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    GALLERY: Whitefield Amish - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    A car drives past a horse and buggy sign Friday at the town line separating Whitefield and Pittston on Route 194.

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    A horse and buggy sign stands on Friday at the town line separating Whitefield and Pittston on Route 194.

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    GALLERY: Whitefield Amish - Staff file photo by Andy Molloy | of | Share this photo

    Amish clothes dry on Nov. 9, 2016, on a line at the Chase farm in Whitefield. Pat and Robin Chase have hosted several Amish guests over the last few months as the Amish build homes for themselves in Whitefield and Jefferson.

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    From left, Levy Miller, Mose Miller and Jacob Yoder pour concrete last November as their uncle, John Miller, mixes it for the shed that Mose Miller is building at the residence he bought in Whitefield. Several Amish families have been moving to Whitefield and Jefferson recently.

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    Levy Miller rips boards in November 2016 for a shed at the home his cousin, Mose Miller, bought in Whitefield. Several Amish families have been moving to Whitefield and Jefferson recently.

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