Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is about the influx of German immigrants in St. Louis, Missouri in the period prior to the Civil War, and how it influenced the outcome of the Camp Jackson Affair. Heidi Mathis returns for more discussion of St. Louis and German immigrants. Join us as we learn about the different beliefs of southerners and German immigrants in St. Louis in 1861.
Mid-19th Century Germans in St. Louis and the Civil War by Heidi Mathis at Family Locket
Euphrasia Pettus Letter and Photo at Missouri Historical Society
Abolitionizing Missouri: German Immigrants and Racial Ideology in Nineteenth-Century America – book by Kristen Layne Anderson
Study Group – more information and email list
Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist’s Guide by Diana Elder with Nicole Dyer on Amazon.com
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