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From The Rhine to Penn's Woods

Carl Frey Constein

Verlag: Little Mountain Printing, 2008
ISBN 10: 0965684245 / ISBN 13: 9780965684248
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Titel: From The Rhine to Penn's Woods

Verlag: Little Mountain Printing

Erscheinungsdatum: 2008

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Inhaltsangabe: Adam Staudt and his family leave their Palatinate village of Frankenthal in 1753 to escape the devastation left by the Thirty Years War. After a terrifying two-month ocean voyage below deck, they arrive in Philadelphia and trek to the Tulpehocken Settlement, the Indians land of the turtles extending west on today's U.S. 422 from the Schuylkill River in Reading, PA.
The Staudts endure years of extreme hardship in the wilderness. Then comes 1776. Son Dieter enlists in General Peter Muhlenberg's battalion and fights in the battles around Philadelphia. The Revolution does not end with the war. Dieter becomes a Pennsylvania Assemblyman and plays a key role in the Fries Rebellion, a protest that helped deny President John Adams his bid for a second term in the election of 1800.

Über den Autor: Dr. Carl Frey Constein has published three novels, a memoir, and three WWII books, one relating his experience as C-46 pilot flying 96 missions from India to China over the Himalayan Hump. Born in Berks County PA, he is devoted to the culture of his Pennsylvania German ancestry. In this novel he portrays German settlers living on the Tulpehocken frontier in the 1700s. He lives in Wernersville, Pennsylvania.

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