Virginia Under Charles I and Cromwell, 1625-1660
Today, Wisconsin represents one of our "Germanest" states, with no less that 55 percent of its population claiming German origin. J. H. A. Lacher's treatise on the German element of Wisconsin, originally published in 1925, is still the standard introduction to its subject. The first section of the work focuses on Wisconsin's rich German religious establishment: Catholics, Lutherans, German Evangelical Synod, German Reformed, Evangelical Association, Liberals and Jews. Section Two looks at representative German-Americans and their vocations in Wisconsin. The third section of the book homes in upon Wisconsin German politics, the German press, sports, thrift, men of letters, German place names and patronymics, and the impact of World War I. Genealogists will find references to some 750 German surnames at the back of this volume.
Specifications of Virginia Under Charles I and Cromwell, 1625-1660
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