German-American History in Buffalo, NY

On Buffalo Architecture and History website:

Illustrations and Essays from German-American History in Buffalo

Martin Luther King, Jr. Park: Previously named The Parade, Humboldt Park

Hamlin Park

Architecture and Early German Music in Buffalo Illustrated

Miller House Annie Lang Miller, for whom the house was built, was the daughter of brewer Gerhard Lang

Blessed Trinity RC Church Predominantly German-Americans parish that erected the church

St. Mary of Sorrows RC Church

From Masten Park High School to City Honors: The Story of a School Site

Barnes & Hengerer Department Store

Gerhard Lang Brewery Illustration, links

Eli David Hofeller 

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

Concordia Cemetery

Beth Jacob Cemetery

Frank J. Offermann

Gottfried Offermann

Ziegle/Feine House

Philip Becker House

German Lutheran Immigrants in Buffalo

Martin F. Ederer, "Introduction: The Heritage of Buffalo's Catholic Churches" in Buffalo's Catholic Churches: Ethnic Communities and the Architectural Legacy History

David A. Gerber, Language Maintenance, Ethnic Group Formation, and Public Schools: Changing Patterns of German Concern, Buffalo, 1837-1874

Mark Goldman, Buffalo's Historic Neighborhoods: Hamlin Park

James Napora,  "Germania" Neighborhoods in Houses of Worship: A Guide to the Religious Architecture of Buffalo, New York

German-American Bank photo in 1905 Buffalo of Today: Domestic and Industrial

On other websites:

Archivaria Illustrations, history

The German Americans: An Ethnic Experience Illustrations, history

The German Community of Buffalo and the Pan-American Exposition By The Libraries, University at Buffalo

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