volume 1, issue 2, P132-150 1916
DOI: 10.2307/3035635
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Abstract: To understand the problem of harmonizing freedom and slavery in Appalachian America we must keep in mind two different stocks coming in some cases from the same mother country and subject here to the same government. Why they differed so widely was due to their peculiar ideals formed prior to their emigration from Europe and to their environment in the New World. To the Tidewater camie Germans first settled in the mountainous district of Pennsylvania and Maryland and then migrated later to the lower part of th…

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