Cincinnati’s German Heritage - Don Heinrich Tolzmann. Abounding with biographical and historical data, this book is a definitive history of Cincinnati, one of America’s three major urban centers of German heritage (St. Louis and Milwaukee are the others). This volume traces, outlines, and discusses German immigration and settlement in the Greater Cincinnati area since the eighteenth century. It contains The Survival of an Ethnic Community: The Cincinnati Germans 1918 through 1932 and The Cincinnati Germans after the Great War, plus thirty pages of bibliographical material on books about the city’s German-Americans and twenty-six pages listing German newspapers from Cincinnati and surrounding areas. This book is for anyone interested in the German heritage of the Ohio Valley region. (1994), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, 432 pp.