2012 Book - A Translation Of An Early Pennsylvania Folk Healing Manual
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2012 Book - A Translation Of An Early Pennsylvania Folk Healing Manual:
This is a hardcover book, 8 3/4" x 5 5/8", 152 pages, entitled "Der Freund In Der Noth Or The Friend In Need, An Annotated Translation Of An Early Pennsylvania Folk Healing Manual." The book was originally compiled by Johann Georg Hohman in the very early 1800s, and it was written in German. This book was translated and annotated by Patrick J. Donmoyer in 2012, and it is signed in ink by the author on page one. The book is copyright 2012 (First Edition), and it was published by The Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center, Kutztown University Of Pennsylvania. The book is printed in both German and in English, and it provides information about how to deal with fever, bleeding, nose bleeds, etc., along with information about how to apprehend a horse thief, how to defend against a bullet, how to disable a weapon, how to determine whether a sick person will become well again, how to not be afraid at night, how to quench a fire, and much, much more... The book is in mint/near mint condition -- it is like new! Buyer pays $3.00 shipping.