Topics to Research, Spelling Variations to Appreciate!
The following 'germane' keywords and topics may help you find other web pages relevant to our focus; this list not only provides you with other search alternatives, but also shows the wealth of subject matter covered in our online and offline publications, and clearly demonstrates some of the "orthographic dilemmas" of the many Plattdeutsch dialects.
Platt, Plat, Plaut, Plattdeutsch, Plattduetsch, Plattduutsch, Plattdutch, Platduits, Plautdietsch, Platdutsk, Platsnackers, Moderspraak, Frisian, Frisians, East Frisians, E. Frisians, Friesen, Friesian, East Frisian, Oostfriesland, Oostfreesland, Oostfreesk, Ostfriesen, Ostfrisian, Ostfriesische, Ostfriesisch, Ostfriesish, Ostfrisish, Ostfriesland, Ost Friesland, Ossi, East Friesland, Friesland, Ostfries, NW Germany, North German, Dutch, German, Prussian, Saxon, regional, folk traditions, folklore, ethnic heritage, arts/culture, The Wind-Mill, 'The Wind-Mill: A Periodical of Frisian/Germanic Heritage', Windmill Periodical, Windmillers, Wind-Millers, Windmohl, language, dialect, preserving culture, language preservation, dying language, genealogy, family history, Germanic heritage, Midwestern states, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Dakotas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, migration, immigrants, immigration, naturalization, Prussia, Hannover, Hanover, Hamburg, Bremen, Brunnhilde, Deutsche Helden, Springerle, Germans in the New World, German-American, Holland, Roots, Roots Pursuits, legacy, family tree, stammbaum, Harm, Herman, Arminius, Friesian horse, folk memory, ancestors, ancestral language, Pomerania, runes, Viking, Aurich, Leer, Emden, Napoleon, Christianity, pre-Christian, paganism, Moderspraak, Mouderspraak, Mother Tongue, Neddersassisch, Niedersachsisch, Nedderduutsch, Platduytsch, Netherlands, Nerthus, Hertha, worterbuch, Germania, Tacitus, origins, Norderney, North Sea, Frisian Islands, Norden, Gretsiel, Norddeich, Frisian names, tulips, tea, wooden shoes, windmills, patronymics, Friesisch, Ostfriesen-Zeitung, Caesar, Mud-men, Diesel, Distelfink, Delft, genealogy software, Oldendorf, Moorlage, Die Fehn Kulture, Fen culture, warfen, wurten, Warfstellen, Great Mother/Goddess, Germanic languages, Plattdeutsch dialects, Germanic ancestors, Northern Europe pagans, Golden, Adams County, Teutonic religion, frith, Frei, Friede, Freya, East Friesens in America, Schnucker, Germanic roots, Solstice, Yule, Wiehnachts, Wiehnachten, Weinachten, Wiehnacten, Wienachts, Wienacht'n, Easter, Ostara, Luther, Lutheran, OstfriesNet, FreeNet, Ortsippenbuchs... We could go on, but, hopefully, you get the point, both about spelling Platt, and about the good work FolkHart is doing. Good luck in your searches--and also in your spelling!
Let me count the ways!
Anyone even remotely familiar with Plattdeutsch (Low German), especially in recent years as this language enjoys a Renaissance and becomes more widely published and disseminated, cannot help but marvel at the kaleidoscope of "orthographies" (spelling/writing systems) being utilized to represent the various dialects of Platt.
Eala Freya Fresena!