The German Immigration to America 1709-1740
This publication was produced as "Part III of a Narrative and Critical History, Prepared at the request of the Pennsylvania German Society"
Henry Eyster Jacobs, 1898, 133 pages
"The great movement of thousands of Palatines, accompanied by some Swabians and other Germans to England in the spring and summer of 1709, was traced in a most exhaustive and satisfactory manner last year. They had been preceded, it will be remembered, by a small band under the Rev. Joshua Kocherthal, who, after some delay in England, had reached New York on the last day of 1709. It is our aim to take up the narrative at this point, and, after following the course of the immigrants to Pennsylvania, to give some account of succeeding emigrations, until the year 1740."
1 - The Effort to Turn German Emigration to South Carolina
2 - The Immediate Results of Kocherthal's Pamphlet
3 - The Palatinate Emigration to New York
4 - On the Ocean
5 - In New York
6 - To Pennsylvania