Turk, Eleanor L.
March 2005
Kansas History;Spring2005, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p44
Academic Journal
Examines how historians and other scholars have identified and analyzed the role of ethnic Germans in the history of Kansas. Background on the population of German immigrants in Kansas and in the U.S.; Reasons of Germans for emigrating; Life of Germans in Kansas before and after 1968.


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