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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Nachtwey, Sharon Jens. One Room Was Enough: A History Of Industrial Hollow Grade School. [Center Township, Outagamie County, WI]: Sharon Jens Nachtwey, 2008.
Nadel, Stanley. The Forty-Eighters And The Politics Of Class In New York City. In The German Forty-Eighters In The United States, 51-66. The German Forty-Eighters In The United States. New York: Peter Lang, 1989.
Nagel, Paul. The Nagel Story. Eau Claire, WI, n.d.
Nagelbach, A. The "siebenbuerg" Saxons. Society For German-American Studies Newsletter 16, no. 3. Society For German-American Studies Newsletter (1995): 18-22.
Nagler, Joerg. Frontier Socialism: The Founding Of New Ulm, Minnesota, By German Workers And Freethinkers. In Emigration And Settlement Patterns Of German Communities In North America, 178-192. Emigration And Settlement Patterns Of German Communities In North America. Indianapolis, IND: Max Kade German-American Center, 1995.
Nagler, Franz Ludwig. Bilder Aus Der Weltgeschichte. Cincinnati, Ohio: Curts & Jennings, 1897.
Nagler, Joerg. Deutschamerikaner Und Das "liberal Republican Movement" 1872. Amerikastudien / American Studies Jahrgang 33, no. Heft 4. Amerikastudien / American Studies (1988): 415-438.
Nagler, Joerg. Ethnic Persistence And Transformation: A Response To Kathleen N. Conzen. In Making Their Own America: Assimilation Theory And The German Peasant Pioneer. Washington, D.c.: German Historical Institute, 38-44. Making Their Own America: Assimilation Theory And The German Peasant Pioneer. Washington, D.c.: German Historical Institute, 1990.
Nagler, Joerg. From Emigrant To Immigrant: On The Situation Of German Immigrants In The United States During The Second Half Of The 19Th Century. Jetzt Wohnst Du In Einem Freien Land; Zeitschrift Für Kulturaustausch 39, no. 3. Jetzt Wohnst Du In Einem Freien Land; Zeitschrift Für Kulturaustausch (1989): pp. 302-311.
Nagler, Joerg. The Lincoln-Fremont Debate And The Forty-Eighters. In The German Forty-Eighters In The United States, 157-178. The German Forty-Eighters In The United States. New York: Peter Lang, 1989.
Nath, Dorothea. German American Records. (Gathered From Niles' Weekly Register). German American Annals 2, n.s. German American Annals (1904): 83-105.

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