The following are recent books on German-American topics by members of the SGAS. If you have written, edited, or translated such a monograph in the last three years, let us know.
Das Arkansas Echo: A year in the Life of Germans in the Nineteenth Century South, by Kathleen Condray. The University of Arkansas Press, November 2020.
Gustav Struve: Turner, Demokrat, Emigrant, by Clemens Rehm and Annette R. Hofmann, Verlag Regionalliteratur, October 2020.
The Word in the Wilderness: Popular Piety and the Manuscript Arts in Early Pennsylvania, by Alexander Ames. Pennsylvania State University Press, June, 2020.
Cincinnati, Ohio: “The El Dorado of the German Emigrant” Writings about the Queen of the West, by Friedrich Gerstäcker, translation and forward by Don Heinrich Tolzmann. NCSA Literatur, January 2020.
Stopping the Trains to Auschwitz: Budapest, 1944, by Frank Baron. Kansas Jayhawk Ink, 2020. A documentary film Stopping the Trains to Auschwitz is is available on Youtube. Producer Frank Baron. 2020.
Carl Schurz, German-American Statesman: My Country Right or Wrong, by Peter Lubrecht. America Through Time, July 2019.
Germania San Jose: The Early German Heritage of Silicon Valley, by Maria Brand. Glory Anne Laffey Architectural Archive, January 2019.
Reminiscences of George Schramm, by George Schramm, complied and edited by Carol Staggs Thomason. Austin Macaulay Publishers, 2019.
Preserving German Texan Identity, Reminiscences of William A. Trenckmann, 1859-1935, by Walter L. Buenger and Walter D. Kamphoefner. Texas A&M University Press, October 2018.
George Rapp: Thoughts on the Destiny of Man, Particularly with Reference to the Present Times by the Harmony Society of Indiana A.D. 1824: A Critical Study, by Silvia Anna Rode. NCSA Literatur, January 2018.