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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Jackson, Gregory L. Bi-Lingual German Churches In The Lutheran Church In America. German-American Studies 9. German-American Studies (1975): 11-15.
Jackson, Gregory L. St. Peter's German And Saxon Lutheran Church. Journal Of German-American Studies 10. Journal Of German-American Studies (1975): 30-32,34.
Jacob, Alexandra. The Low German Project Of 2002: Update. Dat Pommersche Blatt no. 40. Dat Pommersche Blatt (2004): 8-10, ill.
Jacob, Alexandra. Low German In Wisconsin. Max Kade Institute Friends Newsletter 11, no. 2. Max Kade Institute Friends Newsletter (2002): 4-5.
Jacobi, Juliane. Schoolmarm, Volkserzieher, Kantor, And Schulschwester: German Teachers Among Immigrants During The Second Half Of The Nineteenth Century. In German Influences On Education In The United States To 1917, 115-128. German Influences On Education In The United States To 1917. Washington, D.C.; Cambridge; New York: German Historical Institute; Cambridge University Press, 1995.
Jacobs, Harvey M, and Ellen M Bassett. Amish Living: An Outreach Primer. Madison: University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1995.
Jacobs, Henry Eyster. The German Emigration To America, 1709-1740. In German Immigration To America: The First Wave. German Immigration To America: The First Wave. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1993.
Jacobs, Harvey M. Who Owns America? Social Conflict Over Property Rights. Madison, Wis.: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1998.
Jacobsen, Eric Paul. Do-It-Yourself Shop-Around Activities. Die Unterrichtspraxis/teaching German 31, no. 1. Die Unterrichtspraxis/teaching German (1998): 67-69.
Jacobson, Cynthia. West Prussians To Big Rapids, Michigan. Germanic Genealogy Journal 6, no. 4. Germanic Genealogy Journal (2003): 18.
Jacobson, Cynthia. Spotlight On West Prussia. Germanic Genealogy Journal 15, no. 1. Germanic Genealogy Journal (2012): 5-13, ill. (maps).
Jacobson, Gloria. Two For America: The True Story Of A Swiss Immigrant. Blanchardville, WI: Ski Printers, Inc., 1986.
Jaeckle, Jan, and Tom Jaeckle. The Early Years Of The San Antonio Liederkranz. The Journal (German-Texan Heritage Society) 22, no. 1. The Journal (German-Texan Heritage Society) (2000): 30-34.
Jaeger, Omar. Civil War History Of Charles Hammond Jaeger. Dat Pommersche Blatt no. 51. Dat Pommersche Blatt (2007): 12.
Jaeger, Ruth. Werner Jaeger. In Germans In Boston, 19-22. Germans In Boston, 1981.
Jaeger-Sunstenau, Hanns. General-Index Zu Den Siebmacher'schen Wappenbuechern 1605-1967. Graz, Austria: Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt, 1984.

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