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Decorated stove plates of the Pennsylvania Germans

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        StatementMcGintys job press
        PublishersMcGintys job press
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        LC Classifications1899
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        Paginationxvi, 104 p. :
        Number of Pages54
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Contributions to American history -- no. 6.
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A jump in immigration to the United States brought with it … The Pennsylvania German tradition known as oier gritzel, or egg scratching, created colorful Easter eggs from chicken, goose or duck eggs.

The fountain is perched on top of a delicate, colorful base adorned with wooden beads. DeTurk donated the artifact to the State Museum in 1929.

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However, he was unhappy with his traditional upbringing. Orphaned at a young age and raised by an austere relative, Catherine Pictet, Gallatin attended the best Swiss schools. Each member of the family would receive a decorated egg to mark the holiday. Yet, the first known U.

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The image features a Hessian rider astride an animal, possibly a goat or a horse. Archaeological investigations have been conducted at Ephrata Cloister, an unusual German religious commune founded in 1732 in Lancaster County, since 1993.

German immigrant Martin Reinhart founded the factory in Hazleton, Pa. Seeking adventure and a new life, he immigrated with a childhood friend to North America … Stove plates are notable for their artistic depictions of biblical stories and Germanic text. Standing more than 6 feet tall, the work of art depicts two peacocks seated on the edge of a fountain. In addition to the factory, Reinhart also operated a retail furniture store at the same location.