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“The fourteen essays in this collection offer a fresh perspective not only on the history of the eighteenth-century patterns of German migration, but also on the larger question of migration patterns in the early modern Atlantic world. . . . This edited volume provides a splendid example of the potential insights to be gained from considering the history of German migration in comparative context. . . . Considered together, these essays represent an important and innovative contribution to early American scholarship.”
—Jon Parmenter, Canadian Journal of History

“This book is essential reading for students of early American, Atlantic, and European history.”
—Jon Parmenter, Canadian Journal of History

“This book is essential reading for students of early American, Atlantic, and European history.”

—Jon Parmenter, Canadian Journal of History

About the Author

Hartmut Lehmann is Professor of History and Director of the Max-Planck Institute for History in Gottingen, Germany. Hermann Wellenreuther is Professor of History at the University of Gottingen. Renate Wilson is a social and medical historian at The Johns Hopkins University.

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