The first German newspaper published in America
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[Lancaster, PA] :
|Series:||Pennsylvania: the German influence in its settlement and development, a narrative and critical history; prepared by authority of the Pennsylvania-German Society, parts VI, VII & VIII
Proceedings and addresses. ; v.10
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Edition of 450 copies.
With this are issued: The domestic life and characteristics of the Pennsylvania-German pioneer, part VI of a narrative and critical history, prepared at the request of the Pennsylvania-German Society, by Rev. F.J.F. Schantz; The German immigration into Pennsylvania through the port of Philadelphia, and "the redemptioners," part VII of a narrative and critical history, by Frank Reid Diffenderffer; the German Baptist Brethren or Dunkers, part VIII of a narrative and critical history, by George N. Falkenstein; En hondfull färsh: experiments in Pennsylvania-German verse, by J. Max Hark; and Descendants of Henry Melchior Mühlenberg, by H.M.M. Richards.
Volume 10 issued in 2 parts.
Reprinted from the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, October, 1900. [v. 24].
41-46 p. ; 26 cm.