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Baltimore

Männerchor (1835–1962) founded by German immigrant Phillip Matthias Wohlseiffer was the first German-American singing society organized in the United States. In 1836, Wohlseiffer founded the Baltimore Liederkranz, which became the first to accept women members (1838


Philadelphia

title The German Element in the United States: With Special Reference to Its Political, Moral, Social, and Educational Influence year 1909 volume II page 272 founded by German immigrant Phillip Matthias Wohlseiffer was the first German-American singing society organized in the United States. In 1836, Wohlseiffer founded the Baltimore Liederkranz, which became the first to accept women members (1838). In 1846, the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania group and the Baltimore


Boston

it difficult to survive on farming, and eventually turned to the shipping and fishing industries. Early life Born in Saccarappa, Maine in 1825, Akers moved to Boston in 1849 where he was an apprentice. ref>


United States

founded by German immigrant Phillip Matthias Wohlseiffer was the first German-American singing society organized in the United States. In 1836, Wohlseiffer founded the Baltimore Liederkranz, which became the first to accept women members (1838). In 1846


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