The Pennsylvania Germans

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INDEX
Adams, President John, 19, 20
Adams County, Pa., 22, 262
Afrikaans, comparison with Pennsylvania German, 157 agrarian philosophy, 49, 87, 90. 106, 126, 243
Albright College, 114
Alemannic, 261, 262, 271
Alien and Sedition Acts, 20, 21 Allentown, Pa., 21, 61, 62, 134,
235
Allentown Call-Chronicle, 223
Allentown Democrat, 203
Allentown Evening Chronicle, 194
Allentown Liederkranz, 223
Allentown Morning Call, 160, 162, 191, 262, 269 almanacs, 62, 131, 280
American Council of Learned Societies, 258
American Historical Association, 254
American Reformed Coetus, 112
Americanization, 242, 245, 246
Amherst's Expedition, 228
Amish, 9, 23, 29, 36, 53, 54, 109, 125, 227; Church Amish, 54; Old Order of Amish, 55
Amman, 71
Anabaptists, 60, 67, 68
Anglicizing, 48, 49, 90, 110, 117, 124, 145
Anglo-Americans, 112
Anglophiles, 246
Argentina, 83
Arndt, Peter, 207
Arthur, Ill., 24 assimilation, 22, 163, 249
Atlantic Monthly, 251
Audenried, William, 117
Ausbund, a German hymnal, 63
Bach Festival (Bethlehem, Pa.), 114, 170 "Badalya Daag", see Muster Day Baer, George F., 241
Baer, John, 136, 151
Bahn, Rachel, 178, 179, 190
Ballict, Hon. E. J. (Patsy), 218
Baltic, Ohio, 151
Baltimore, Md., 43
bank failures, 44
banks, 44
Barba, Preston A., 162, 192, 201, 220 barns, 39, 40; Swiss or bank, 37, 53; Irish, 41
Bauernfreund, Der, Bauernfreund und Pennsburg Demokrat, 140, 143, 150, 152; Bauernfreund (Sumneytown), 135, 144
Bausman, Rev. Benjamin, 175 Beck, J. A., 175
Bedford County, Pa., 262
Benner, Enos, 144
Berks County, Pa., 7, 9, 16, 22, 24, 109, 125, 147, 233, 262, 264
Bethlehem, Pa., 20, 61
Bible, 47, 105, 110; King James Bible, 131; Lutheran Bible, 105, 131
bilingualism (of newspaper men), 137
Birmelin, John, 162, 171, 192, 196, 220
Blair County, Pa., 262
Blue Ball, Pa., 63
Blue Mountains (of Pennsylvania), 10

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