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From the Letter from the Editor:
In Eastern Pennsylvania, where I live and work, you don't have to dig deep to strike a vein that's rich in history. The frugal, hard-working German and English settlers who cleared the land have left us a legacy in stone barns, iron tools, woven coverlets, and wooden furniture. The barns now are stooped and bowed, but the artifacts are well cared for in museums and private collections.
But what of the skills that built these objects? Who's keeping that part of the legacy alive?
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