Ohio Chapter Palatines to America German Genealogy 2015 Fall Seminar

The Ohio Chapter of the Palatines to America will be holding their fall seminar this October. If you are able to attend it's well worth it. See below the information about speakers and registrations.

"Follow the Pioneers: Leaving Germany to Adjusting in the New World"

Saturday, October 24, 2015, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM

Der Dutchman Restaurant, 445 Jefferson Avenue, U.S. Route 42, Plain City, Ohio


Featured Speaker:    Marianne Wokeck,  native German author of Trade in Strangers; and Chancellor’s Professor of History, Indiana University.

Topics: To Move or Not To Move: Transatlantic Relocation in the Age of Sail               Follow the Pioneers: Importance of Transatlantic Networks for Settlement Patterns               The Branding of "Other":  Defining and Re-Defining Ethnic Identity in the 18th Century               Preaching and Walking the Walk:  The Role of Minister's Households in Shaping Local Customs and Tradition

Fee including materials & Der Dutchman lunch: $49;  PalAm Members: $39

Deadline for Early Registration is October 9, 2015;  After October 9 add $10  (non-members $59; members $49)

Register online by PayPal: http://www.oh-palam.org/

or send to: Linda Dietrich, 5422 Cindy Lane, Cincinnati, OH 45239

e-mail: <lindabelle@lcs.net>

For additional information about Marianne Wokeck see:    http://liberalarts.iupui.edu/directory/bio/mwokeck



Thank you, Richard E. Hartle, Publicity Chairman Ohio Chapter PalAm