The Swiss in the United States, Second Volumeby John Paul von Gruen (Editor)
Originally published under the auspices of the Swiss-American Historical Society, this book is a collection of essays on topics of interest to persons of Swiss origin, especially those whose ancestors came to America after 1840. The book derives its title from its first and longest chapter, a description of the Swiss-American population in 1930. State by state, Mr. von Grueningen describes the Swiss presence in 1930, accounting for early settlements, occupations, city and county distribution, and changes in Swiss-American demography over time. In all, this scarce volume refers to nearly 2,500 Swiss or Swiss-Americans.
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