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Land of Freedom: German Immigrants Write Home (LC call number .

Land of Freedom: German Immigrants Write Home (LC call number: E184. German revolutionists of 1848 : among whom many immigrants to America, Clifford Neal. Westland Publications, 1985.

German Americans are Americans who have full or partial German ancestry. None of the German states had American colonies.

The author derived his list of emigrants for Hessen-Hanau from a register of the Privy Council of that former principality, which he discovered in the Staatsarchiv, Marburg, Germany. These passengers departed for America (principally Pennsylvania), as well as for Hungary, Lithuania, Pomerania, and Russia. These Eastern European Germans should not be dismissed by .

German Revolutionists of 1848: Among whom many Immigrants to America. Collections Pertaining to the German Mercenary Troops who Served with the British Forces During the American Revolution

Vol. 1-8; 21. DeKalb, IL: Westland Publications, . Glazier, Ira A. Ed. Germans to America. Series II: Lists of Passengers Arriving at . German Revolutionists of 1848: Among whom many Immigrants to America. McNeal, AZ: Westland Publications, 1985. Collections Pertaining to the German Mercenary Troops who Served with the British Forces During the American Revolution. DeKalb, IL: Westland Publications, 1974-1976.

Smith, Clifford Neal author. German Americans Genealogy. Registers of births, etc. United States.

pt. 1. Surnames A through F - pt. 2. Surnames G through K - pt. 3. Surnames L through R - pt. 4. Surnames S through Z. Subjects. Smith, Clifford Neal author.

German immigrants who fought on the American side were also recognized for their valor and loyalty. Some held high commands

German immigrants who fought on the American side were also recognized for their valor and loyalty. Some held high commands. A particularly well-known German general in the war was Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben, who volunteered his services as a trained Prussian general to the American cause free of pay. Von Steuben was especially valuable in teaching discipline and drill to revolutionary soldiers, few of whom had any formal military training.

German Revolutionists of 1848 by Clifford Neal Smith, 1985, Westland . German revolutionists of 1848 Series.

German revolutionists of 1848. among whom many immigrants to America. Published 1985 by Westland Publications in McNeal, Ariz Series.

13 Sm5g German Revolutionists of 1848, Among Whom Many Immigrants to America. 92. 3 G315b Germans to America and the Hamburg Passenger Lists: Coordinated Schedules (Minert). 97. J713g Germans of Colonial Georgia 1733-83 (Jones). 3 G315 Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at .

German Revolutionists of 1848: Among Whom Many Immigrants to America (German-American Genealogical Research Monograph Number 21, Part 1) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0915162772

ISBN: 0915162776

Author: Clifford Neal Smith

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Language: English

Publisher: Westland Pubns (June 1, 1984)

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