Amish Style: Clothing, Home Furnishing, Toys, Dolls, and Quilts

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Indiana University Press, 1993 - Design - 104 pages
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Lavishly illustrated in color and black-and-white photos, Amish Style presents the northern Indiana Amish -- ""plain people"" who try to maintain a religiously-focused, community-oriented rural life in the midst of a material and high-tech world. It is a fascinating glimpse of the Amish as seen in the artifacts of their daily lives, including clothing, home furnishings, toys, dolls, and quilts.

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KATHLEEN McLARY is Chief Curator of Cultural History, Division of Museum and Historic Sites, State of Indiana.

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