5 edition of German immigrants in America found in the catalog.
German immigrants in America
|Statement||by Elizabeth Raum.|
|Series||You choose books|
|LC Classifications||E184.G3 R33 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|ISBN 10||1429613564, 1429617632|
|ISBN 10||9781429613569, 9781429617635|
|LC Control Number||2007034225|
This book is written for children to get a glimpse of German immigrants from Germany and from Russia. Although there were Germans in North America as early as the 's, this book deals with those coming here in the 19th century, and it covers especially well the trials and tribulations of early German settlers in Texas, mid-America, the Dakotas, and even Milwaukee. The German Immigration to America in the 's constituted the largest single immigrant group during the colonial era. German Immigration to America continued into the late 's but conflict began to grow between Britain and the colonies and the American War of Independence ( - ) erupted.
Even though large bookstores have for the most part shut down in America there are still many independent bookstores. Many of them cater to specific genres or types of books. If learning languages and foreign translations are your things then these bookstores are a must see. The following is a listing of German bookstores and distributors both online and via telephone in the United States an Author: Ingrid Bauer. This immigration database includes more than 4 million Germans who arrived in the United States between and through the ports of Baltimore, Boston, New Orleans, New York, and Philadelphia. German Immigration records may include: • First name (s) • Year of Arrival. • country of origin. • city or town of last residence.
In the second part of the book (Chapters 9 through 18) Grubb focuses on German immigrants to discuss a myriad of issues involving the institution of servitude. A large proportion of immigrants to the American colonies worked as indentured servants in their first years to pay off passage costs. "America Is Immigrants" is a wonderful collection of short biographies on famous immigrants in the United States. The book features everyone from athletes to diplomats to scientists. It shows how valuable immigration is to our country and the contribution immigrants have made to our country.4/5(33).
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No history per se about German immigrants. Read more. 3 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. love2shop. out of 5 stars Five Stars. Reviewed in the United States on Verified Purchase.
My children thoroughly enjoy these interactive history books. Great book and keeps kids engaged. Read more/5(8). This is a wonderful and insightful book with 32 pages of good solid information about German immigrants to America. Wonderful photos, color and b&w. In the back it has a timeline, a page of 'words to know', a section called 'learn more', a list of places to 'write and visit', some internet sites, and an index/5(2).
Data files relating to the immigration of Germans to the United States for arrivals Created by the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, Center for Immigration Research.
In August ofthe National Archives replaced the ARC – Archival Research Catalog - with the OPA – Online Public Access. ARC identifiers will still work to access the collections in OPA.
“German Immigration to America: The First Wave,” by Don Heinrich Tolzmann, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, This page paperback is a reprint of two articles on the major German Palatine migration from This was the first major non-religious immigration of Germans to North America consisting of people in 10 s: 3.
Because Germany was one of America’s adversaries in the war, many Anglo-Americans began to fear that German Americans were still loyal to the Kaiser, or German ly, German Americans Author: Becky Little. Germans to America is a series of books which index ship passenger arrival records of German immigrants for the years listed below.
Each volume contains a chronological listing of the passenger lists, followed by an alphabetical index of each passenger in that volume. There are approximat names in each volume. - About German-language journals were being printed in the United States, the greatest number ever.
A typical newspaper was the New York Staats Zeitung. - In this year, an estimated million German-born immigrants lived in the United States. With declining immigration and increasing assimilation, the number of German-language.
Describes the experiences of German immigrants upon arriving in America. The readers choices reveal historical details from the perspective of Germans who came to Texas in the s, the Dakota Territory in the s, and Wisconsin before the start of World War I/5.
Populous as German immigrants to America were by the end of the eighteenth century, the major waves of immigration came after the conclusion of the Napoleonic Wars in Germany's economy suffered in several ways.
Too many goods were imported, especially cloth from industrialized England. The German immigrant story is a long one—a story of early beginnings, continual growth, and steadily spreading influence. Germans were among the first Europeans to make their homes in the New World, and are among the United States' most recent arrivals.
They were aboard the first boats that came. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Three Hundred Years of German Immigrants in North America, Their Contributions to the Evolution of the New World: a Pictorial History with Illustrations by Klaus German Wust and Heinz Moos (, Book, Illustrated) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. German Immigrant Arrivals: Resources in the Library of Con gress Compiled and Annotated by Barbara B.
Walsh The purpose of this bibliography is to identify lists of German immigrants in the Library of Congress (published, manuscript, and electronic). A discussion of Germans in colonial America. German and American Sources for German. Are you researching German immigrants to America during the 19th century.
"Germans to America," compiled and edited by Ira A. Glazier and P. William Filby, is a series of books which indexes passenger arrival records of ships carrying Germans to the U.S.
ports of Baltimore, Boston, New Orleans, New York, and presently covers the records of over 4 million passengers during the. Trumbauer, L. German Immigration.
New York: Facts On File, Details personal stories of German immigrants to the United States and the key players in the formation of the country. Wittke, Carl. Refugees of Revolution: The German Forty-eighters in America. Philadelphia: University of.
Primary Sources German Immigration. Francis Daniel Pastorius was a lawyer in Krefeld but because of his religious beliefs was forced to leave the country in Pastorius arranged for twelve other Quaker families from Krefeld to sail to America on a ship called the ius and his followers established Germantown, the first permanent settlement of German immigrants in America.
Discusses reasons German people left their homeland to come to America, the experiences immigrants had in the new country, and the contributions this cultural group made to American society.
Includes activities. German Immigrants, The book below describes the history and process of migrating from Germany to the United States: Wellauer, Maralyn Ann. German Immigration to America in the Nineteenth Century: A Genealogist's Guide. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA: Roots International, (FHL book W2we.
To trace German origins in Pennsylvania can be a daunting task. Before the war broke out, America had welcomed German immigrants and regarded them highly.
German was the second most widely spoken language in the. Q: Where were German immigrants allowed to work in America. When. My 7th great-grandfather, Johann Michael Hennescheid (–), was born in the Palatinate at a place called Naumburger Hof.
It was a farm that still exists today. In the early Whatever vestige of German America remained after the s was wiped out by similar pressures during World War II, not to mention the shame that came with German identity after it.
German Immigrants, at Ancestry/free with registration; includes searchable, digitized emigration lists from these six books by Clifford Neal Smith: Emigrants from the Former Amt Damme, Oldenburg (Now Niedersachsen), Germany, Mainly to the United States, Describes the experiences of German immigrants upon arriving in America.
The readers choices reveal historical details from the perspective of Germans who came to Texas in the s, the Dakota Territory in the s, and Wisconsin before the start of World War I.Get this from a library! Why German immigrants came to America.
[Lewis K Parker] -- Explores German immigration to the United States from colonial days to the present, and looks at the contributions of German Americans to the culture of the United States.