2 edition of first century of German language printing in the United States of America found in the catalog.
first century of German language printing in the United States of America
by Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen in Göttingen
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Karl John Richard Arndt and Reimer C. Eck ; compiled by Gerd-J. Bötte and Werner Tannhof using a preliminary compilation by Annelies Müller.|
|Series||Publications of the Pennsylvania German Society ;, no. 21-22, Publications of the Pennsylvania German Society ;, v. 21-22.|
|Contributions||Arndt, Karl John Richard., Eck, Reimer C., Tannhof, Werner., Müller, Annelies., Seidensticker, Oswald, 1825-1894.|
|LC Classifications||GR110.P4 A372 vol. 21-22, Z208 A372 vol. 21-22|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xxix, 1245 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1245|
|LC Control Number||89216775|
In the first century of printing in America the number of printing establishments was never great. The largest of the shops probably had three presses, and most one or two. Compared to the great publishing right of London, to which the whole British Empire looked for printed matter, the output of the American colonies was small. American presses saw no other Bibles printed until well into the next century, when German emigrant Christopher Saur began production of the first European language Bibles printed in America: the German language Saur Bibles. The first edition of Saur’s German Bible came off an American press in In , Saur produced the first Bible.
First of all, the United States has never had an “official language”—English, German or any other—and doesn't have one nowadays. Nor was there any such vote in Congressional debate and a vote concerning German probably did take place in , but dealt with translating US laws into German, and the proposal to publish laws in Author: Hyde Flippo. Alles klar: An Integrated Approach to German Language and Culture, by Karl Otto, Wolff von Schmidt, et al., 2nd ed. ().Informed by a variety of approaches and techniques, Alles klar? offers a careful balance of communicative activities, cultural information, and contextualized grammar practice using a variety of sources such as realia, authentic texts, and audio-visual materials.
The Cambridge Press sold all first edition copies of The Bay Psalm Book, and Puritan congregations used the book to worship God and teach children to memorize the psalms. The book was sold at. The strength and vitality of German publishing was one of the cornerstones of German culture in America, and one of the reasons for its tremendous success. Since Johannes Gutenberg invented movable type in , Germans had been at the forefront of the printing industry in Europe, and they carried this tradition with them to the American colonies.
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Get this from a library. The first century of German language printing in the United States of America: a bibliography based on the studies of Oswald Seidensticker and Wilbur H. Oda. [Gerd-J Bötte; Karl John Richard Arndt; Reimer C Eck; Werner Tannhof; Annelies Müller; Oswald Seidensticker].
Get this from a library. The first century of German language printing in the United States of America a bibliography based on the studies of Oswald Seidensticker and Wilbur H. Oda Vol. 1 ( - ) / [Arndt, Karl John Richard ; Tannhof, Werner].
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The First Century of German Language Printing in the United States of America, Volume 2 ()Author: Unstated. Claim: A proposal to make German the official language of the United States of America was defeated in Congress by one vote.
Status: False. Origins: Legend has. Over 50 million Americans claim German ancestry, which makes them the largest single claimed ethnic group in the United million people in the United States speak the German language.
It is the second most spoken language in North Dakota (% of its population). In 16 states, it is the most spoken language other than English and ity: German Americans, Austrian Americans. The writings of Franz Daniel PastoriusGerman-American bibliography, AddendaPrinters and publishers of German books, papers, etc., Places of German printing arranged in the order of the first issuesPages: But his “legendary” role in preventing the adoption of German as the United States’ official language gained steam over the years.
The late German academic Willi Paul Adams published a study in that included an explanation of why so many people believed Muhlenberg acted to block a congressional resolution that would have made German. The recorded history of Germanic languages begins with their speakers’ first contact with the Romans, in the 1st century that time and for several centuries thereafter, there was only a single “Germanic” language, with little more than minor dialect differences.
Only after about the 6th century ad can one speak of a “German” (i.e., High German) language. The first century of German printing in America. ; prec [Seidensticker. Oswald.
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BOOK RE VIEW Karl J. Arndt and Reimer C. Eck, eds. The First Century of German Language Printing in the United States of America. Volume 1 ( ); Volume 2 (), comps. Gerd-J. Bötte and Werner Tannhof, with Annelies Müller.
Göttingen: Niederäschsische Staats- und Universitäts-bibliothek Göttingen, German (Deutsch, pronounced ()) is a West Germanic language that is mainly spoken in Central is the most widely spoken and official or co-official language in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, South Tyrol in Italy, the German-speaking Community of Belgium, and is one of the three official languages of Luxembourg and a co-official language in the Opole Voivodeship in ge family: Indo-European.
History of publishing - History of publishing - Magazine publishing: Though there may have been published material similar to a magazine in antiquity, especially perhaps in China, the magazine as it is now known began only after the invention of printing in the West.
It had its roots in the spate of pamphlets, broadsides, ballads, chapbooks, and almanacs that printing made possible. Even though large bookstores have for the most part shut down in America there are still many independent bookstores. Many of them cater to specific genres or types of books.
If learning languages and foreign translations are your things then these bookstores are a must see. The following is a listing of German bookstores and distributors both online and via telephone in the United States an Author: Ingrid Bauer.
Gutenberg Bible of the New York Public Library. Bought by James Lenox init was the first copy to be acquired by a United States citizen. The Gutenberg Bible (also known as the line Bible, the Mazarin Bible or the B42) was among the earliest major books printed using. * Special Subject Librarian (Anglo-American language and literature), Project Manager at the Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen, co-editor of the bibliography "The First Century of German Language Printing in the United States of America" [.
In fact, the first foreign-language newspaper in the United States was in German—Die Philadelphische Zeitung, begun by Benjamin Franklin in in his Philadelphia printing shop.
While this paper folded after only a few issues, German immigrants to Pennsylvania established numerous popular German publications in the eighteenth century. Great deals on Antiquarian & Collectible Books.
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which typically. The printing press is a device that allows for the mass production of uniform printed matter, mainly text in the form of books, pamphlets and newspapers. • Shoemaker ; First Century of German Language Printing in the U.S., Contemporary sheep framed in blind, spine with blind-ruled raised bands, abraded but solid.
One clasp lacking, one present and working. Moderate foxing; one sectional title with pencilled annotations. Clearly a volume that saw both use and reasonable care. Nicole Evelina 19th century, etymology, idioms, language, phrases, slang Merrymaking Wayside Inn by Pavel Petrovich Svinin [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons One of the interesting things I’m discovering as I write my next book (which takes place from to ) is that by the mid-late 19th century, American speech was both oddly.II.
The Beginnings and Christopher Sauer the Elder. The first German-language printing in the colonies was done by the American printing pioneers Andrew Bradford and Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia who contracted for some small printing jobs for the communities of German sectarians that had started to immigrate to Pennsylvania from the end of the seventeenth century onwards.Our book selection is eclectic; first editions, nineteenth century bird and botanical prints, general science.
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