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First settlements of Germans in Maryland.

A paper read by Edward T. Schultz before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th, 1896, and before the Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland, March 17th, 1896. : To which items of historical interest referring to Frederick City and County are added. (Published by request).

by Edward Thomas Schultz

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Published by D. H. Smith in Frederick, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Frederick (Md.),
  • Frederick County (Md.),
  • Maryland.
    • Subjects:
    • German Americans -- Maryland,
    • Frederick (Md.),
    • Frederick County (Md.)

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsFrederick County Historical Society of Frederick, Md., Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF190.G3 S3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination60 leaves
      Number of Pages60
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6947707M
      LC Control Number04031150
      OCLC/WorldCa4236906

      Maryland Genealogy. The New Early Settlers of Maryland by Dr. Carson Gibb This research database lists individual settlers who are named in the Maryland land patent volumes from and one land warrant volume from The first Germans, a group of 42, came to the Virginia Piedmont in to work in Lt. Gov. Alexander Spotswood's iron mines in what is now Spotsylvania County. Their settlement was known as Germanna, and as it grew, residents left to form other communities, in Germantown in Fauquier County in , in present-day Madison County by and in.

      The Settlement of Germantown, Pennsylvania: And the Beginning of German Emigration to North America Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker W. J. Campbell, - Germans - pages. Early Immigrants to Pennsylvania s Directory of Online Transcriptions and Lists of Immigrants This webpage contains a directory of links to online transcriptions of passenger lists and other material for immigrants to Pennsylvania for the period prior to the lists in Pennsylvania German Pioneers (which covers ).

      Item Details. A hardback copy of First Settlements of Germans in Maryland: A Paper Read by Edward T. Schultz before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th, And Before The Society of the History of the Germans in Maryland, March 17th, This copy was published by David H. Smith, Frederick, MD, - Several Germans were among the settlers at Jamestown.. - Peter Minuit, a German, came to New Amsterdam to serve as the governor of the Dutch colony, New Netherlands. Later he governed the Swedish colony in Delaware. - Thirteen families of German Mennonites seeking religious freedom arrived in Pennsylvania; led by Franz .


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First settlements of Germans in Maryland. A paper read by Edward T. Schultz before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th,and March 17th, To which items of historic Paperback – Aug Author: Edward Thomas Schultz. First Settlements of Germans in Maryland.

a Paper Read by Edward T. Schultz Before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th,and March 17th, to Which Items Of Hardcover – Aug Author: Edward Thomas Schultz. First settlements of Germans in Maryland. A paper read by Edward T. Schultz before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th,and before the Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland, March 17th, Pages: The Online Books Page First settlements of Germans in Maryland.

A paper read by Edward T. Schultz before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th,and before the Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland, March 17th,   First settlements of Germans in Maryland.

A paper read by Edward T. Schultz before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th,and before the Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland, March 17th, To which items of historical interest referring to Frederick City and County are added. (Published by request).Pages: The first edition of The First Germans in America was presented to participants in a banquet for Ambassador Scharioth; this was held in Colonial Williamsburg, VA, in to commemorate the th anniversary of Germans at Jamestown, Virginia.

These copies were distributed under the auspices of the German Embassy. List of Original Germanna Settlers Septem By Germanna 8 Comments Due to the prominence of Lt. Governor Alexander Spotswood in American history, much was known of his involvement with the establishment of the Germanna Settlement, but little of the German Settlers who were brought to this area with the First Colony ofthe.

vania. The first opened road from Lancaster, York and Han- over to the Virginia settlements was by the Monocacy river to the Potomac. About the first Germans drifted into Maryland near the Monocacy river, and between the years and the first German church in File Size: 51KB. First settlements of Germans in Maryland.

A paper read by Edward T. Schultz before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th,and before the Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland, March 17th, To which items of historical interest referring to Frederick City and County are added.

(Published by request). First settlements of Germans in Maryland: a paper read by Edward T. Schultz before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th,and before the Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland, March 17th,to which items of historical interest referring to Frederick City and County are added.

One of the first Germans in Maryland may well have been physician and explorer John Lederer, who settled in the colony in (Drake ). Several years earlier, inLederer became the first European to crest the Blue Ridge Mountains and glimpse the Shenandoah Valley and Allegheny Mountains (Cunz ).

The New Early Settlers of Maryland by Dr. Carson Gibb MSA SC Gibb Collection, updated in This research database lists individual settlers who are named in the Maryland land patent volumes from and one land warrant volume from In the post wave of immigration, large numbers of Germans continued to come to Maryland.

They were joined by Poles, Bohemians, Lithuanians, Greeks, Jews (from Germany, Poland, and Russia), Czechs, Italians, and the Irish. Read First Settlements of Germans in Maryland. a Paper Read By Edward T. Schultz Before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th,And Before the Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland, March 17th, to Which Items of Historic absolutely for free at The history of the Germans in Baltimore began in the 17th century.

During the s, the Port of Baltimore was the second-leading port of entry for immigrants, after Ellis Island in New York City. Introduction to New Early Settlers of Maryland.

During the first years of his Province of Maryland,Lord Baltimore rewarded people who transported themselves or others with rights to land, usually called headrights. For most of the period, the reward was a right to 50 acres of land per person transported. This book contains an alphabetical index of o settlers, virtually all of the immigrants to Maryland for its first fifty years.

Included are names of immigrants, approximate date of emigration, the basis of the claim for land, residence, sometimes the family relationship or status, and a reference to the source of the information.

Bevaka First Settlements of Germans in Maryland. a Paper Read by Edward T. Schultz Before the Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th,and Before the Society for the History of the Germans så får du ett mejl när boken går att köpa igen.

A History of Washington County, Maryland: From the Earliest Settlements to the Present Time, Including a History of Hagerstown, Volume 2, Part 1. A History of Washington County, Maryland: From the Earliest Settlements to the Present Time, Including a History of Hagerstown, Thomas John Chew Williams.

History of Frederick County Maryland. adapted for this page from the book by the same name by Thomas J. A Proclamation: In March of the proprietor of the Provence of Maryland desired to attract settlersto the Northern and the Western areas of his territory., so he made a proclamationdeclaring special land prices and taxes for settlers.

In addition, John Kilty’s book The Land-Holder's Assistant and Land-Office Guide. (Baltimore: G. Dobbin & Murphy, ) is: A brief Historical account of the grant and settlement of the province of Maryland with an explanation of the Tenure by which it was held by the Proprietary, and those under which his grants were made to the settlers.AfterGermans, a few French and Dutch, began to penetrate the forest or wilderness - some twenty, thirty, forty, others from sixty to seventy miles, west and north from the metropolis.

Large German settlements had sprung up at different points within the present limits of Montgomery and Berks counties.(The following history is taken from the book, Researching the Germans from Russia, compiled by Michael M.

Miller, published by the Institute for Regional Studies, North Dakota State University, Fargo,pages xvii-xix.) The story of the Germans from Russia had its beginning in while Catherine II, a former German princess of the principality of Anhalt-Zerbst, was .