3 edition of The Wends of Texas. found in the catalog.
The Wends of Texas.
|LC Classifications||F395.W4 B6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||54011799|
Book Summary: The title of this book is In Search of a Home and it was written by George R. Nielsen. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Texas A&M University Press and has a total of pages in the book. George R. Nielsen, in this revised edition of his classic study of Wendish migration first published in , carefully describes the details of immigration to Australia, Texas, and elsewhere and judiciously weighs the possible explanations for both the exodus and the settlement and acculturation patterns that resulted.
The local agricultural conditions, however, proved too poor to sustain many people, so the Wends of Texas also scattered to different parts of the state and eventually lost most of their ethnic distinctiveness. Smaller numbers of Wends migrated to Canada, Nebraska, and South Africa. The Wends of Texas. Blasig, Anne. Brownsville: Springman-King Printing, Hardcover. Reprint. ix, pp+ index. Previous owner's ink stamp on front pastedown, else a very good hardback in a lightly foxed and rubbed jacket. Very good. Item # Price: $ Add to Cart Ask a Question.
George Charles Engerrand, The So-called Wends of Germany and their Colonies in Texas and in Australia (University of Texas Bureau of Research in the Social Sciences 7 [Austin, ]). Jack D. Rittenhouse, Wendish Language Printing in Texas (Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, ). The largest group of Wendish Texans arrived in Galveston in on the Ben Nevis from Germany, where Wends had been pressured to speak German instead of Wendish and to join a state-controlled church.
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Description “5 Centuries: The Wends and the Reformation” is a gorgeous, hard cover book featuring 19 articles and beautiful full-color photographs on subjects connecting the Wends to their significant impact on the Lutheran church at large.
These pioneers sent letters home, many of which were published in local newspapers, and which influenced Wends still in Europe. A small group of Wends came to Austin County around –50 and were quickly absorbed into the German community. In a group of thirty-five Wends left Bremen for Texas.
THE WENDS OF TEXAS; The smallest ethnic group of all. This little historical fragment -- or one quite similar to it -- buried in an obscure tome on Texas folklore, caught Sylvia Grider's eye one. The Wends organized the journey under the leadership of their Pastor, The Reverend Jan Kilian.
Rev. Kilian was a scholar and prolific writer who translated from German into Wendish many books, such as Luther’s Large Catechism and the Augsburg Confession.
He also wrote Wendish prayer books, sermons, and tracts, as well as hymns and poems. The largest number migrated to Texas, where at Serbin, under the leadership of pastor Jan Kilian, they formed a Wendish community, retaining their own language in church, school, and home.
The local agricultural conditions, however, proved too poor to sustain many people, so the Wends of Texas also scattered to different parts of the state and Reviews: 2.
Blasig, A. () The Wends of Texas. The Naylor Company. San Antonio, Texas. ASIN BDXAP2 OCLC ; Caldwell, L. () Texas Wends: Their first half-century - With historical, biographical & genealogical information on the Serbin Wends, the Schatte & Moerbe families in particular.
(The Anson Jones Press. Salado, Texas) ASIN BE9MBC. OCLC Number: Notes: "Initially written as a thesis for a Master of Arts degree [University of Texas]." "Reprinted by Texas Wendish Heritage Society, Giddings, Texas.".
Wendish Lutherans in Sam Houston’s Texas. I’m working on an extensive timeline chronicling the history of the communities and congregations of the Wends in Texas to go along with my upcoming book, Wendish Lutherans in Sam Houston’s Texas. It’s a work in progress, but there’s already a lot of information there.
The Wends immigrated over to Texas on a small boat less than feet long named the Ben Nevis. There was about people stuffed on this boat where they would stay for about 3 months at sea and another month at dock quarantined for illnesses in On my maternal grandma's side, members from her daddy's and mother's side were on this boat.
This is the story of the Wends - an immigrant group that redefines the word endurance. It's no mystery that they have nearly disappeared - the mystery is how they ever survived the hardships of. Book Coming Soon Wendish Lutherans in Sam Houston’s Texas will tell the story of the first fifty years of the Wends in Texas with historical sketches and photographs of the churches and communities they settled.
The Wendish Research Exchange. Giddings Deutsches Volksblatt by Daphne Garrett Giddings Deutsches Volksblatt, A History of the Newspaper and Print Shop of the Texas Wends was printed in The preface to the book is printed here to give you an idea of the scope and purpose of the book.
The title of this book is The Wendish Texans (Texians and the Texans) and it was written by Sylvia Ann Grider. This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is Unknown and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures and has a total of pages in the.
The Wends of Texas. Author: Blasig, Anne Title: The Wends of Texas Publication: Brownsville: Springman-King Printing, Description: Hardcover.
Reprint. ix, pp+ index. Previous owner's ink stamp on front pastedown, else a very good hardback in a lightly foxed and rubbed jacket. Very good. Seller ID: Subject: American HistoryEnd date: History of La Grange, Texas.
History of Burleson County, Texas. History of Hranice and Dimebox, Texas. HISTORY OF THE WENDISH SETTLEMENT AT SERBIN, LEE COUNTY, TEXAS () By Leonard Kubiak, central Texas author and Texas Historian of Rockdale, texas.
Serbin, Texas. The book focuses on the printing of Wendish in Texas in Giddings, Texas. This book started me down a rabbit hole of the best kind. Or, really, two different avenues – the history of the printing of Wendish in Texas, as well as the history of Wendish immigration to Texas in the 19th century.
Selected Books The Wends of Texas by Anne Blasig. Call Number: FW4 B6 (ITC Library) The So-called Wends of Germany and Their Colonies in Texas and in Australia by George Charles Engerrand. Call Number: DDL E5 (ITC Library) Organiazations.
The Wendish Research Project. This story by Ed Erwin of Spring, a free-lance photographer and writer, first appeared in the Houston Chronicle Texas magazine on It’s hard to imagine a bride choosing a black wedding dress, but this was one of the customs practiced young women married in the Wendish Lutheran church in the mids.The Texas Wendish Heritage Society in Serbin is the recipient of a Humanities Texas Relief Grant.
The Texas Wendish Heritage Society and Museum focuses on the heritage and immigration of Wendish people into Texas during the 19th century and operates a museum to preserve their history and heritage in Texas and to foster an understanding and appreciation of the Wends and their culture and language.