3 edition of German-American events, Principally of Pennsylvania, Up to 1870 found in the catalog.
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Drinking in America: A History • is one of my sources. The parts I generally took notes from were either about the drugs themselves or the prohibition of drugs. You’ll find the information garnered from these books throughout the Prohibition Politics section of this site. William M. Miller, whose sketch is herewith given, was the fourth child. He was born in Northampton County, Pa., on the 27th of September, His residence in Pennsylvania was in Carbon and Luzerne Counties until he came West. While living in Pennsylvania he found his principal occupation in the lumber regions of that State.
John Jacob Astor () German-American financier and czar of the fur trade. b. Duchy of Baden, Germany, J , corning to U.S. in and entering the fur trade. He incorporated the American Fur Co. in and the Pacific Fur Co. in When the Great War erupted in Europe in August , few Americans believed that the United States should become involved. There was a long tradition of avoiding “entangling alliances” with European powers, dating back to George Washington, and the .
From to , the household included a servant., By , Kollner gave up his Dock Street establishment. However, he remained in the trade through the s, including the lithography of a plan for a Philadelphia post office and court house, one of a series of about 50 portfolios of architectural plans issued by the Construction. HISTORY OF SULLIVAN COUNTY. _____ Sullivan County is in that part of Pennsylvania purchased from the Indians in , and also in the territory claimed by was formed from Lycoming county by act of Ma ; and Lycoming county was formed from Northumberland county by act of Ap
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Full text of "German-American events, Principally of Pennsylvania, Up to " See other formats «PRINCIPALLY OF PENNSYLVANIA, UP TOx-'^'">v Collected and Chronologically German-American events /.-;;•. Vol 1: Rauch's Pennsylvania Dutch hand-book: a book for instruction = Rauch's Pennsylvania Deitsch hond-booch: en booch for inshtructa by Rauch, E.
(Edward H.), Philadelphia: ____ Geschichte der Deutschen Gesellschaft von Pennsylvanien. Von der Zeit der Grundung bis zum Jahre Philadelphia: ____ German-American Events, Principally of Pennsylvania up to No date.
____ "William Penn's Travels in Holland and Germany in " Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, II. Edward Seidensticker's translations have introduced two generations of English-language audiences to the masterpieces of classical and modern Japanese literature.
His patient rendering of novels ranging from the eleventh-century Tale of Genji to works of such modern masters as Junichiro Tanizaki, Yukio Mishima, and Nobel Prize winner Yasunari Kawabata has earned. Search results 1 - of residents of Phillipsburg (now Monaca), Pennsylvania: an historic register, transcribed from German script and supplemented with notes: with a directory of the New Philadelphia Society, dating from its inception.
After receiving his education in the public schools, he entered the service of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company inspending ten years ; in the general superintendent's office.
He moved to Claridge, Westmoreland county, inwhere he engaged in the mercantile business, and was interested in and opened up the Claridge Gas Coal Company. Vol. XX - () Farming Always Farming A Photographic Essay of German-American events Pennsylvania German Land and Life H.
Winslow Fegley (), ed. Alan G. Keyser and Frederick S. Weiser. Intro. Scott Swank. Elegantly designed book contains black and white photographs of farm and small town life at the turn-of-the-century.
Corinne and Russell Earnest have studied fraktur for over thirty years, and have recorded the genealogy infill from more t fraktur. They have published nineteen books about genealogy and fraktur, including German-American Family Records in the Fraktur Tradition, Three Volumes (–), The Genealogist's Guide to Fraktur: For Genealogists Researching Cited by: 2.
Many Irish Americans do cook some of the dishes that make up the distinctive Irish cuisine, which is frequently served in Irish restaurants and pubs throughout America.
There is a good market for the many shops in America that sell such Irish favorites as rashers (bacon), bangers (sausages), black and white pudding, and soda bread. The Pennsylvania Dutch (German American) population gave the state of Pennsylvania a high German cultural character.
French descent, which can also be found throughout the country, is most concentrated in Louisiana, while Spanish descent is dominant in the Southwest and Florida. The evening telegraph. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.])SeptemFOURTH EDITION, Image 1, brought to you by Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois, Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Ouachita County, AR, are recalled in this page spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, and a product of the WPA, Arkansas, A Guide.
The History of Roane County, Tennessee, Emma Middleton Wells Wells' History of Roane County is divided into five sections, the first four of which constitute a sourcebook of genealogical material--early tax lists and lists of voters, militiamen, justices, veterans of the Revolution and the War ofmarriages, church members, and.
This book provides an extensive look into the German element of the United States, and the way it influenced American society, particularly in the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Virginia, Maryland, North and South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio.
This is an excellent resource for researching German-American heritage. Volume 1. Pennsylvania Residence Records. – The Jacobs collection (The Eaves family) – Westmoreland County – Returns of taxables for the counties of Westmoreland (, ) and census () Bedford County – Returns of taxables for the county of Bedford ( to ) and census () – Census schedules,index & images.
In his influential book Highbrow/Lowbrow, principally made up from standard works of our great masters. “Trumpeting Down the Walls of Jericho: The Politics of Art, Music, and Emotion in German-American Relations, –,” Journal of Social History 36 (March ): – An annotated list of American periodicals for children, introduction not listed by title by place by editor by publisher by special subject covers 2 Introduction This research guide to the German Society of Pennsylvania’s Joseph Horner Memorial Library is an update to the original guide written by Kevin Ostoyich in (The German Society of Pennsylvania: A Guide to its Book and Manuscript Collections) and published by the German Historical Institute.
These consist of four laws passed by the Federalist Congress and signed by President Adams in the Naturalization Act, which increased the waiting period for an immigrant to become a citizen from 5 to 14 years; the Alien Act, which empowered the president to arrest and deport dangerous aliens; the Alien Enemy Act, which allowed for the arrest and deportation of citizens.
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Pennsylvania German Pioneers is a collection of the passenger lists of German immigrants who landed at Philadelphia from and took the oath of allegiance. Generally only the names of the adult male passengers (age 16 and above) were recorded. Some of the later lists also name the women and children.German-American Names 3rd.
Edition NEW. Hard cover, pgs with index. 3rd ed. publishedGPC. German-American Names is a treasure-trove of information about surnames. The author’s discussion of the Americanization of German immigrants’ names fills a gap in the current literature. This book is a readable gem, both informative and fun.Germans also settled elsewhere in Texas.
By the s German ethnic-islands dotted north central, northern, and western Texas. Ethnic islands failed to develop in East Texas, the Trans-Pecos, and the Rio Grande valley, however. As early asGermans founded the colony of Marienfeld (later Stanton) on the High Plains of West Texas.