5 edition of The Pennsylvania German collection found in the catalog.
The Pennsylvania German collection
Philadelphia Museum of Art.
|Statement||Beatrice B. Garvan.|
|Series||Handbooks in American art ;, no. 2|
|Contributions||Garvan, Beatrice B.|
|LC Classifications||NK835.P4 P5 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 372 p. :|
|Number of Pages||372|
|LC Control Number||79093027|
We live in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, which has a rich heritage of German culture and dishes that include sauerkraut, potatoes and sausage. We enjoy this recipe on cold winter evenings, along with muffins and fruit. The "mmm's" start with the first whiff as the door opens after school or work. —Linda Lohr, Lititz, : Ellie Martin Cliffe. Historical Society of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania-German collection Author Eagle Book Store 7 Peters, Gustav Sigismund, 7 Ebner, Heinrich, 4 Blumer, Alexander Augustus, 3 Krebs, F. (Friedrich), 2 Abraham Harley Cassel, 1 more.
Pennsylvania Dutch, Germans, Ships Publisher Norristown, Penn.: Pennsylvania German Society Collection findmypastpersi; americana Digitizing sponsor Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English Volume Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources. FamilySearch Catalog: Pennsylvania German church records, — Attention: This site does not support the current version of your web browser.
The library also maintains a small collection of newer books, including a substantial children's book collection, that that may be borrowed by members of the Society. History of the library: The German Society of Pennsylvania’s library was begun in , 53 years after the Society’s founding, for the education and entertainment of its members. Fraktur is a highly artistic and elaborate illuminated folk art created by the Pennsylvania Dutch, named after the Fraktur script associated with it. Most Fraktur were created between and Fraktur drawings were executed in ink and/or watercolors and are found in a wide variety of forms: the Vorschriften (writing samples), the Taufscheine (birth and baptismal certificates), marriage Area: Pennsylviania.
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The Borneman Pennsylvania German Collection at the Free Library of Philadelphia is very fortunate to have a very small manuscript, Borneman Ms. 99, about 4" x 3 " in size, entitled continue reading What to Say While Fastening the Garland to the Gable.
Genre/Form: Catalogs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Philadelphia Museum of Art. Pennsylvania German collection. Philadelphia, Pa.: Philadelphia Museum. This book attempts to bring the reader, in one short volume, to a point where he or she can read the south German dialect known as "Pennsylvania Dutch".
Of the two that I know - from Frey (separately reviewed on Amazon) and Haag - this is the less polished but more accessible to those without a background in High by: The Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection Soon Available Online. This is the first of many blog posts about The Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection, which has been part of the Rare Book Department at the Free Library of Philadelphia (FLP) since KLG, out of 5 stars, Amazon.
Pennsylvania German Dictionary. Love this dictionary. The Dictionary is well composed and accurate. I use it as a study guide to learning the Pa German language. Kathy Cardman, out of 5 stars, Amazon. Pennsylvania German Phrases.
Phrase book is a wonderful tool for learning pa german. Pennsylvania painted dower chest, datedwith three tombstone panels with tulip decoration, 19 1/4'' h., 48'' w.
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Pennsylvania German Collection (Handbooks in 5/5(3). Pennsylvania German (Deitsch, Pennsilfaanisch-Deitsch listen (help info), Pennsilfaanisch), often called Pennsylvania Dutch, is a variety of West Central German spoken by the Old Order Amish, Old Order Mennonites and other descendants of German immigrants in the United States and Canada, closely related to the Palatine are possibly more thannative speakers in the Ethnicity: Pennsylvania Dutch.
Pennsylvania German Pioneers is a collection of the passenger lists of German immigrants who landed at Philadelphia from and took the oath of allegiance.
Generally only the names of the adult male passengers (age 16 and above) were recorded. Some of the. A Collection of Upwards of 30, Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and other Immigrants to Pennsylvania From to (I. Daniel Rupp,pages) This publication consists mostly of an extensive compilation of ship lists for European immigrants who ultimately settled in Pennsylvania.
A collection of Pennsylvania German books. If you want to learn how to speak and read the language spoken by the Amish and Mennonites there are many books here. We have children's coloring books, dictionaries, how to books, cookbooks, beliefs and more about. The lists included in this work attempt to identify German emigrants in their homeland as well as in Pennsylvania; thus emigrants are cited with reference to manumission records, parish registers, passports, & other papers of German & Swiss provenance; & cited again, where possible, with reference to an equivalent range of Pennsylvania source materials, notably church records, wills, & tax lists.4/5(1).
About this Book Catalog Record Details. Pennsylvania German pioneers; a publication of v Strassburger, Ralph Beaver, View full catalog. The German-American Archive, begun inholds a wealth of documents relating to German life in America, reaching back to the earliest German settlement in in Germantown, Pa.
Today the Archive, renamed the German American Collection, includes approximat books and pamphlets, and linear feet of manuscript collections. The Amish Today: An Analysis of Their Beliefs, Behavior and Contemporary Problems (Pennsylvania German Folklore Society Volume Twenty-Four XXIV) by Smith, Elmer Lewis and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at "Lindi un Lilli" is a children's book written in Pennsylvania German and English.
With so few books available in the PA-German language, this is a nice addition for parents to read to their children without having to translate from English to PA-German. Most Pennsylvania German speakers are not used to reading their native language. About this Book Catalog Record Details.
Pennsylvania German pioneers; a publication of v Strassburger, Ralph Beaver, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain in the United States, Google-digitized. A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants to Pennsylvania from to by Daniel L.
Rupp; GPC ( pages) ( pages) Originally published inthis book has been reprinted. Pennsylvania German Fraktur Collection A component of the Unger-Bassler German American Imprint Collection, this collection contains fine examples of printed and hand-colored taufscheins (birth and baptismal certificates), vorshrifts (writing examples), haus segens (house blessings), bucherzeichen (book plates), and drawings created by.
Vol 23 Suppl: The folklore of the Pennsylvania-German; a paper read before the Pennsylvania-German society at the annual meeting, York, Pennsylvania, October 14th, by.
Small Framed Reward of Merit with Bird Motif, America, 19th century, ink on card depicting a fanciful bird with the inscription "This may certify that James M.
Hale is a fine scholar and learns well (signed) Louisa Wells," the reverse inscribed "J.M. Hale, born June 4, Given him at the age of 5 or 6 yr. old.," (toning), 3 x 3 in., in a period brass frame.This book is a cornerstone in the written history of the German immigration to Pennsylvania. Neither a collection of family histories nor a collection of source records, it is nevertheless an extremely useful book for anyone undertaking research into Pennsylvania-German origins because it explains the background of German immigration, especially Palatine immigration, identifying the causes.Although very little remains of this early Catholic mission in Berks County, a small catholic prayerbook and catechism survives in the archive of the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center, formerly belonging to the collection of the late Florence Baver of the Followers: