12 responses to Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper
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    Lisa
    Comment on Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper (February 26th, 2010 at 07:10)

    Just like the Pinecraft Pauper, the Amish America articles get better and better. Keep up the great writing.

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    magdalena
    Comment on Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper (February 26th, 2010 at 08:59)

    This is a descendent of the community papers that sprung up in the seventies – I wrote for a few over the years. Sounds like fun!

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    Katie Troyer
    Comment on Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper (February 26th, 2010 at 09:09)

    I just found this by accident. Next time Daniel comes over for more photos, I will show this to him, unless he already knows about this article.

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    Comment on Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper (February 26th, 2010 at 12:26)

    Was Katie too modest to mention she takes AMAZING pictures of Pinecraft and I believe contributes to the Pinecraft Pauper? I think we all need a field trip!!

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    Rich Stevick
    Comment on Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper (February 27th, 2010 at 04:00)

    Come on, Katie, Just found this by accident? This is your kind of place. Feel free to show it to Daniel, and tell him to bite his tongue b/c you can’t argue with the truth. And yes, Beth, Katie does have a fine collection of Pinecraft photos. She also has the gift of unobtrusive approaching, a.k.a. sidling or sneaking up :) for candid shots. I speak as one of her victims.

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    Katie Troyer
    Comment on Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper (March 1st, 2010 at 09:32)

    Rick, when did you see a photo of yourself that I shot?

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    Comment on Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper (March 3rd, 2010 at 11:30)

    This sounds just too good! So when can we expect the online version to be available? Confining such a publication to Pinecraft seems rather selfish to me!

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    Karen Pollard
    Comment on Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper (October 28th, 2010 at 22:44)

    I would love to read the Pinecraft Pauper. In fact, I would love to write for the PP. I’m a retired elementary teacher who loves to cook, quilt, do art, knit, crochet, garden, etc. How can I get in touch with him???

  • Hi Karen, I’m going to try to dig that up and do a post on the Pinecraft Pauper soon! The editor kindly sent me a collection of the papers and just going through them. Stay tuned!

  • Karen, the post on Pinecraft Pauper is still coming, but thought I’d at least share the contact now (mentioned in today’s contest/interview with Taste of Pinecraft author Sherry Gore): Pinecraft Village Publishers PO BOX 50231 Sarasota, FL 34232

    Sherry is the editor of the Pauper, and both she and the Pauper have Facebook pages as well.

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    Marilyn
    Comment on Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper (November 1st, 2010 at 19:19)

    I loved this article on the Pinecraft Pauper. How does one subscribe to it? I have, maybe a dumb question, but I heard that the Amish have electric, air conditioning, etc. in their houses in Pinecraft. That they go with the old saying:”What goes on in Florida-stays in Florida. ” I don’t know if it’s true or not or just something silly someone told me.
    Marilyn

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    Diane Downard
    Comment on Richard Stevick on the Pinecraft Pauper, a Florida Amish newspaper (December 5th, 2010 at 15:43)

    I am hoping to find a specific direction in a study I am working on. I live in SEOhio which is new territory for the Amish communities. I wanted to compare the Amish school to the public schools in the county on the characteristics of the young adolescent. I read your book and found it extremely helpful-especially with the Amish view of identity. Do you have any suggestions as to what I might look for in this comparision? I know I will see differences. Thank you if you have any ideas. I appreciate your view and now I have found even more of resource with this newspaper. Thank you!
    Diane Downard, University of Rio Grande—OHIO

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