- Tapa blanda: 182 páginas
- Editor: Verlag Peter Lang; Edición: 2nd (1 de agosto de 2004)
- Colección: New German-American Studies/Neue Deutsch-Amerikanische Studien
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 303910179X
- ISBN-13: 978-3039101795
This study looks at the life and work of the eminent German-American author, poet, and historian, Heinrich A. Rattermann (1832-1923) and provides an historical legacy essential to an understanding of German-American history. He was well-known as editor of the historical journal 'Der Deutsche Pionier' which was published by the German Pioneer Society of Cincinnati, Ohio, and is considered to be the leading German-American historical journal of the 19th century. In addition he edited 'Deutsch-Amerikanisches Magazin' which was also important as a German-American historical journal. Born in Ankum, Germany, Rattermann emigrated with his family to Cincinnati, Ohio, and thereafter played an important role in German-American cultural affairs both regionally and nationally. This book is a re-edition of Sister Mary Edmund Spanheimer's biography of Heinrich Rattermann, which has long been out-of-print. Mary Spanheimer was a professor of German at the University of Saint Francis, Joliet, Illinois. Her biography on Rattermann is considered to be the definitive work on the topic.
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