Intimate letters of Carl Schurz, 1841-1869.

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Da Capo , New York
Schurz, Carl, 1829-
StatementTranslated and edited by Joseph Schafer.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE664.S39 A43 1970
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 491 p.
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Open LibraryOL5444825M
ISBN 100306718766
LC Control Number73106989

Title Intimate letters of Carl Schurz, Summary This is a collection of personal letters written by the eminent German-American statesman, Carl Schurz (. Get this from a library. Intimate letters of Carl Schurz, [Carl Schurz; Joseph Schafer] -- This is a collection of personal letters written by the eminent German-American statesman, Carl Schurz (), to his immediate family and close friends.

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Schurz maintained a legal residence in Watertown, Wisconsin from toeven though lecture tours and campaign speeches took him all across the northern United States. Several of these letters deal with Schurz's Wisconsin years. Intimate letters of Carl Schurz, by Schurz, Carl, ; Schafer, Joseph, Publication date Topics Schurz, Carl,Schurz family, Statesmen, Germans, Legislators Publisher Madison, State Historical Society of Wisconsin CollectionPages: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Intimate Letters of Carl Schurz, by Carl Schurz (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at.

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: Intimate Letters of Carl Schurz to (): Schurz, Carl, Schafer, Joseph: BooksCited by: 1. Carl Christian Schurz (German: ; March 2, – ) was a German revolutionary and an American statesman, journalist, and emigrated to the United States after the German revolutions of –49 and became a prominent member of the new Republican serving as a Union general in the American Civil War, he helped found the short-lived Liberal Republican Party Battles/wars: German revolutions of –49.

SCHURZ, CARL, a Senator from Missouri; born in Liblar, near Cologne, Germany, March 2, Rare Book and Manuscript Library New York, NY ___, trans. and ed. Intimate Letters of Carl Schurz, Reprint.

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New York: Da Capo Press, Originally published in Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin   Author of Life of Henry Clay, Abraham Lincoln, Report on the Condition of the South, The reminiscences of Carl Schurz, Lebenserinnerungen, Speeches, correspondence and political papers of Carl Schurz, Intimate letters of Carl Schurz,Speeches, Correspondence And Political Papers Of Carl Schurz V5.

Intimate Letters Of Carl SchurzEdited By Joseph Schafer by Carl Schurz avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 3 editions. Intimate Letters of Carl Schurz,edited and translated by Joseph Schafer, State Historical Society of Wisconsin (Madison, WI), SIDELIGHTS: Soldier and statesman, linguist and historian, orator and journalist, Carl Schurz was the first German-born member of the United States Senate.

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Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag Speeches of Carl Schurz (12 politische Reden). Philadelphia: J.B Children: Emma Schurz, Carl Lincoln Schurz, Agathe Schurz, Herbert Schurz. References: English translations of Schurz's letters to Germany were published in Intimate Letters of Carl Schurz, (Madison, ), edited by Joseph Schafer.

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Carl Schurz visited St. Charles County in the summer of to rec-onnoiter the political landscape in Missouri. The region made a very positive impression on him, particularly the area around Augusta, where the immigrants were conserving "the best features of German life," as he related in a letter to his wife.

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Lincoln, borrows book, "Cunningham Nell Gwynn," from Library of Congress. [Peter Cunningham, Story of Nell.