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The printed birth and baptismal certificates of the German Americans

by Klaus Stopp
Stopp, Klaus (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
  • English
  • German
  • East Berlin, Pennsylvania : K. Stopp, c1997-1998
  • Clayton, Delaware : Russell D. Earnest Associates, c2014
7 v. : ill. (some col.).
  • 3000008330 v. 1.
  • 3000013571 v. 2.
  • 300001358X v. 3.
  • 3000028285 v. 5
  • 3000028286 v. 6.

Notes

Text in English with the German appearing on the certificates.

Includes index in each volume to the family names on the certificates.

A catalog of artists/printers and printing places for the birth and baptismal certificates used by the Pennsylvania Germans. Family names given on the certificates are indexed.

Contents: v. 1. General part; Forms anonymously published; Pennsylvania: Allentown-Bath [places of printing] -- v. 2. Pennsylvania: Carlisle-Hanover -- v. 3. Pennsylvania: Harrisburg-Philadelphia -- v. 4. Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh-Reading -- v. 5. Pennsylvania: St. Clair-York; Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Virginia -- v. 6. Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, New York, Wisconsin, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, France, supplement v. 7. Klaus Stopp remembered, Taufscheine documented since the printing of v. 6.

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