Journal Contents

1985 Journal of the Johannes Schwalm Historical Association
Volume 3, Number 1, ISBN No. 0-939016-10-9


The Diary of Chaplain Philipp Waldeck - Dec. 1778-March 1780, Part III, by William E. Dornemann, PhD.

Complete List of Hessen-Cassel Officers and Soldiers Captured at Trenton, 26 December 1776, translated from the German Records by William E. Dornemann, PhD and edited by R. C. Barth, PhD and Mark A. Schwalm.


From Hessian Drummer to Maryland Iron Maker, by William S. Cramer, PhD.   Part I of a story about a drummer in the Erb Prinz Regiment of the Hessen-Cassel Troops.

Georg Zacharias Hatstaett, Our German Hessian Ancestor, by Edson B. Harrington, Jr. and Jo Ann Hatstat.   The story of a Hessen-Cassel Jaeger captured at sea, April 1776, and brought to Boston where he was paroled.

Hessian Registry, by Richard Barth and Mark A. Schwalm.   Names of possible German soldiers who remained in th U.S. and Canada, and the names of inquirers.

Memories of Peter and Maria Schwalm, by G. Paul Moser.   Includes references to the Schrope, Holdeman, Hand, Zimmerman, Loesch (Lesch), Stettler families.

Articles of Interest

Schwalm Family Coal Miners, Part II, by David L. Schwalm, J.D.

HISTORICAL ECHOES, by Kenneth S. Jones.  Rutland Barracks and Braunschweig POWs in MA.

ALL IN THE FAMILY, Researched by George H. Schwalm and compiled by N. Daniel Schwalm.   Items related to the Johannes Schwalm Family.

Peter Schwalm and the Porter Township Schools, by G. Paul Moser.

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