Traditional, Folklife, skill
Danish-American folklife consists of the expressions of
traditional culture that identify Americans of Danish heritage
as belonging to this small ethnic group.
Encompassing a full range of expressive behavior, ranging
from building and decorating immigrant homes to crafting
intricate patterns with knitting needles, scissors, hammer
and anvil, Danish-American folklife includes any form of
knowledge or skill that is learned by observation or imitation
within a community context (Hansen 1988:23)
"Annotated Bibliography Of Resources For Researching Danish-American Folklife,"
The Bridge: Vol. 19:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol19/iss1/8