5 edition of German immigration to Pennsylvania, 1683-1933 found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 77-90.
|Statement||by Alfred A. Curran.|
|LC Classifications||F160.G3 C87 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||86184657|
the German community in Pittsburgh and Allegheny city, Pennsylvania, Nora Faires rFP69 G35 x. German immigration to Pennsylvania, a genuine research and study in acculturation Alfred A. Curran rFG3 C87 Germans to America: lists of passengers arriving at U.S. ports. Ira A. Glazier Multivolume set. "A dictionary and guide to the language of the Pennsylvania Germans. Includes English-Pennsylvania German and Pennsylvania German-English translations, along with a phrase book and bilingual sections on conducting business in various settings. Concludes with translated excerpts of poetry, Bible verses, and Shakespeare"--Provided by publisher.
[P A] Borneman, Henry S. Pennsylvania German Illuminated Manuscripts: A of Fraktur-schriften and an Inquiry into Their History and Art. [P A] Diffenderffer, Frank R. The German Immigration into Pennsylvania through the Port of Philadelphia from to 5. [PA] Duffm, James M. Acta Germanopolis: Records of the Corporation of Germantown. making book, The Uprooted: German. immigration into the United States — espe- cially during the nineteenth century — is dif- ficult to define. Many of its distinguishing. characteristics are necessarily defined by the. reactions of the individuals involved, and any.
Meynen, Emil. Bibliographie Des Deutschtums Der Kolonialzeitlichen Einwanderung in Nordamerika: Insbesondere Der Pennsylvanien-Deutschen Und Ihrer Nachkommen, = Bibliography on German Settlements in Colonial North America: Especially on the Pennsylvania Germans and Their Descendants, Leipzig: Harrassowitz, The J. Mark DeNicola's of Knoxville, TN:Information about Cornelius Tyson Home Page |Surname List |Index of Individuals | |Sources Cornelius Tyson (b. Abt. , d. May 9, ) Cornelius Tyson (son of Theiss "Matthias" Doors and Neessgen "Agnes") was born Abt. in Krefeld, Germany, and died May 9, in married Margaret. Notes for Cornelius Tyson.
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Pennsylvania was the most popular destination for German im migrants. Philadelphia and its subsidary ports on the Delaware re ceived the core of the German migration to America before the Revolu tion.
This essay will analyze the principal sources available for a study of the German immigration to colonial Philadelphia, providing a. Pp v.8 German Emigration to America (in Publications of the Pennsylvania German Soc.) Pp v, pt. 7 German Immigration into Pennsylvania through the Port of Philadelphia G German Immigration (reprints of German Exodus to England in & German Emigration to America ).
[US] Ritz, Albrecht. Immigrants to America and Central Europe from Beihingen am Neckar, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, [US] Rohrbach, Lewis B. The Salzburger Expulsion Lists.
[US] Rupp, Israel D. A Collection ofUpwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania form File Size: 4MB. German immigration to Pennsylvania, a genuine research and study in acculturation / Bibliography: p.
Contributor: Curran, Alfred A. Date: Follow Alfred A. Curran and explore their bibliography from 's Alfred A. Curran Author Page. From Germany to Pennsylvania. book to provide me with credible history of German immigration to an area which much of my family lived and still lives today. – Author: Trevor Melehan.
insbesondere der Pennsylvanien-Deutschen und ihrer Nachkommen, / zusammengestellt und herausgegeben von Emil Meynen = Bibliography on German settlements in colonial North America: especially on the Pennsylvania Germans and their descendants compiled and edited by. This is a basic guide for doing library and Internet research on Global Diasporas: Contemporary African and Caribbean Migration for AFRCNA AND AFRCNA /HIST Contemporary African and Caribbean Migration for AFRCNA AND AFRCNA /HIST German Immigration to Pennsylvania: Author: Martha Mantilla.
Hawgood's book lies in his definition, more precise than anyone's, who dealt with this subject before, of the term "the German-Americans." In the 's the German immigration curve rose to unprecedented heights.
At the same time a strong nativist party, the Knownothings, violently. Johnson, Arta F., ed. Bibliography & Source Materials for Researching German-Speaking Ancestry.
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(Leipzig: Otto Harrassowitz, ) English title: Bibliography on German Settlements in. My cousin's new book on Families from Jossa, Hesse, Here are some sample emigrations from this book. Aspects of German peasant emigration to the United States, a reexamination of some behavioral hypotheses in migration theory by Takenori Inoki [out of print].
Atlantic Bridge to Germany by Charles M. Hall, Paperback Repr edition, Vol (June ). Emil Meynen, Bibliography on German Settlements in Colonial North America, Especially on the Pennsylvania Germans and Their Descendants, ' (; reprint, Gale Research Corp., ) is useful, and Russell Wieder Gilbert, A Picture of the Pennsylvania Germans (University Park: Pennsylvania Historical Association, ) has a bibliography.Spencer Aaron Fogelman, Hopeful Journeys: German Immigration, Settlement, and Political Culture in Colonial America, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ), ; Hermann Wellenreuther, “Contexts for Migration in the Early Modern World: Public Policy, European Migrating Experiences, Transatlantic.Germany Bibliography By Sarah Nelson, ALPL Intern Bibliographies p.
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