Bibliography of German culture in America to 1940 by Henry August Pochmann

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StatementHenry A. Pochmann, compiler and Arthur R. Schultz, editor.
ContributionsSchultz, Arthur R.
LC ClassificationsZ1361.G37
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Paginationxxxii, 483 p. ;
Number of Pages483
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Open LibraryOL20973307M

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