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Wust, Klaus, 1925-2003 Library of Congress/NACO ISNI

Wust, Klaus German, 1925- National Library of the Netherlands

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Davidsburg Church baptisms, 1785-1845, New Market, Virginia Library of Congress/NACO
Dreihundert Jahre deutsche Einwanderer in Nordamerika, 1683-1983 National Library of the Netherlands
Folk art in stone, southwest Virginia Library of Congress/NACO
Guardian on the Hudson : the German Society of the City of New York, 1784-1984 Library of Congress/NACO
The record of Hawksbill Church, 1788-1850, Page County, VA Library of Congress/NACO
Reformed Zion-Pine Church record, 1788-1827, Stony Creek, Virginia Library of Congress/NACO
The saint-adventurers of the Virginia frontier : southern outposts of Ephrata Library of Congress/NACO
Shenandoah Valley family data, 1799-1813, from the memorandum book of Pastor Johannes Braun Library of Congress/NACO
Solomon Church baptisms, 1793-1850, Forestville, Virginia Library of Congress/NACO
Span 200 : a companion piece to the Span 200 exhibit, the story of German-American involvement in the founding and development of America ... Library of Congress/NACO
Three hundred years of German immigrants in North America, 1683-1983 : their contributions to the evolution of the New World : a pictorial history with 510 illustrations National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
Virginia fraktur; penmanship as folk art Library of Congress/NACO
The Virginia Germans National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
Zion in Baltimore, 1755-1955. Library of Congress/NACO

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