5 edition of Early German American newspapers found in the catalog.
In Pennsylvania-German Society. Proceedings and addresses, 1908, v. 19.
|Statement||by Daniel Miller.|
|Series||Pennsylvania : the German influence in its settlement and development,, pt. 22, Publications of the Pennsylvania German Society ;, v. 19.|
|LC Classifications||F146 .P23 vol. 19|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||12005924|
April News articles, editorials, op-eds, letters to the editor and political cartoons regarding the German Student Association's call for "Action against the Un-German Spirit.". May 10 - 17, News articles about the Nazi book burnings.. May 11 - 31, Editorials, op-eds, letters to the editor, and political cartoons reacting to the book burnings and Nazi suppression of free speech. I am pleased to announce that the following Early American newspapers are now available digitally through the following links. With the exception of the American Israelite and American Hebrew and Jewish Messenger, all newspapers are freely available through the Historical Jewish Press website Columbia is very proud to have been involved, with New York University [ ].
Although newspapers have existed in some form since ancient Roman times, the modern newspaper primarily stems from German papers printed in the early s with Gutenberg’s printing press. Early European papers were based on two distinct models: the small, dense Dutch corantos and the larger, more expansive German weeklies. Access to digitized historic newspapers, an interface sponsored by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. Contents also include online newspapers from other institutions in German-speaking countries. (Facsimile images and some transcriptions) Historic German Newspapers Online; Gathered from various local, regional and national portals.
Newspapers are an important source for vital records, etc., during the period before Pennsylvania began keeping civil vital records.. History [edit | edit source]. Pennsylvania's first newspaper was the American Weekly Mercury published in Philadelphia in Ben Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette began in Pennsylvania presses published German-language newspapers as early as the. Many newspaper titles published in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in the United States and the Caribbean are available in America's Historical Newspapers, , including Early American Newspapers. Includes Series 1, 2, 3, and 6 of Early American Newspapers. Articles are reproduced as PDFs.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally appeared in: Pennsylvania-German Society. Proceedings and addresses,v. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Miller, Daniel, Early German American newspapers. Lancaster, Pa., Pennsylvania-German Society, The purpose of this work is to make Daniel Miller's history of the German-American press, from its beginnings in the early eighteenth century toaccessible to those interested in German-American history.
As Miller provides a basic introductory survey of the press of this period, this work Author: Don Heinrich Tolzmann. As Miller provides a basic introductory survey of the press of this period, this work Early German American newspapers book essential for those seeking information on German-American history in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
This work provides a chronological survey covering the German-American press in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, the South, and the : Don Heinrich Tolzmann. Early German American newspapers by Miller, Daniel, Publication date Topics German-American newspapers, American newspapers Publisher Lancaster, Pa., Pennsylvania-German Society Collection PennsylvaniaGermans; upenn; americana Digitizing sponsor Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation ContributorPages: Early American newspapers, often printed by small-town printers, documented the daily life of hundreds of diverse American communities, supported different political parties and recorded both majority and minority views.
This growing digital collection of early American newspapers is the most extensive resource of its kind. With thousands of titles from all 50 states and the.
Still, while German-American culture might be extinct, German-Americans have continued to make a mark on the country, from Neil Armstrong, the astronaut, to Robert B.
Zoellick, a. German American journalism includes newspapers, magazines, and the newer media, with coverage of the reporters, editors, commentators, producers and other key personnel.
The German Americans were thoroughly assimilated by the s, and German language publications one by. Search over newspaper titles from the largest collection of newspaper archives online. Find marriage, birth, obituaries, local news, sports and more for people. Early German American newspapers.
Author: Miller, Daniel, Published Record Source: Published Materials. Subjects and Genres: Book Newspaper Microfilm 81 Manuscript 49 Journal 10 Serial 8 more Electronic 3 Kit 3. The history of American newspapers begins in the early 18th century with the publication of the first colonial newspapers.
American newspapers began as modest affairs—a sideline for printers. They became a political force in the campaign for American ing independence the first amendment to U.S.
Constitution guaranteed freedom of the press. At the height of World War I, American culture, particularly the press, exhibited an anti-German animus. Propaganda routinely emerged that referred to Germans as “Huns” and displayed German soldiers as “brutes.” In Indiana, this resulted in the widespread closure of German newspapers like the Täglicher Telegraph und Tribüne, the renaming of the Indianapolis-mainstay Das Deutsche.
Early American Newspapers is a real research gem for historians, all levels of college students, and genealogists. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Lower-level undergraduates through researchers/faculty; general readers.” — C.
Bruns, California State University-Fullerton, reviewing Early American Newspapers, Seriesin Choice (July ).
- The first German-language newspaper, Philadelphische Zeitung, was published in the United publishing flourished in Philadelphia and in smaller communities such as Ephrata, Pennsylvania.
- John Peter Zenger, who came to America as an indentured servant from the Palatinate region of Germany, founded a newspaper, The New-York Weekly Journal; two years later. Their numbers and dedication to maintaining their language and culture made Germans the most influential force in the American foreign-language press—in the s, the German-language newspapers accounted for about 4/5 of non-English publications, and bymore than 1, German newspapers were being published in the United States.
Timothy Hughes Rare & Early Newspapers P.O. Box Williamsport, PA Phone: Fax: E-mail: [email protected] Hours Monday through Friday, - 4 (ET) Full Contact Information. Book Overview The purpose of this work is to make Daniel Miller's history of the German-American press, from its beginnings in the early eighteenth century toaccessible to those interested in German-American history.
On the part of the newspaper editors, there was some skepticism about the early stories. In World War I, American newspapers had published a lot of stories about German atrocities -- Author: Jennie Rothenberg Gritz. Newspaper Title City State Language Est. or Actual Start Date Est. or Actual End Date Issues Available More Issues Coming.
Alabama: Alabama State Journal. With the war, German Americans became a perceived security threat. They also got a new nickname. “The number one American term for Germans in the first world war w[as] ‘the Huns,’” Schade Author: Becky Little. Early German American Papers.
Following Is the number of German papers, many being dailies, published in the several states: Alabama 2, Arkan- sas 3, Califor Colorado 2, Connecticut 5, Delaware I, District of Columbia i, Florida i, Georgia 2, Illin Indi I Kan Kentucky 6, Louisi- ana I, Maryland 7 (all. The result, according to Laurel Leff, the leading expert on American coverage of the Holocaust, was a “feedback loop”: The Roosevelt administration.
Subscription Databases. MdHS Catalog and Collections Web sites. Free Databases and Web sites. SUBSCRIPTION DATABASES--These are subscription databases available only on-site at the MdHS:Early American Newspapers —searchable and browsable newspapers from 23 states and the District of Columbia from the s toincluding such Maryland newspapers as the Baltimore .