Portland State University. Department of World Languages and Literatures
Date of Publication
Master of Arts (M.A.) in German
World Languages and Literatures
German Americans -- Oregon -- History
1 online resource (121 p.)
To a large extent this study is demographic. In order to arrive at descriptive statements, statistics regarding the German-born, native-born and foreign-born in the census reports from 1850 to 1910 were compared. Where appropriate, secondary history sources were utilized in order to relate the statistical observations to the historical events of which they were a part. This method if inquiry identified the German-Oregonians according to general trends and attitude.s. Immigrant memoirs and self-expressions added a more personal dimension to the statistical observations.
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Schmalenberger, Roberta Lee, "The German-Oregonians, 1850-1918" (1983). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3430.