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Amish Country Countryside Jigsaw Puzzle
  • Amish Country Countryside Jigsaw Puzzle

About Dowdle Folk Art Amish Country

In 1701, William Penn signed his Charter of Privileges, opening his colony to people of all faiths. Many Amish Anabaptists heard this and came to settle in Pennsylvania in the 1700s, establishing themselves as part of the identity of the Lancaster region. Today they still thrive there, though their lifestyle may seem to be from a “time gone by.” Living in communities of 20 – 40 families, they abide by a general set of rules called “Ordnung.” Unique community standards, such as acceptable colors for clothing and houses, are set by a group of elders, led by a bishop. These tight-knit communities are known for their work ethic, hand-crafted wares, and simple, faithful lives.


Amish Country

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Pieces 500
Age 10+
Artist Eric Dowdle
Dimensions 16" x 20"
Manufacturer Dowdle Folk Art
Theme Countryside, Farm, Folk Art
Puzzle Type Jigsaw Puzzle
Mfg. Part Number 00515
UPC Number 671095005159
Release Year 2022
Puzzle Category Americana & Folk Art
Item Number 152362
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About Dowdle Folk Art Amish Country

In 1701, William Penn signed his Charter of Privileges, opening his colony to people of all faiths. Many Amish Anabaptists heard this and came to settle in Pennsylvania in the 1700s, establishing themselves as part of the identity of the Lancaster region. Today they still thrive there, though their lifestyle may seem to be from a “time gone by.” Living in communities of 20 – 40 families, they abide by a general set of rules called “Ordnung.” Unique community standards, such as acceptable colors for clothing and houses, are set by a group of elders, led by a bishop. These tight-knit communities are known for their work ethic, hand-crafted wares, and simple, faithful lives.


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