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The Merckel Family of Haßloch c1670 to c1770 By Dr. Douglas Miracle
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The history of the Merckel Family during the 1700s in the Haßloch (including Bohl, Iggelheim, and Lachen-Speyerdorf) area of the Palatine.
Doors in Aachen By John Fellman
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A photographic survey of doors and their context in Aachen, Germany, focusing on the Palatine Chapel at Charlemagne's palace.
A History of Herkimer County By Nathaniel Benton
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Published originally in 1856, Nathaniel Benton’s history of Herkimer County is centered on the stirring events of the American Revolution in the Mohawk Valley and provides vivid descriptions... More > of the Palatine Germans and their Mohawk neighbors. Writing in a colorful Victorian style, Judge Benton does not hide his own strong views. Abridged version.< Less
A History of Herkimer County By Nathaniel Benton
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Published originally in 1856, Nathaniel Benton’s history of Herkimer County is centered on the stirring events of the American Revolution in the Mohawk Valley and provides vivid descriptions... More > of the Palatine Germans and their Mohawk neighbors. Writing in a colorful Victorian style, Judge Benton does not hide his own strong views. Abridged version.< Less
MATTHIAS BRUCH By John-Richard Cedric Prugh
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Born in 1708 in the Palatine village of Leistadt, Johann Matthias Bruch came to America in 1736 and became the progenitor of a large and prosperous family in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. ... More > Matthias Bruch, His Life and Times tells his story for the first time, including large amounts of hitherto unpublished information, such as the revelation of Matthias Bruch’s place of birth, the reason for his emigration, and the identity of his wife. A genealogy of three generations of his father’s descendants in the Palatinate and Pennsylvania is also included. Matthias Bruch, His Life and Times is the product of years of research spanning two continents and is the first in a series of books that will chronicle the history of the Prugh family.< Less
Ancient Rome By Aggie Sterrett
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Beautiful Infrared photographs of Ancient Rome' Architecture
Surviving Four Migrations: The Loucks of Haliburton By Orie Loucks
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A history of the Loucks family: France to Germany, to New York State, and Ontario from the 1620's to the present.
A Stately and Hardworking People By Belinda Black
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This family history traces the paternal lineage of the Black family of Davidson County, North Carolina back to a probable German progenitor, Jacob Schwartz. The family settled near creeks in what is... More > today Thomasville, and Lexington, North Carolina. The Blacks were farmers and artisans and a strong thread of craftsmanship is woven throughout their heritage.< Less
CARLETON G CRAMER ANCESTRY from EARLIEST RECORDS: 17th Century Germany - 20th Century United States By Janice R Cramer
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This book is a prequel to "Carleton Gonya Cramer, an Uncommon Common Man: February 14, 1901 – December 10, 1986" by Donald Marvin Cramer & sibs. It traces the lives of our direct... More > ancestors: Antoni Kraemer 1660/80 – 1724; Johannes/John Cramer 1715-1775; Zachariah Cramer 1753-1818; Henry Cramer 1799-1880; Charles Henry Cramer 1829-1894; Robert B Cramer 1873 – 1936.< Less
They Came from Germany, Aboard the Thistle By Rev. James R. Hawk
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Thousands of German migrants came to the New World during the 1700s. The Grindstaff’s sailed aboard the Thistle in the year 1738. They came when plundering wars and religious persecutions had... More > reduced the Lower Palatinate to a wasteland, when people ate grass and leaves, when graves were guarded, and children were kept near their mothers, when passenger ships were loaded beyond capacity, with bunk beds almost everywhere, when hundreds were buried at sea, when lengthy voyages caused rationing of bread and water, and selling of available ship rats and mice, when churning sea gales rose like mountains and tumbled over frightened migrants, when the unhealthy were unwelcome at the port in Philadelphia. The year of 1738 was the worst of sailing seasons, famously called the year of the “destroying angels”. The Grindstaff descendants are traced through battles of the Revolutionary War, the War Between the States, the War of 1812, and forays against the Cherokee Indian Nation.< Less