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eBook The Salzburger Saga: Religious Exiles and Other Germans Along the Savannah (Brown Thrasher Books) download ISBN: 0820306894
Author: George Fenwick Jones
Publisher: University of Georgia Press (March 1, 1984)
Language: English
Pages: 216
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The Salzburger Saga : Religious Exiles and Other Germans along the Savannah. by George Fenwick Jones. In 1731, the archbishop of Salzburg expelled twenty thousand Protestants who refused to abjure their religion. Three hundred of these emigrants accepted the invitation of the Georgia Trustees to settle in their new colony. The first Salzburger transport arrived in 1734 and was followed during the next seven years by three more. The Salzburgers names their colony Ebenezer.

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George Fenwick Jones. Brown Thrasher Books. University of Georgia Press. Walmart 9780820340159. Book Format: Paperback. Based mainly on detailed journals and letters written by the Salzburgers' pastor, Johann Martin Boltzius, this work describes the expulsion of the Salzburger emigrants, their journey to Georgia, the hardships they endured, and their eventual success.

George Fenwick Jones is a professor emeritus of German and comparative literature at the University of Maryland.

Jones, George Fenwick (1984). The Salzburger Saga: Religious Exiles and Other Germans along the Savannah. Von Reck's voyage: drawings and journal of Philip Georg Friedrich von Reck. Savannah: Beehive Press. Athens: University of Georgia Press. Becoming American: The British Atlantic Colonies, 1690-1763, National Humanities Center Resource Toolbox.

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256pp. dustjacket. New 4,426 entry Subject & Every Name Index by Picton Press. 1997 (1983) #1779 $24.50

In 1734 several hundred Lutherans who had been expelled from Salzburg (now Austria) arrived in colonial Georgia. Here they became some of Georgia's earliest, most extraordinary, and most industrious settlers.

Dr. Jones' book details the daily lives of the settlers, masterfully mixing lively accounting of individual settlers with much dryer appendices which name all of the settlers and the ships in which they came.

This classic source for early southern research has been out of print for some time, and is brought back into print here by Picton Press with a new exhaustive index.

Comments: (3)
Inabel
There is a ton of reference materials out there on the Salzburgers, but this is probably the most comprehensive and reliable of all I have seen. A lot of the other "definitive" material on this group was published much earlier than this book, and because of that they have become obsolete in view of new facts and information that wasn't uncovered or compiled until the last few decades. George Fenwick Jones is the present-day authority on the Salzburgers, and is a skillful writer who has a just-the-facts approach but puts it all together in a flowing narrative. The book also contains the most complete list of the "Inhabitants of Ebenezer", which is around 50 pages and lists all the information known about each individual from letters and other manuscripts (e.g. birth, marriages, land grants, children, death).
Shaktizragore
I am a descendant of a Salzburger family. I had imagined their lives completely different than what I found in this book. I found it fascinating and plan to recommend it to my family members.
Ranenast
Great book