The Pennsylvania Dutch and Their Furniture
Describes the lifestyle of early German settlers in Pennsylvania, the furniture they made by hand, and the designs, techniques, and materials for making reproductions of their chairs, tables, and chests
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Ephrata Society Seventh Day Dower Chests
Chests of Drawers
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