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The German-American press

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Geitz, Henry, Editor
The German-American press
ISBN 0924119500
(Studies of the Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, 1992)
Madison, Wisconsin: Max-Kade Institute, 1992
xii, 270 pages : facsimiles ; 24 cm

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Contents

[Cover] The German-American press, Geitz, Henry pp. [unnumbered]-[ii]

[Title page] The German-American press, pp. [iii]-[iv]

Contents, pp. [v]-viii ff.

Introduction, pp. [ix]-xii

Early German printing in America's southeast: possible sites and probable causes, Dolmetsch, Christopher L. pp. [1]-[10]

The response of the Hessian press to American advice to the immigrants from Kurhesse (1832-1866), Auerbach, Inge pp. [11]-[26]

Jacob Schnee, first printer of Lebanon (Pa.), Ruch, Marianne; Fleming, Mary Lou pp. [27]-42

Anticlericalism, atheism, and socialism in German St. Louis, 1850-1853: Heinrich Börnstein and Franz Schmidt, Rowan, Steven W. pp. [43]-56

Dr. G. Blöde vs. far west: the philosophical debate in Christian Essellen's Atlantis, Nollendorfs, Cora Lee, 1941- pp. [57]-[68]

Religious music/secular music: the press of the German-American church and aesthetic mediation, Bohlman, Philip V., 1952- pp. [69]-90

Masthead iconography as Rezeptionsvorgabe: producing Die Abendschule's family of readers, Peterson, Brent O. pp. [91]-[118]

"Das Dreikaiserjahr" in the German-American press of Buffalo, New York, Metzger, Michael M. pp. [119]-[130]

The Kalender/Jahrbuch of the Neubraunfelser Zeitung, Wilson, Joseph, 1928- pp. [131]-142

The German press of New Orleans, 1839-1909, Kondert, Reinhart pp. [143]-156

The newspapers Pfälzer in Amerika and Hessische Blätter in World War I, Paul, Roland pp. [157]-[168]

Two German-American papers as "communication satellites." Die Dakota Freie Presse and Die Welt-Post preserved the identities of the Germans from Russia, Rippley, La Vern J. pp. [169]-[182]

Approaches to English in some Indiana German newspapers, Salmons, Joe, 1956- pp. [183]-194

The German-language press in the debate over the ratification of the Constitution 1787/88, Heideking, Jürgen pp. [195]-214

The transformation of the German-American newspaper press, 1848-1860, Bergquist, James M. pp. [215]-[226]

Political patronage of the German-American press in antebellum Wisconsin: a case study in political assimilation, Dyer, Carolyn Stewart pp. [227]-[242]

The German book trade in America to World War I, Cazden, Robert E. (Robert Edgar), 1930-2002 pp. [243]-256

The German-American press today: patterns of communication in an ethnic group, Schneider, Sigrid pp. [257]-270 ff.

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