2 edition of Pennsylvania Germans found in the catalog.
Charles Henry Glatfelter
Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-81).
|Statement||Charles H. Glatfelter.|
|Series||Pennsylvania history studies ;, no. 20|
|LC Classifications||F160.G3 G55 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||91132866|
Germans began coming to Pennsylvania in large numbers at the end of the s. Pennsylvania was the top destination for German immigrants arriving in Colonial North America. They settled first in the eastern counties and later migrated to western Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Virginia. Many Pennsylvania Germans also migrated later to. History of the Palatine Immigration to Pennsylvania as written by Daniel Rupp, At different periods, various causes and diverse motives induced Germans to abandon their Vaterland. Since , millions have left their homes, the dearest spots on earth, whither the heart always turns.
Footnotes. 2 Oscar Kuhns, in "The German and Swiss Settlements of Colonial Pennsylvania: A Study of the So-called Pennsylvania Dutch;" New York, and ; The Aurand Press.. 3 Some of these names may come from homonymous places in the Palatinate; almost all the Lancaster County family-names, however, which are derived from places, are of Swiss origin.- . In the nineteenth century Pennsylvania experienced the same growth through transportation systems of canals, roads, and railroads, as did the other mid-Atlantic states. Like its neighbors, Pennsylvania also received a large influx of new immigrants, such as Irish and Germans, followed by Italians, Poles, Scandinavians, Russians, Slovaks, and.
"Here is a long-overdue and magisterial encyclopedia on the German-speaking peoples’ achievements in North America. Masterfully enhancing traditional approaches, this book sets new standards for practicing Pennsylvania German studies in our times and changes the way we think about the Pennsylvania Germans’ impact on North America.". The German Society of Pennsylvania’s library was begun in , 53 years after the Society’s founding, for the education and entertainment of its members. From its inception, the library contained books in both the German and English languages, reflecting the fact that English was the official language of the Society from to
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They also expand historical coverage of the Pennsylvania Germans to the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Beautifully illustrated, this volume―while paying tribute to the historical and cultural legacy of the Pennsylvania Germans―is the most comprehensive book on the subject to date.5/5(1).
Destined to become the standard reference on Pennsylvania Germans (also known as the "Pennsylvania Dutch"), this book is the first survey of this extensive American group in nearly seventy-five years. Nineteen broad interpretive essays written by a distinguished group of historians, anthropologists, sociologists, linguists, and folklorists tell.
Pennsylvania German, also called (misleadingly) Pennsylvania Dutch, 17th- and 18th-century German-speaking settlers in Pennsylvania and their descendants.
Emigrating from southern Germany (Palatinate, Bavaria, Saxony, etc.) and Switzerland, they settled primarily in the southeastern section of Pennsylvania, where they practiced any of several slightly different. This book attempts to bring the reader, in one short volume, to a point where he or she can read the south German dialect known as "Pennsylvania Dutch".
Of the two that I know - from Frey (separately reviewed on Amazon) and Haag - this is the less polished but more accessible to those without a background in High by: Vol 1: The Pennsylvania-German: devoted to the history, biography, genealogy, poetry, folk-lore and general interests of the Pennsylvania Germans and their descendants texts.
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The Pennsylvania Germans: A Brief Account of their Influence on Pennsylvania. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania Historical Association, Shoemaker, Alfred Lewis. The Ancestors of the Pennsylvania Germans. S.l.: s.n. Wokeck, Marianne S. “German Settlements in British North American Colonies: A Paperwork of.
They also expand historical coverage of the Pennsylvania Germans to the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Beautifully illustrated, this volume—while paying tribute to the historical and cultural legacy of the Pennsylvania Germans—is the most comprehensive book on the subject to by: 1.
Destined to become the standard reference on Pennsylvania Germans (also known as the "Pennsylvania Dutch"), this book is the first survey of this extensive American group in nearly seventy-five years. Nineteen broad interpretive Brand: Johns Hopkins University Press. the story of the pennsylvania germans Download the story of the pennsylvania germans or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Click Download or Read Online button to get early life of the pennsylvania germans book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. The lists included in this work attempt to identify German emigrants in their homeland as well as in Pennsylvania; thus emigrants are cited with reference to manumission records, parish registers, passports, & other papers of German & Swiss provenance; & cited again, where possible, with reference to an equivalent range of Pennsylvania source materials, notably church records, 4/5(1).
Soft cover. Condition: Fair. Fair in orange paper covers. Stapled pp. Covers heavily rubbed, smudged, sunned. Front cover has ink scribbles near bottom. Corners bumped, curled, creased. Interior sunned, clean. One in a series of booklets on the Pennsylvania Germans.
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(Harrisburg, L. Hart, printer, ), by William Henry Egle (page images at HathiTrust) Mary at the Farm and Book of Recipes Compiled during Her Visit: among the "Pennsylvania Germans", by Edith May Bertels Thomas (Gutenberg ebook) Filed under: Germans -- Pennsylvania -- Periodicals.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gilbert, Russell Wieder, Picture of the Pennsylvania Germans. Gettysburg: Pennsylvania Historical Association, Architecture and Landscape of the Pennsylvania Germans, Edited by Sally McMurry and Nancy Van Dolsen.
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Mary at the Farm and Book of Recipes Compiled during Her Visit Among the Pennsylvania Germans book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community f /5. "Lindi un Lilli" is a children's book written in Pennsylvania German and English. With so few books available in the PA-German language, this is a nice addition for parents to read to their children without having to translate from English to PA-German.
Most Pennsylvania German speakers are not used to reading their native language.Pennsylvania Germans, also known as the Pennsylvania Dutch, are a unique cultural group formed by early German-speaking immigrants to Pennsylvania.
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