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Proceedings and addresses (Pennsylvania German Society)

  • Pennsylvania-German Society proceedings and addresses
  • The Pennsylvania German Society
  • PAGP
Serial /Serial with Film
English
  • Lancaster, Pennsylvania : Pennsylvania German Society, 1890-1966
  • Norristown, Pennsylvania : Norristown Press, c1929
  • Norristown, Pennsylvania : J.B. Stoudt, c1930
  • Norristown, Pennsylvania : Pennsylvania German Society, c1930
63 v.
Vol. 1 (1890)-v. 63 (1966)

Notes

Photocopy of original: v. 16, 28, 31 (1993), 39 (1998), 40 (1998), 42-44.

Annual; then every 2 years beginning with v. 45.

Continued by: Publications of the Pennsylvania German Society.

Contents: v. 1. The call to organize the Society -- v. 2. True heroes of provincial Pennsylvania / by Julius F. Sachse ; The Pennsylvania German, his place in the history of the commonwealth / by William H. Egle -- v. 3. Pennsylvania German Day at the Pennsylvania Chautauqua, Mt. Gretna, Pa., Monday July 17, 1893 ; Birth and baptismal register of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Pa. -- v. 4. The German Moravian settlements in Pennsylvania, 1735-1800 / by Paul de Schweinitz ; Maxatawny prior to 1800 / F. K. Levan ; Pennsylvania German Day at the Pennsylvania Chautauqua, Mt. Gretna, Pa., 1894 ; The Educational position of the Pennsylvania Germans / by R. K. Buehrle ; Ancestral virtues of the Pennsylvania Germans / by Thomas C. Zimmerman; Birth and baptismal register of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Pa. (cont.) ; Birth and baptismal register of the First Reformed Church, Lancaster, Pa. -- v. 5. The Pennsylvania Germans at home / by John S. Stahr ; Popular superstitions ; by W. J. Hoffman; Pennsylvania German surnames / by L. Oscar Kuhns; The Bucher album / by Thos. Conrad Porter ; Births and baptismal register of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Pa. (cont.) -- v. 6. Kirchen-Matricul: der Evangelisch Lutherischen Gemeinde in Neu Provindenz, Pennsylvania (Augustus Ev. Luth. Congregation, Trappe, Pa.) / Julus Friedrich Sachse ; Births and baptismal register of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Pa. (concluded) -- v. 7. Pennsylvania: the German influence in its settlement and development, a narrative and critical history, part I. The Fatherland (1450-1750)... / Julius Friedrich Sachse ; part II. The German exodus to England in 1709... / by Frank Ried Diffenderffer ; Augustus Ev. Lutheran Church, Trappe, Pa. record of marriages, confirmations and burials... ; The records of St. Michaelis and Zion Congregation of Philadelphia --

Contents (continued) -- v. 8. Pennsylvania the German influence in its settlement and development, a narrative and critical history, part III. The German emigration to America, 1709-1740 / by Henry Eyster Jacobs ; Church register of the United Reformed and Lutheran Church, called Blimyers, in Hopewell Township, York County, Pa. ; The records of St. Michaelis and Zion Congregation of Philadelphia -- An argument demonstrating that the first discoverers of America were German, not Latin / by H. M. M. Richards. -- v. 25. The Diarium of Magister Johannes Kelpius, with annotations / by Julius F. Sachse ; The Braddock Expedition ... / by Julius F. Sachse -- v. 26. The Pennsylvania German in civil life / by Benjamin Matthias Nead ; Valley Forge and the Pennsylvania Germans / by H.M.M. Richards ; Pennsylvania German dialect writings and their writers / by Harry Hess Reichard -- v. 27. A history of the Goshenhoppen Reformed Charge / by William John Hinke ; The Pennsylvania German in the Civil War / by Irvin P. Knipe -- v. 29. Social conditions among the Pennsylvania Germans in the eighteenth century / by James Owen Knauss, jr. -- v. 30. A dictionary of the non-English words of the Pennsylvania German dialect, with an appendix / by Marcus Bachman Lambert -- v. 32. The Pennsylvania Germans in the British military prisons of the Revolutionary War / by H.M.M. Richards ; The evolution of an American patriot, an intimate study of the patriotic activities of John Henry Miller / by Charles Frederick Dapp ; The Weiser family / by H.M.M. Richards -- v. 33. Rebuilding our forest heritage / by Joseph S. Illick ; The racial composition of the Pennsylvania Germans / by Samuel C. Schmucker ; Fort Allen in Westmoreland County, Pa. / by William A. Zundel ; Plant names and plant lore among the Pennsylvania Germans / by David E. Lick and Thomas R. Brendle -- v. 49. The old order Amish of Lancaster Co. / C. G. Bachman -- v. 52. Bird names and bird lore among the Pennsylvania Germans / W.J. Rupp.

Library missing: Vol. 1-8, 25-27, 29, 30, 32-33, 48-50, 52, 54-55, 57, 59-62.

Library has: Vol. 9 (film only), v. 10 part 1 (film only), v. 10 part 2, v. 11-15 (film only), v. 16-18, v. 19 (film only), v. 20-21, v. 22 (film only), v. 23, v. 24 (film only), v. 28, v. 31, v. 34-36, v. 37-38 (film only), v. 39-42, v. 42 copy 2, v. 43-44, v. 44 copy 2, v. 45, v. 46 (oversize book), v. 47, v. 51, v. 53, v. 56, v. 58, v. 63.

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