Polish Folk Art Traditions
To Learn More About Polish Traditions
Drwal, Frances. Polish Wycinanki Designs. Owings Mills MD: Stemmer House Publishers, Inc., 2627 Caves Rd, 1984.
Hodorowicz-Knab, Sophie. Polish Customs, Traditions and Folklore. NY: Hippocrene Books, 171 Madison Ave., 10016, 1993.
---. Polish Herbs, Flowers & Folk Medicine. NY: Hippocrene Books, Inc., 1995.
---. Polish Wedding Customs & Traditions. NY: Hippocrene Books, Inc., 1997.
Holtz, Loretta. The Christmas Spider: A Puppet Play From Poland & Other Traditional Games, Crafts and Activities. NY: Philomel Books, 200 Madison Ave., 10016, 1980.
Jablonski, Ramona. The Paper Cut-Out Design Book. Ownings Mills MD: Stemmer House Publishers, Inc., 2627 Caves Rd., 21117, 1976.
Kozlowski, L. G. Christmas Ornaments...Polish Style. Pittsburgh PA: Polska, 808 Phineas St., 15212.
---. Easter Eggs....Polish Style. Pittsburgh PA: Polska Folk Arts, 808 Phineas St., 15212, 1989.
---. Paper Cuts....Polish Style. Pittsburgh PA: Polska Folk Arts, 808 Phineas St., 15212.
Krysa, Rev. Czeslaw Michal. A Polish Christmas Eve: Traditions and Recipes, Decorations and Song . Lewiston NY: CWB Press, PO Box 99 14092-0099, 1998.
---. The Signature of Spring: Podpis Wiosny. Orchard Lake MI: The Orchard Lake Schools, 48324
Nowakowski, Jacek and Marlene Perrin, ed. Polish Touches: Recipes and Traditions. Iowa City Iowa: Penfield Press, 1996
Polanie Club. Treasured Polish Christmas Customs and Traditions. Minneapolis MN: Polanie Publishing Co., 1972.
Pula, James S. Polish Americans: An Ethnic Community. NY: Twayne Publishers, 1995.
Rich, Chris. The Book of Paper Cutting. NY: Sterling/Lark Book, 1993.
Silverman, Deborah Anders. Polish-American Folklore. Urbana IL: University of Illinois Press, 2000.
Waszkelewicz-Clowes, Florence. Polish Folk Legends. Buffalo NY: Polish-American Journal Books,1992
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