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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Saenger, Ulrich. Before Cross Plains: The Immigrants From Cologne Bay. In Wisconsin German Land And Life, 37-55, ill. Wisconsin German Land And Life. Madison, Wis.: Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, 2006.
Safriet, Elfe. Book Review. In Tonlose Lieder, 196-7. Tonlose Lieder. Siegen: Universitaet-Gesamthochschule Siegen, 1986.
Saint-Jacques, Roger. La Catastrophe Du Pont Ferroviaire De Beloeil. Deutschkanadisches Jahrbuch / German-Canadian Yearbook IX. Deutschkanadisches Jahrbuch / German-Canadian Yearbook (1986): 97-124.
Salamon, Sonya. Cultural Dimensions Of Land Tenure In The United States. In Who Owns America? Social Conflict Over Property Rights, 159-181. Who Owns America? Social Conflict Over Property Rights. Madison, Wis.: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1998.
Salber, Ron. Our Ancestors In 1858: The Salber Brothers Of Wuerttemberg. Germanic Genealogy Journal 11, no. 2. Germanic Genealogy Journal (2008): 19.
Salins, Peter D. Assimilation, American Style. New York, N.Y.: BasicBooks, 1997.
Salloch, Erika. "traces Of Fascist Ideology In American Professional Journals, 1933-1945". In Teaching German In America: Prolegomena To A History, 253-270. Teaching German In America: Prolegomena To A History. Madison, WI: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1988.
Salmons, Joseph C. But Hoosiers Do Speak German: An Overview Of German In Indiana. Yearbook Of German-American Studies 21. Yearbook Of German-American Studies (1986): 155-166.
Salmons, Joseph C. Approaches To English In Some Indiana German Newspapers. In The German-American Press, 183-194. The German-American Press. Madison, Wis.: Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, 1992.
Salmons, Joseph. The Role Of Community And Regional Structure In Language Shift. In Regionalism In The Age Of Globalism, Volume 1: Concepts Of Regionalism, 129-138. Regionalism In The Age Of Globalism, Volume 1: Concepts Of Regionalism. Madison, Wis.: Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2005.
Salmons, Joseph C. The German Language In America, 1683-1991. Madison, Wisconsin: Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, UW-Madison, 1993.

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