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.

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Laabs, H. H. 125Th Year Serving The Community Lord Jesus Christ - 1847-1972. Township of Jackson, Washington County, WI: Cedar Valley Kettle Moraine Mill Road Congregation of Emmanuel, n.d.
Labriola, Patrick. German Intellectual History And American Romanticism: Spirit, Nature Philosophy, And The Occult. Yearbook Of German-American Studies 37. Yearbook Of German-American Studies (2002): 79-90.
Lach, Edith. Berczys Bemuehungen Um Ordnung Und Aesthetik. Eine Analyse Seiner "fragmente Ueber Die Geographie Geschichte Und Naturgeschichte Von Ober Und Unter Canada". Deutschkanadisches Jahrbuch / German-Canadian Yearbook IX. Deutschkanadisches Jahrbuch / German-Canadian Yearbook (1986): 63-70.
Lacher, J. HAJohn. The German Element In Wisconsin. Milwaukee: Steuben Society of America, 1925.
Lacher, J. HAJohn. Francis A. Hoffmann Of Illinois And Hans Buschbauer Of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Magazine Of History 13, no. 4. Wisconsin Magazine Of History (1930): 327-355, ill.
Laengin, Bernd G. The Russian Germans Under The Double Eagle And The Soviet Star: Including A Pictorial History Of Cities, Landscapes And People. Fargo, ND: Germans from Russia Heritage Collection, North Dakota State University Libraries, 2011.
Laessig, Simone, and Cornelia Wilhelm. German Jews In The United States: A Guide To Research Resources. Bulletin Of The German Historical Institute no. 39. Bulletin Of The German Historical Institute (2006): 101-105.
Lagerwey, Wallace. Review Of "the Germans In Chicago" By Rudolf Hofmeister. (Champaigne, Ill.: Stipes Publishing Co., 1976.). Journal Of German-American Studies 12, no. 3. Journal Of German-American Studies (1977): 73-74.
Lake, David L. A Salute That Failed: The German-American Bund In Milwaukee. Wisconsin Academy Review 39, no. 2. Wisconsin Academy Review (1993): 14-18, ill.
Lake, Ann MB. The Amish: A Plain People. Cobblestone: The History Magazine For Young People 8, no. 11. Cobblestone: The History Magazine For Young People (1987): 6-11, ill.
Lalor, John J. The Germans In The West. Society For German-American Studies Newsletter 21, no. 2. Society For German-American Studies Newsletter (2000): 9-15.
Lambert, Karen, and Thomas F Stander. Samuel's Lutheran Church In Butler County, Ohio. Journal Of German-American Studies 11, no. 3-4. Journal Of German-American Studies (1976): 70.