518 The Bible and Education 518 America and Germany 519 OUR HISTORIC HERITAGE Forest Preacher on the Schoharie (continued) _^ 524 The Pastorius Protest 529 A Visit to the Ephrata Cloister 534 Company I, First Reg. Volunteers 53S History of Emmanuel's Church, Petersville, Pa 551 THE PENN GERMANIA GENEALOGICAL CLUB 562 MUTTERSPROCH 567 OURBOOKTABLE 569 HISTORICAL NOTES AND NEWS 571 FORUM 573 THE GERMAN AND SWISS SETTLEMENTS OF COLONIAL PENNSYLVANIA (Index) 577 Published the fifteenth of each month at Cleona, Pa. Extra postage, Canadian,, 24 cents per year; foreign, 3 6 cents per year; Rates in clubs and to solicitors on request. The movement resulted in the •formation of the Minnesota Bible League. D., 37 ff., 69, 72, 84, 85, 129, 139, 148, 176 Paul, 118 Peasants, 4 ff. (superstitions), 109 (amusements), 110 (funer- als), 111 (drinking), 113 (food and dress), 117 (dialect), 12 2 ff. This was in due time forwarded by mail, accompanied by a copy of a paper not called for at all, whose publication was not even known to the writer.
7 ftable of Contents CURRENT LIFE AND THOUGHT 514 ' ■ Carnegie Foundation vs. That fox has friendly eyes and a smiling face ; but it also has sharp teeth and a lean and hungry look. Meyer, 93, 95, 107, 116 Michel, 26 Mifflin, General, 214 Miller, 134 Abraham, 210 Henry, 209 John Peter, 139, 182 Missions, Moravian, 167, 169 Mittelberger, 52, 65, 67, 71, 74, 77, 79, 80, 83, 110, 217 Mohawk Valley, 2 6, 49 Monroe County, 60 Montcalm, 206 Montgomery, M. M., 67, 73, 74, 77, 78, 79, 82, 84, 110, 112, 129, 144, 147, 151, 154, 155, 157, 159, 164, 165, 166, 169, 197, 200, 201, 219, 223. A., 165 Muelheim-on-the-Ruhr, 35 Mueller, 24, 46, 47, 63, 64, 111, 177, 178 Muenster Rebellion, 174 Murray, Alexander, 145 Musser, Daniel, 179 ' Mysticism, 19. My indictment against them is as much for sins of commission as for sins of omission.
Decalogue 522 The Krupp Centenary 522 The Pennsylvania Patriarck .... fears to join the many movements that 'have as their spirit indifference to the old faith, and as their goal the breaking dowln of what was built up at the cost of much blood and treasure during the past Christian centuries; if it is shy of sectarian alliances and entanglements ; — it is because the fox is at the door — the fox of Intolerance as to the faith once delivered to the saints. Joseph, 111 Mann, 75 Mannheim, 56, 91 Manz, Felix, 174 Marburger Hymn-book, 131 Marshall, Christopher, 103 Mather, Cotton, 152 Mathews and Hunger ford, His- tory of Lehigh County, 135 Matthai, Conrad, 44 "Mayflower," 32 Medicine, 106 Meili, Martin, 47 Mel linger Meeting Houce, 161 Menno, see Simon Mennonites, 11, 17, 24, 25, 32, 44 ff., 76, 84, 86, 87, 109, 111, 113, 132, 133, 150, 154, 172 ff., 196, 201, 207, 208, 213 Mentz, 56 Merian, Caspar, 36 Merlau, Eleonora von, 36 Methodism, 49, 185 ff. They have exagger- ated their faults and minimized their virtues.
so that as true God and true man in one per He was crucified, died and was bin and on the third day rose again from dead, that He might be a propitiation for our sins, and reconcile us unto the Fa ther, and be a sacrifice for all the sin an J guilt of man. If the Lutheran Church in this country refuses to let down, its bars; if i r . L., 220 Longfellow, 121 Lorentz, Johann, 36 Lot, 108 Louis XIV., 11, 12, 83 Louvois, 18 Ludwig, Christopher, 214 Lutherans, 14 ff., 32, 106, 146, 150, 154, 160 ff., 175 Lutz, Colonel, 212 Maca Ulay, 13 Mc Crady, 134 Mack, Alexander, 19, 155, 179 Valentine, 182 Mc Kean, Rev. 103 Neuburg, 12 Neuchatel, 63 Neuwied, 7 4 "New-Born, The." 129 "Newlanders," 27. American historians and biographers, so far, have given verylirtle credit to the Irish.
who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born oi the Virgin Mary, and became man. yourself, can enter.' 'J us ^ s - : • x ; 5*6 THE PENN GERMANIA and Wolves may not enter in, we shall stick to our narrow lines.' 'How in- tolerant,' grumbled the Fox, as he trot- ted away." The moral is not hard to find. Lititz, 152, 171 Loehr, 31 i Loeser, Jacob, 144 Long, J. Are We Anglo- ''Americana" for Ma Saxori contains the speech de- livered by Thomas S Lohergan on "The Irish Chapter in American History" before the American Irish Historical Society, January? In the concluding paragraphs the speaker said: "No American writer of distinction has yet done justice to the Irish element in these United States.
Minnesota Bible League 514 Superstitions 515 First Lutheran Church in the Carolinas . and that the only hope for man was in a Redeemer; that God in His in- finite love for our fallen race, in the full- ness of time, sent His only begotten Sou to redeem man by becoming his si:', sti- tute and bearing his sin. We believe that Jesus Christ is that Redeemer, the Son of God. D., 121 Lebanon County, 60, 91 Lebanon Valley College, 151 Lee, General, 208 Lehigh County, 60, 108 Leidy, Joseph, 219 Lennig, 118 Leopold, Emperor, 144 Leutbecker, Caspar, 14 4 Levering Colonel, 216 Family, 227 Lexington, 2 07 Lick, James, 219 Lieber, Francis, 228 Limestone Soil, 86 Lincoln, Abraham, 215 Literature, 122 ff. Pres- ent day human society is bad enough in spite of the restraining influences of re- ligion. Can Socialists afford to dis- seminate such atheistic literature and thus labor for the unchaining of the tigei in humanity's midst?
515 Luck and Superstitions 516 "German Language and Legal Notice . thus not leaving it to man to decide how much and what is to be be- lieved and what rejected. We believe that through the fall of Adam all men are conceived and born in sin. S., 195 Kunders, Thones, 39 Kuendig, Martin, 4 7, 4 8 Kuntz, Benedict, 4 5 Kunze, Pastor, 70, 146 Kutztown, 195 Lampman, Archibald, 220, 227 Lancaster, 89, 90, 163, 176, 194, 207 Lancaster County, 25, 46 if., 53, 59, 86, 87, 215 Landis, Abraham, 179 Judge, 177 Landisville, 177 Language, 115-117, 147, 166, 167 Lauffenburg, 63 Learned, M. ''Any person who, in spite of the proof of the Titanic disaster, where over 1000 people prayed to God for help, but were drowned like rats or kittens, recent floods, etc. Richeson, .a supposed special representa- tive of God, for the crime of murder, still believes in or teaches that there is a God. We confess that we are pained at the dissemination of such literature.
We believe that the Holy Bible is the Word of God, inspired by the Holy Ghost who spake through the prophets and apostles ; that it not only contain^ the Word of God, but that it is in even, part, from Genesis to Revelation, the Word of God. Kriegsheim, 10, 32, 34, 35, 36, 38, 3 Kuhl, 107 Kuhri, A. We quote the following, appearing un- signed and, therefore, editorially.
We had the honor of drawing up the "Fundamental Principles," which were unanimously adopted, viz : "I. Perm, Richard, 20 8 William, 26, 32, 33 ff., 36, 70, 85, 86 "Pennsylvania Dutch," 31 Pennsylvania Germans, 52 (num- ber? The latter is a four page sheet saturated with atheistic teaching.
GENEALOGY COLLECTION ALLEN COUNT/ PUBLIC LIBRARY III 3 1833 01742 6138 GENEAL 974.6 P38515A 1912 JUL -DEC Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 OOcleo msmm Zhc fftenn (SJermanta y* Continuing The Pennsylvania-German A POPULAR JOURNAL, OF GERMAN HISTORY AND IDEALS IN THE UNITED STATES EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR H. Es laeszt melod'sche Seufzer, wiewohl sie t:edten ihn, Der Schwan gelind verschweben: er opfert sich der \ elt Ich sah der Rosen Busen, geschwellt won Wohlgeruch Dem Sturme hingegeben; er opfert sich der \ elt. Den Deutschen als ihr Leben: er opfert sich der \ elt Karl Aug. If two knives, forks or spoons are placed in a wrong position when the table is being laid for any meal the: going to be a wedding, as is also averred when an one stumbles up the stairs. Europe, not England is the mother country of America.
Ich sah den Halm des Feldes, der ehedcm £ewo£t, Im Sicheltode bebcn: er opfert sich der Welt. Perhaps the best way to show their absurdity is to enumerate them and then calmly ask what must be the mental attitude or capacity of the one who thinks the world is governed or events foreordained by the following cause? Thus in ordinary households it will be found that if the housewife drops a dish- cloth she will at once assert that she will have a vistor shortly, while if she let fall a knife a strange woman is coming, if a fork a man, and if a spoon a fool. are of Irish and German blood, yet we are frequently told that we are "Anglo- Saxons" and that England 13 our "moth- er country." Now as a matter of fact we are no more Anglo-Saxon than we are Hindoos.
Den Seidenwurm erblickt' ich mid sah ihn Wohlgemuth Den Sarg sich selber weben: er opfert sich der Welt. But as we have, said, there is no use in arguing against the myths in our be- liefs. The CURRENT LIFE AND THOUGHT 595 speaker said also: "Fully one-half of the population of the United States .