2 edition of History of the Liederkranz of the City of New York, 1847 to 1947, and of the Arion, New York. found in the catalog.
History of the Liederkranz of the City of New York, 1847 to 1947, and of the Arion, New York.
|LC Classifications||ML200.8.N52 L55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 161 p.|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||49026426|
The Longworth's American Almanac, New York Register and City directory for lists those people residing or working in that year on the island of Manhattan who were interviewed. In addition to the names of heads of household, the directory mentions related occupations, home, and secondary addresses (sometimes including addresses in suburbs. New York Passenger Lists - Introduction The links listed below will take you to webpages with information about how you can search for New York passenger arrival records (also called ship manifests or ship passenger lists) online. These New York passenger lists include the Castle Garden (), Barge Office ( and ), and.
1) The College of the City of New York (q.v), at Lexington Avenue and Twenty-third Street, was established in under the name of the New York Free Academy. * (N.I.E.) 2) College of Saint Francis Xavier, a Roman Catholic institution in the city of New York, founded in and endowed with collegiate powers in 19th Century New York City At first New York City grew in a haphazard way. However in the governor of the state of New York appointed a commission to draw up a plan for the city. The commission reported in The plan proposed that new streets should be laid out on a grid pattern. There would be 12 avenues running north to south and.
Pages in category " establishments in New York (state)" The following 56 pages are in this category, out of 56 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). The New York Turn Verein, 66 and 68 East 4th Street King's handbook on New York City. The 45th anniversary of the New York Turn Verein was celebrated at their hall at 66 and 68 Fourth Street in June The assembly included about members and invited guests. "They were entertained with addresses, German songs, and general German sociability.".
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History of the Liederkranz of the City of New York, toand of the Arion, New York. by Deutscher Liederkranz der Stadt New : History of the Liederkranz of the City of New York and of The Arion, New York: Compiled during the Centennial Year of the Liederkranz,by the History Committee.
Hardcover – Author: Liederkranz. History of the Liederkranz of the City of New York and of the Arion, New York. Compiled During the Centennial Year of the Liederkranz by the History Committee Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsManufacturer: Drechsel Printing Co.
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Sources: 1. History of the Liederkranz of the City of New York to and of The Arion, New York. New York: The Drechsel Printing Co., 2. Mosenthal, Hermann. Geschichte des Vereins deutscher Liederkranz in New York.
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Liederkranz offered a domestic, creamy pungent cheese that scratched the itch for Limburger and other smelly Germanic cheeses. Germanic immigrants were delighted. Adolph Tode, the owner of the Monroe Cheese company and a New York deli, test marketed the new cheese with his friends at the New York Liederkranz, or German singing society, and they.
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It was in this spirit that the Liederkranz Scholarship Awards have been awarded to worthy young artists since Many have gone on to careers with the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Opera, and the world s leading opera houses. National Archive’s micropublication M, “Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, ,” has been digitized and made available for free on the Internet at the FamilySearch Historical Record Collections and Internet Archive websites.
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But unfortunately even in the German family circles of New York American influence is visible in that one retreats more and more from one another and limits the casual harmless association among one another." (4) Sources: 1.
History of the Liederkranz of the City of New York to and of The Arion, New York. The beautiful Church of the Ascension, on Fifth Avenue and 10th Street, has a long history in New York.
It started in in a Canal Street building, where the city’s growing Evangelical population gathered. After the original church was destroyed by fire a decade later, the parish moved to a Gothic Revival cathedral designed by Richard Upjohn in in what was then the outskirts of town.
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