A peculiar mixture : German-language cultures and identities in eighteenth-century North America
"A collection of essays that explore the transatlantic German cultures and identities of the colonial period"--Provided by publisher.
University Park, Pa. :
Pennsylvania State University Press,
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- Rethinking the significance of the 1709 mass migration / Marianne S. Wokeck
- Information brokers and mediators : the role of diplomats in the migrations of German-speaking people, 1709-1711 / Rosalind J. Beiler
- The Palatine immigrants of 1710 and the Native Americans / Philip Otterness
- Of dwelling houses, painted chests, and stove plates : what material culture tells us about the Palatines in early New York / Cynthia G. Falk
- (Re)discovering the German-language literature of colonial America / Patrick M. Erben
- "Runs, creeks, and rivers join" : the correspondence network of Gotthilf Henry Ernst MuÃÂhlenberg / Matthias SchoÃÂnhofer
- Divergent paths : processes of identity formation among German speakers, 1730-1760 / Marie Basile McDaniel
- Defining the limits of American liberty : Pennsylvania's German peace churches during the Revolution / Jan Stievermann
- Pennsylvania German Taufscheine and revolutionary America : cultural history and interpreting identity / Lia