National Geographic : 1938 Jul
Q) National Gieographic society Jutaycolor Photograph byJ.Baylor Roberts DAINTY DAUGHTERS NEVER GROW UP TO BE "SHUSSLES" WHEN THEY DO THEIRSMALL CHORES WELL Lancaster County mothers constantly warn against the shusslie state, a dreaded combination of shiftlessness and carelessness. On this farm pleasant tasks are assigned to train the young girls. Celebrated in song and story are the thrifty Pennsylvania Dutch who have clung tothe soil and their old ways of living. Among them are members of such plain sects as the Schwenkfelders, Dunkards, Mennonites, and Amish.