The Salzburgers and Their Descendants: Being the History of a Colony of German (Lutheran) Protestants, who Emigrated to Georgia in 1734 and Settled at Ebenezer, Twenty-five Miles Above the City of Savannah
T. Newton Kurtz, 1855 - 308 pages
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