40th Anniversary Edition.The Easter-tree is more common in northeastem Germany than elsewhere, and the tree-frolic is something all young ... Hens, geese and turkeysa#39; eggs are also colored by boiling them in solution of dye-stuffs a a strong one to make the deep colors, a weak one for the more delicate shades. Loops of bright-colored ribbons, always of contrasting shades, are pasted upon the eggs to hang them by. tipanbsp;...
|Title||:||Eastertide in Pennsylvania|
|Author||:||Alfred Lewis Shoemaker|
|Publisher||:||Stackpole Books - 1960|