7 edition of The Christopher Sauers found in the catalog.
by Brethren Pr
Written in English
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Sauer's Herbal Cures: America's First Book of Botanic Healing, by William Woys Weaver A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Sower is also known for priting the first German newspaper in America. Sower the elder died on September 25, , and Christopher Sower II, continued his father's business and printed two more versions of the Bible in and He became a Bishop of the Dunker Church, but continued his printing business up to the Revolution.
Sign and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. Christopher P. Sauer, 66, of Celina, passed away on Friday, Aug. 30, at his residence in Celina. He was born on Jan. 3, Early History of the Germantown Congregation. In the s, Christopher Sauer published the first European language Bible in America – Luther’s German translation. Dutch into German had been started in Germantown, and at the time of its printing, it was the largest single volume book .
Sep 05, · Christopher P. Sauer, 66, of Celina, passed away on Friday, Aug. 30, at his residence in Celina. He was born on Jan. 3, in Celina to the late Dr. Theodore J. Sauer . First published in by Christopher Sauer I, who also issued the first bible in a European language to be printed in American in This hymnal, based on a German Psalterspiel first published in , was reprinted many times until , this is the third edition printed by his son Christopher Sauer II, with hymns, of which 28 are new.
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Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Current Archives About About the Journal Author: Jerome H. Wood. () "Johann Christoph Sauer was the most active publisher of German-language print in colonial America. Through his publishing work, based in Germantown, Pennsylvania, he became the mouthpiece for many German immigrants’ opinions on the political.
Dec 19, · Sauer’s press published books, newspapers, schoolbooks, translation guides, and almanacs. He printed the first American hymnals for the Mennonites, Amish, Moravians, German Baptists, and Lutherans.
Today he is mostly remembered for his Sauer Bible, the first European-language Bible printed in America. In Muhlenberg wrote: "The Quakers have on their side the German book publisher Christopher Sauer, who controls the Mennonites, Separatists, Anabaptists and the like with his printed works and lines them up with the Quakers.
Johann Christoph Sauer (born ca. February 2, in Ladenburg, Electoral Palatinate; died September 25, in Germantown, PA) was the most active publisher.
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The Christopher Sauers: courageous printers who defended religious freedom in early America. The present edition was printed by Christopher Saur II, son of Christoph Saur the elder, a native of Wittgenstein, Germany. The elder Saur emigrated to Germantown, Pennsylvania and practiced medicine before turning to printing.
It was he who printed the first edition; the son then printed a second edition in EVANS HILDEBURN Buy The Christopher Sauers: Courageous Printers Who Defended Religious Freedom in Early America by Steve Longenecker (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Sauer never gave up his fight for the disadvantaged. At the gracious age of sixty-four, Christopher Sauer I died peaceably in Christopher Sauer II preserved the rich heritage of his father's business as well as his religious values.
He enlarged the printing business of his father and enlarged the hearts of the Germantown congregation. The Beginnings and Christopher Sauer the Elder. The first German-language printing in the colonies was done by the American printing pioneers Andrew Bradford and Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia who contracted for some small printing jobs for the communities of German sectarians that had started to immigrate to Pennsylvania from the end of the seventeenth century onwards.
A rather UNIQUE offering of a set of the three famous, first edition, first Bibles printed in America by Christoph Saur (Sower in English) in Germantown, Pennsylvania: the first Bible printed in America, the the first Bible printed on American-made paper and the (also called the gun-wad Bible) which is the first Bible printed from American-made type (font).
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Weaver tempers the herbal advice with current information and provides historical insights throughout. (LJ 11/15/00) Library Journal. For colonial Americans, the first (and only) word on using herbs and plants to cure everyday ills was found in Johann Sauer's book, now published in English for the first ducklakebooks.com: William Woys Weaver.Buy The Christopher Sauers: Courageous Printers Who Defended Religious Freedom in Early America by Steve Longenecker () by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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