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The St. Josephs-Blatt 1896-1919

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Steven W. Harmon

The St. Josephs-Blatt, an important German-language publication on the west coast from 1896-1952, was a barometer of the ideals, thoughts, and fears of the German-American Catholic population. This book chronicles the newspaper's editorials and articles, from 1896 through 1919, as they relate to the xenophobia, anti- Catholicism, and anti-German sentiment of World War I faced by the German-American and Catholic populations of the United States.