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The collection includes textiles such as clothing, quilts, coverlets, samplers, and other needlework; Pennsylvania German fraktur; folk art; silver and pewter; glassware; ceramics, and many household items.
Some of these are clustered, which indicates a Pennsylvania German district, but more often they are mixed in with Scotch-Irish and English ones.
It features 1,350 biographies and 8,000 images, chronicling one Pennsylvania German clan over 220 years through thousands of lives and connections with Americana.
Asian piece to 20th century paintings by Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse, from Pennsylvania German art, and a complete Indian Hindu temple.
The first American protest against slavery: written by Pennsylvania Germans only five years after their arrival, he said.
In Amish country they spoke a Pennsylvania German that the Americans erroneously called Pennsylvania Dutch; but there were also the so-called Fancy Germans, worldly, semi-Americanized Germans who had largely lost their mother tongue as a result of the two World Wars.
Pennsylvania German words, written in dialect with English translations, enrich the story.
This area was settled by Pennsylvania Germans in the first decade of the 1800s and there is an important Mennonite presence here.