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A widowed mother in Germany writes her son and daughter-in-law explaining why she cannot bring herself to emigrate, even though they have sent money for her passage. She includes information on perceptions of immigrant life in America, as well as the…
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The document is a church attest from Jacob Naumann's pastor in Wiebelskirchen, certifying Naumann as a member in good standing of the local Lutheran congregation and asking all Lutheran pastors in the U.S. to receive him into their congregations. The…
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Jakob Naumann confirmation certificate.
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Lewis notes Braun's disappointment in Harding--he didn't vote for him this year--and worries about low-wage immigrant labor coming from Germany
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Harding responds to Lewis, saying nothing to rumor of German labor migration. Lewis can "depend that those in authority in this country will never permit the cheap labor idea to create havoc in our industrial conditions."
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Man of the people notes that many long-time German residents still cannot speak English.
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Informant on German alien near Schleswig supposedly advising local Germans to join army and shoot their officers.
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Writing his Senator, Rand suggests putting German prisoners of war to work in the Yakima Valley. NOTE: "I think a large percent of these Germans will never go back to Germany, but will settle right there in the Valley." Not a trace of concern over…
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Rand extrapolates on original plan, basically anticipating the program as it looks in WWII
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