JOHANNES SCHWALM HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, INC.
1991 Journal of the Johannes Schwalm Historical Association
Volume 4, Number 3, ISBN No. 0-939016-18-4
REGLEMENT, Translation by Henry R. Retzer, Edited by Mark A. Schwalm.
Regulations in effect for the drafting of eligible men into the armed services
of the Dukedom of Hessen-Cassel during the Revolutionary War.
THE STEINHAUS-MONUMENT REFLECTING CENTURIES OF A CITY'S HISTORY (Frankenberger Allgemeine -- 5 February 1977), by Henry J. Retzer and N. Daniel Schwalm.
A Thirteenth century structure, undergoes a year-long restoration including the complete rebuilding of the interior. Home of Heinrich Schwalm, in 1482 and his private Coat of Arms.
"OUR FRANKENBERGER LAND" dated 5 Feb. 1977, by Henry J. Retzer and N. Daniel Schwalm.
Home Supplement of the Frankenberger Zeitung -- Local Culture and History in the Former Frankenberg District.
Story of a Johanes Schwalm, a Catholic Priest in Alsace -- His kind bequest for the poor in his homeland.
JOHNN LEONARD KRATZ, 1756-1829, by Johannes Helmut Merz.
Hessen-Hanau soldier, captured at Saratoga, deserted at Charlottesville while a POW; married an American and settled in Kentucky; captured by the Indians and taken to Canada.
Returned to Hessen-Hanau. Deserted there and returned to his wife in Canada.
THE SORBACH COUSINS FROM HESSEN-HANAU, by Robert E. Graham.
Story about David and Carl Zorbach from Hessen-Hanau who deserted and remained in America.
PROFILE: JOHANN JACOB BONSTEIN, by Mark A. Schwalm.
Served in von Knyphausen Regt. Captured at Trenton and from Ship Triton. Settled in Northampton Co., PA.
HESSIAN REGISTRY, by R. C. Barth and Mark A. Schwalm.
Names of individuals who served as German Soldiers as auxiliaries of Great Britain in North America, or who were thought to have so served.
THE HESSIANS OF LEWIS MILLER: Assimilation of German Soldiers in America after the Revolution -- Part 3, by Johathan R. Stayer.
Bios of Gerog Schlueger, Johann Friedrich Stein, Conrad Stengel, Caspar Younger, Johann Zangel.
Portraits painted by Lewis Miller.
A survey of Johannes Schwalm Family Members with Careers in the Health Fields, by Ruth C. Schwalm, R.N., M.S.
All in the Family, researched by George H. Schwalm and compiled by N. Daniel Schwalm. Items related to the Johannes Schwalm Family.
THREE FOUNDING MEMBERS RECEIVE DIRECTOR EMERITUS STATUS on J.S.H.A. Inc. Board of Directors, by Ruth C. Schwalm.
In Memoriam: George Paul Moser
In Memoriam: Edna Moore Schwalm
Notes and Corrections for the Journal, Volume 4, No. 2, by James S. Smith.
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