Exton, Pennsylvania: Schiffer Limited, 1977. Softcover. VG (Only slight indication of wear and age.). Blue paper wraps, 187 pp. Pennsylvania Dutch -- or, more accurately, Pennsylvania German -- has long been explained as a mixture of American English and German, spoken for decades by the plain people and the other German-based residents of southeastern Pennsylvania. For the longest time, no one thought to create a dictionary of this colloquial, everyday language. Now several editions exist. Please note that this one translates Pennsylvania German to English ONLY, and not the other way around.
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