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Library Co. of Phila.
The Pennsylvania German Broadside: A History and Guide
by Don Yoder (au).
Fifteenth-century Germany was the birthplace of movable type and of one of its powerful consequences, the broadside. These mass-produced printed sheets allowed both the Renaissance and the Reformation to spread with previously unimaginable speed, and when German immigrants made their way to North America, the cultural significance of the broadside followed. Don Yoder's Pennsylvania German Broadside examines the history and legacy of these printed sheets within the Pennsylvania German community. (Philadelphia: Co-published with the Library Company of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania German Society, September 2005.)
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