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Charles Wukasch (A Practical Gramm…): Some of you may know about this already, but here are two interesting websites they’ve added to Omni…
Charles Wukasch (Martin Luther and…): One minor correction on an earlier message: I said that the Wendish custom of Hexenbrennen (witch b…
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Charles Wukasch (Martin Luther and…): Wendish: chodojtypalenje German: Hexenbrennen English: witch burning One of my Wendis…
Charles Wukasch (A Practical Gramm…): Abbreviations: N = nominative case, A = accusative case, G = genitive case, D = dative case, P = pre…
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"Dragons" and Other Supernatural Tales of the Texas Wends by Charles Wukasch

Thursday 14 May 2015 at 04:55 am

Originally published in Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, Vol LII, Number 1, 1987.

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The Seventh Book of Moses by Charles Wukasch

Thursday 14 May 2015 at 04:44 am

Originally published in Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, Vol LV, Number 2, 1991.

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A Rock Against Alien Waves: A History of the Wends by Charles Wukasch

Thursday 07 May 2015 at 06:13 am

A Rock Against Alien Waves can be purchased at the museum of the Texas Wendish Heritage Society at Serbin, Texas or online at www.texaswendish.org. The Foreward and Introduction are printed her for your enjoyment and interest.

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