3 edition of German Religious Life In Colonial Times found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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Money in Colonial Times (Y) From the Federal reserve bank of Philadelphia. Sail to the New World (Y,M,O,T) Explore Colonial America through Tapestry of Grace. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Home Educator Experience (Y,M,O,T) Learn about running a household and preparing foods, colonial diversions and pastimes as well as education and. The Germans in Colonial Times examines the life of the earliest German settlers, their lives, their participation in the colonies, and even their part in the Revolutionary War. This book is a facsimile reprint of the original work by Lucy Forney Bittinger. Her initial release was in
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German Religious Life In Colonial Times: Bittinger, Lucy F.: : Books. German religious life in colonial times — First published in Subjects German Americans, Religious life, Germans, 18th century, Church historyPages: German religious life in colonial times - Kindle edition by Bittinger, Lucy Forney.
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Philadelphia: J.B. Printable version German Religious Life in Colonial Times - Lucy F. Bittinger. This volume is in many respects a sequel the author’s previous work, The Germans in Colonial Times, which describes the German settlements in America down to the American Revolution.
However, in this volume the emphasis is on their religious motivations. German religious life in colonial times.
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By means of research on sites of the colonial hinterland and the agency of entangled people, the book reveals the simmering impact of the past encounters on indigenous religious, cultural, political, and socio.
This book covers the early German-American experience for those who emigrated, including settlement patterns and the diffusion of German culture into American society. The author culminates this. And the last portion of the book describing the German participation in the Revolution was also interesting.
But large portions of the middle of the book were basically just histories of the various German religious sects, who led them, what they believed in and what happened to s: 1. Lucy Forney Bittinger is the author of The Germans in Colonial Times ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), German Religious Life In Co /5(5).
And the last portion of the book describing the German participation in the Revolution was also interesting. But large portions of the middle of the book were basically just histories of the various German religious sects, who led them, what they believed in and what happened to them.
I personally found that to be boring, thus the s: 1. Hopeful Journeys: German Immigration, Settlement, and Political Culture in Colonial America, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, Excellent account of colonial German migration that divides its attention between the lands left behind in Europe, explaining why the Germans left, and the new world they found in America.
A German Hero of the Colonial Times of Pennsylvania: Or, The Life and Times of Henry Antes. Edwin MacMinn. Lovell, - Pennsylvania - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book.
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A German Hero of the Colonial Times of Pennsylvania; Or, the Life and Times of Henry Antes It was during this period of earnest religious work that death entered into Antes Reviews: 1.
In the s, Quakers fleeing religious persecution in England began to settle in a colony created by William Penn (), known as Pennsylvania. Within a decade, thousands of Quakers had immigrated to North America. Pennsylvania soon became a home for German religious communities as well.
German Settlement in Pennsylvania An Overview Ina group of Quakers and Mennonites from the Krefeld region of the Rhineland founded the city of Germantown, the first recorded German settlement in the English colonies.
Mennonites were religious dissenters who believed in adult baptism and absolute pacifism. A child's life in colonial America would differ greatly, depending on the time and place in which the child lived. Learn about the range of experiences in colonial America from the diaries of Patience Whipple (Plymouth, ) and Catherine Carey Logan (Pennsylvania, ).
Colonial Period Timeline St. Augustine is founded by the Spanish.— Mohawk Valley people and customs — Farming, social and religious life — Sports and pastimes of the days before the revolution — A Schenectady Dutch colonial dame's tea party. There is a large element of population in the valley today which is descended from what we call the "Mohawk Dutch," for want of a better name.Parochial schools started in colonial times and continued through the nineteenth century, sometimes sponsored by nonreligious organizations such as a local German school society which functioned as legal owner of the school.
Religion was important to German immigrants and the lack of ministers attracted Moravian missionaries in the early.