ADDRESS OF THE GENERAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE OF THE GERMANS OF THE UNITED STATES, TO THE CITIZENS OF THE U. STATES AND GERMANY, PUBLISHED BY RESOLUTION OF THE GERMAN CONVENTION, HELD AT PITTSBURGH, PA., OCTOBER 18, 1837. [TRANSLATED BY ONE OF THE DELEGATES.]. Wm. Steinmeier.
ADDRESS OF THE GENERAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE OF THE GERMANS OF THE UNITED STATES, TO THE CITIZENS OF THE U. STATES AND GERMANY, PUBLISHED BY RESOLUTION OF THE GERMAN CONVENTION, HELD AT PITTSBURGH, PA., OCTOBER 18, 1837. [TRANSLATED BY ONE OF THE DELEGATES.].
ADDRESS OF THE GENERAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE OF THE GERMANS OF THE UNITED STATES, TO THE CITIZENS OF THE U. STATES AND GERMANY, PUBLISHED BY RESOLUTION OF THE GERMAN CONVENTION, HELD AT PITTSBURGH, PA., OCTOBER 18, 1837. [TRANSLATED BY ONE OF THE DELEGATES.].

ADDRESS OF THE GENERAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE OF THE GERMANS OF THE UNITED STATES, TO THE CITIZENS OF THE U. STATES AND GERMANY, PUBLISHED BY RESOLUTION OF THE GERMAN CONVENTION, HELD AT PITTSBURGH, PA., OCTOBER 18, 1837. [TRANSLATED BY ONE OF THE DELEGATES.].

[Pittsburgh? Canton OH? 1837]. Folded 4to sheet, [4] pp. Caption title as issued. Generously margined, untrimmed. Light wear, Very Good.

Steinmeier, who signs this pamphlet in type at the end, was President of the General German School Committee of the United States.
"Proposal to establish a seminary at Phillippsburgh, Beaver County, Pa., to educate teachers for instructing German youth in the United States" [AAS description]. "Decrying the lack of educational opportunity for German youth in the U. S.; because of the language barrier; the Committee advocates the establishment of a seminary in which to specially equip teachers to instruct such children. (Written by Peter Kaufmann, who was a prime mover in establishing public education in Ohio.)" [Wessen].
Not in American Imprints, Thompson, or Sabin. Wessen, 90 Midland Notes 213. OCLC 36009579 [6], 83615067 [1] as of October 2020. Item #37160

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