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The Americanization of Carl Schurz
Chester V. Easum
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 15506.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 374 p.|
|Number of Pages||374|
Carl Schurz proved no exception. He and his wife, Margarethe, sailed into New York Harbor on a “bright September morning” in The young Schurz enthusiastically taught himself English by reading news dailies, English novels and the plays of William Shakespeare. SCHURZ, Carl (), German-American legislator, reformer, and journalist, born on March 2, , near Cologne, and educated at the University of Bonn. Carl Schurz, one of the most celebrated German Americans, was born on March 2,, in Liblar near Cologne, and died on , in .
The Carl-Schurz-Haus, a German-American Institute, was founded in as Amerika-Haus (engl.: America-House) in Freiburg im Breisgau, has operated since the s as a binational cultural center. It annually offers about events (speeches, exhibitions, workshops and readings) on transatlantic topics, at which those interested in societal exchange can engage in conversations with. Henry Clay - Vol I by Carl Schurz and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
Carl Schurz - Early Life & Career: Born March 2, near Cologne, Rhenish Prussia (Germany), Carl Schurz was the son of Christian and Marianne Schurz. The product of a schoolteacher and a journalist, Schurz initially attended the Jesuit Gymnasium of Cologne but was forced leave a year before graduation due to his family's financial problems. A s the subtitle suggests, this is a book about personality and politics, a group biography with a large cast, including Henry Cabot Lodge, William McKinley, Andrew Carnegie, Carl Schurz, and William Jennings Bryan as principals, with characters as varied as Emilio Aguinaldo, Grover Cleveland, William Randolph Hearst, and Booker T. Washington.
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General Research Division. More Details. The biography of Carl Schurz is a story of an amazing life. At the age of 19, Schurz, a student at the University of Bonn, became involved in the Revolution of Participating in the revolutionary army, he managed to escape through a sewer during the siege of Rastatt, flee across the Rhine to France.
[The Reminiscences of Carl Schurz, Volume Three,by Carl Schurz, SHS REF F Sch87r v.3] SHS REF F Sch87r v.3] After stops in New York and Philadelphia, Schurz settled in in Watertown, Wisconsin, where he was a journalist.
Carl Schurz, German-American political leader, journalist, orator, and dedicated reformer who pressed for high moral standards in government in a period of notorious public laxity.
As a student at the University of Bonn, Schurz participated in the abortive German revolution ofwas imprisoned. Buy The Americanization of Carl Schurz by Chester Verne Easum, Carl Schurz (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Chester Verne Easum, Carl Schurz.
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2 and preface to v. 3 signed: Agathe Schurz, Marianne Schurz, Carl Lincoln Schurz Includes: "A sketch of Carl Schurz's political career, " / by Frederic Bancroft and William A.
Dunning: v. 3, p. Schurz’s efforts on behalf of Lincoln and his commitment to the nascent Republican Party resulted in his appointment as envoy to Spain. A year later, Schurz returned to America to serve as a brigadier general in the Union Army during the Civil War.
After the war’s conclusion and Lincoln’s assassination. This is a collection of personal letters written by the eminent German-American statesman, Carl Schurz (), to his immediate family and close friends.
Schurz maintained a legal residence in Watertown, Wisconsin from toeven though lecture tours and campaign speeches took him all across the northern United States. New York Committee of the Carl Schurz Memorial, Addresses in Memory of Carl Schurz, Carnegie Hall, Novem Frederic Bancroft and William Archibald Dunning, A Sketch of Carl Schurz's Political CareerNew York: McClure Publ.
Co., "Carl Schurz", in The poems of Richard Watson Gilder, Report on the Condition of the South by Carl Schurz () Never has the introduction to a book so misconstrued a work as President Andrew Johnson’s preface to Carl Schurz‘s Report on the Condition of the g months after the end of the Civil War, Johnson described the situation in the South as “promising” and said that the “people throughout the entire South evince a.
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2 and preface to v. 3 signed: Agathe Schurz, Marianne Schurz, Carl Lincoln Schurz "A sketch of Carl Schurz's political career, Pages:. "Carl Schurz as Office Seeker.'' Wisconsin Magazine of History 20 (December ): Easum, Chester V. The Americanization of Carl Schurz. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Fish, Carl Russell.
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