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Clifton J. Child. The German-Americans in Politics. Arno Press. 1970. 193pp.

Stephen Fox. America's Invisible Gulag: A Biography of German American Internment & Exclusion in World War II: Memory and History. Peter Lang. 2000. 379pp.

Irene M. Franck. The German-American Heritage. Facts on File. 1988. 160pp.

Philip Gleason. The Conservative Reformers: German-American Catholics and the Social Order. University of Notre Dame Press. 1968. 272pp.

Russell A. Kazal. Becoming Old Stock: The Paradox of German-American Identity. Princeton University Press. 2004. 383pp.

Phyllis Keller. States of Belonging: German-American Intellectuals and the First World War. Harvard University Press. 1979. 324pp.

Peter C. Merrill. German-American Urban Culture: Writers & Theaters in Early Milwaukee. Max Kade Institute For German-American Studies, University of Wisconsin. 2000. 128pp.

Clifford L. Nelson. German-American Political Behavior in Nebraska and Wisconsin, 1916-1920. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Publications. 1972. 114pp.

Carol J. Poore. German-American Socialist Literature, 1865-1900. Peter Lang. 1982. 225pp.

Elliott Shore; Ken Fones-Wolf; James P. Danky (editor). The German-American Radical Press: The Shaping of a Left Political Culture, 1850-1940. University of Illinois Press. 1992. 247pp.

Lynne Tatlock; Matt Erlin (editor). German Culture in Nineteenth-century America: Reception, Adaptation, Transformation. Camden House. 2005. 336pp.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann. The German-American Experience. Humanity Books. 2000. 466pp.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann. German-American Literature. Scarecrow Press. 1977. 328pp.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann. German-Americana: A Bibliography. Heritage Books. 1995. 384pp.

Frank Trommler; Elliott Shore (editor). The German-American Encounter: Conflict and Cooperation Between Two Cultures, 1800-2000. Berghahn Books. 2001. 344pp.

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