settled in Southeastern PA, particularly the German Baptists or Dunkers of Lancaster County.
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