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The German Pietists of Provincial Pennsylvania: 1694-1708

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used in The German Pietists of Provincial Pennsylvania: , which has been considered the standard source on the subject for over one hundred years. One of the more interesting items Ackner provided to Richards is a tribute poem Kelpius wrote to the mayor of his hometown, a man who later helped sponsor Kelpius’ higher education. The German Pietists of Provincial Pennsylvania: by Julius Friedrich Sachse () " esoteric SYMBOL.'** The stand taken by the German enthusiast in reference.


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LIST OF SHIPS TO PHILADELPHIA. The following text and dates and ship names are from the book Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Ralph B. Strassburger and William J. Hinke, published in by the Pennsylvania German Society, Norristown, PA. INTRODUCTION. The lists of early arrivals in Pennsylvania, which are printed in this volume, are of such importance for the history of Pennsylvania.

In The German Pietists of Provincial Pennsylvania:Sachse writes that Kelpius and his followers “ came to the western world to put into execution the long-cherished plan of founding a true Theosophical (Rosicrucian) community ” 24 He also relates that, “ with the decline of the first organization [Kelpius’ Woman in.

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That’s easily done because of two reasons. The first is that there isn’t very much information on Joseph S. This reference documents linguistic variations in Pennsylvania German (also known as Pennsylvania Dutch), the dialect now spoken primarily by Old Order Amish and Old Order Mennonite communities in the US.

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Sachse calls it "The book that stimulated the Great German Emigration to Pennsylvania in the early years of the eighteenth century." Also see.