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Intimate glimpses of Pennsylvania Germans


Description
Statement of Responsibility:
edited by Homer T. Rosenberger
Authors:
Rosenberger, Homer Tope
Rose Hill Seminar on Pennsylvania History (3rd : 1965 : Waynsboro, Pa.)
Media Type:
Text
Genealogical Resource
Item Type:
Books
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.; Contents : Introduction / by Homer Tope Rosenberger [p. v-vi] -- Voluntarism and the colonial Lutheran and Reformed clergy / by Dr. Charles H. Gladfelter [p. 1-6] -- The Papers of David Rittenhouse / by Milton Rubincam [p. 7-20] -- The Pennsylvania Germans in partisan politics, 1754-1965 / by Dr. Arthur D. Graeff [p. 21-32] -- Henry Snavely Heilman : Pennsylvania German bibliophile / by Dr. Robert M. Kline [p. 33-42] -- Pennsylvania German humor / by Rev. Clarence R. Rahn [p. 43-54] --A Treasury of Pennsylvania German literature / by Francis Coleman Rosenberger [p. 55-95] -- Dedication of a hemlock to Daniel Luke Biemesderfer during the third Rose Hill Seminar on Pennsylvania History, June 26, 1965 / by Henry E. Clepper [p. 96-98]
Publisher:
Rose Hill Seminar with the assistance of the Pennsylvania German Society
Place of Publication:
Gettysburg, PA
Edition:
1st ed.
Collation:
vi, 98 p. : ill.
Date of Original:
c1966
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Rittenhouse, David, 1732-1796--Biography ; Rittenhouse family ; Heilman, Henry Snavely, 1838-1911--Biography ; Heilman family
ID Number:
974.8 4 Rosen 1966
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Location of Original:
Toronto Reference Library, Humanities and Social Sciences
Contact
The Ontario Genealogical Society
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Intimate glimpses of Pennsylvania Germans