Max Kade Institute

for German-American Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Library and Archives Catalog

This catalog contains bibliographic records detailing 18th- to early 20th-century imprints in the German language printed in North America, as well as monographs, papers, articles, genealogical histories, pamphlets, book chapters, and other documents in English and German.

Please note that items do not circulate from the Max Kade Institute Library.

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Haag, Earl C. Der Alt Professer: Es Neinuhr Schtick. The Press-Herald (Pine Grove, Pa). The Press-Herald (Pine Grove, Pa) (1984).
Haag, Earl C. A Pennsylvania German Reader And Grammar. University Park: Pennsylvania State Unversity Press, 1982.
Haag, Earl C. A Pennsylvania German Anthology. Selinsgrove: Susquehanna University press, 1988.
Haarbeck, L. Ein Treuer Bruder. Lahr (Baden) and New York, N.Y.: Kaufmann, n.d.
Haarbeck, L. Die Ferienreise. Milwaukee, Wis.: Northwestern, n.d.
Haas, J. C. Liederkranz Fuer Christliche Schulen. Vol. 7te Auflage. Philadelphia, Pa. and Leipzig: Schaefer & Koradi, 1869.
Haas, Oscar. A Chronological History Of The Singers Of German Songs In Texas. Vol. 1st ed. New Braunfels, Tex.: the author, 1948.
Habein, Jr., Harold C. Our Ancestors In 1858: Southern Minnesota Ancestors. Germanic Genealogy Journal 11, no. 2. Germanic Genealogy Journal (2008): 13-15, ill.
Habein, Jr., Harold C. A Civil War Soldier. Germanic Genealogy Journal 9, no. 2. Germanic Genealogy Journal (2006): 15-16.
Haberland, Paul M. The Reception Of German Literature In Baltimore's Literary Magazines, 1800-1875. Journal Of German-American Studies 7. Journal Of German-American Studies (1974): 69-92.
Haberstroh, Richard. The Use Of The Term 'evangelical' Among German Protestants. Der Blumenbaum, Sacramento German Genealogy Society 17, no. 4. Der Blumenbaum, Sacramento German Genealogy Society (2000): 149-150.
Hacklaender, F. WFriedri. Wachtstubenabenteuer. Philadelphia, Pa.: Morwitz, n.d.