CD: Germans, Volume 2 - Don Heinrich Tolzmann. Contains the following volumes:***Americana Germanica: Paul Ben Baginsky's Bibliography of German Works Relating to America, 1493-1800 - Comprehensive bibliography of the German publications dealing with any aspect of America which were published before 1800. (1994). ***Cincinnati's German Heritage - Traces, outlines and discusses German immigration and settlement in the Greater Cincinnati area since the 18th century. Contains The Survival of an Ethnic Community: The Cincinnati Germans 1918 through 1932 and The Cincinnati Germans after the Great War, plus bibliographical material. (1994). ***Covington's German Heritage - A survey history of the Covington, KY area's German heritage. (1998). ***German Achievements in America: Rudolf Cronau's Survey History - Originally published in 1916, this book is a richly illustrated compendium intended to illuminate the basic dates, facts and events in German-American history. (1995). ***Louisiana's German Heritage: Louis Voss' Introductory History - History of the German Society that provides an interesting chronicle of the German element in LA. (1994). ***Maryland's German Heritage: Daniel Wunderlich Nead's History - Originally published in 1913, Nead's history, The Pennsylvania-German in the Settlement of Maryland, has become a standard text on the history of the MD Germans before 1800. This book demonstrates how inextricably the German heritage of PA and MD are interrelated. (1994). ***The Pennsylvania Germans: Jesse Leonard Rosenberger's Sketch of Their History and Life - The country's first permanent all-German settlement (est. 1683 at Germantown-now part of Philadelphia.) (1923). 2000, CD, Adobe Acrobat, PC and Mac, 1606 pp.