The tragedy of German-America; the Germans in the United States of America during the nineteenth century--and after, by John A. Hawgood ...


New York, London, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1940.

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American
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E184.G3 H27 Available Request
Subjects Germans -- United States -- History.
Description xviii p., 1 ?., 21-334 p. 22 cm.
Notes "This study ... was made possible by the author's tenure of a fellowship of the Rockefeller Foundation in the years 1928 and 1929, and by a grant made to him by the Foundation in 1934."--Pref.
Contents pt. I. The German as a settler in the United States.--pt. II. New Germanies on American soil.--pt. III. The significance of the hyphen in German-American history.--Bibliographical notes (p. [309]-329)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00854782
(OCoLC)854782
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