The American Language/Bibliography 17

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Aurand, Ammon M.: Aurand’s Collection of Pennsylvania German Stories and Poems; Beaver Springs, pa., 1916.

Beidelman, William: The Story of the Pennsylvania Germans,… Their Origin, Their History and Their Dialect; Easton, pa., 1898.

Bonneheur, Armin de: Pennsylvania Dutch, Nation, vol. lxvii, p. 482.

Faust, A. B.: Non-English Writings: I. German (in Cambridge History of American Literature, vol. iv, p. 572; New York, 1921).

Fischer, H. L.: Kurzwell and Zeitfertreib; York, pa., 1882.

Fogel, Edwin Miller: Beliefs and Superstitions of the Pennsylvania Germans; Philadelphia, 1915.

Fuchs, Meik, pseud.: Dreiguds un Noschens; Milwaukee, 1898.

Haldeman, S. S.: Pennsylvania Dutch… Phila., 1872.

Harbaugh, H.: Harbaugh’s Harfe, rev. ed.; Phila., 1902.

Hays, H. M.: On the German Dialect Spoken in the Valley of Virginia, Dialect Notes, vol. iii, p. 263.

Horne, Abraham R.: Horne’s Pennsylvania German Manual, 3rd ed.; Allentown, Pa., 1905.

Learned, M. D.: Application of the Phonetic System of the American Dialect Society to Pennsylvania German, Modern Language Notes, vol. v, p. 237.

——: The Pennsylvania German Dialect, Part I; Baltimore, 1889.

Lins, James C.: Common Sense Pennsylvania German Dictionary; Reading, Pa., 1895.

Miller, Daniel: Pennsylvania German, 2 vols.; Reading, Pa., 1903-11.

Miller, Harvey M.: Pennsylvania-German Stories, Prose and Poetry; Elizabethville, Pa., 1911.

Pennsylvania-German, Jan., 1900—. (Quarterly, 1903–05; bimonthly, Jan.–July, 1906; monthly, Sept., 1906—. Edited by P. C. Croll, H. A. Schuler, H. W. Kriebel, at Lebanon, East Greenville, Lititz, Cleona, Pa.)

Rauch, E.: Rauch’s Pennsylvania Dutch Hand-Book; Mauch Chunk, Pa., 1879.

Stein, Thomas S.: ‘Uf’m Oewerste Speicher; Annville, Pa., 1900.

Stoudt, John Baer: The Folklore of the Pennsylvania-German; Lancaster, Pa., 1915.

Wollenweber, L. A.: Gemälde aus dem Pennsylvanischen Volksleben; Phila., 1869.

Womer, William A.: Physician’s German Interpreter; n. p., 1904.