Articles and Reviews
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Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "The 300th Anniversary of the Reformation (1817) and its Implications for German Immigration to America," The Palatine Immigrant. 42:4 (2017): 12-16.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "Robert E. Ward (1937-2017): In Memoriam," Yearbook of German-American Studies. 51 (2016): 3-4.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "Gert Niers (1943-2016), In Memoriam," German Life. (October/November 2016): 8, 21.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "The Star Spangled Banner – auf deutsch," The Palatine Immigrant. 40:4(2016): 20-21.

“Photos of 152 Members of Die Neuner, the Ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment,” with an Introduction by Don Heinrich Tolzmann, and list compiled by Kenny Burck, The Tracer. 37:3(2016): 90.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, “Amos Shinkle: Profile of a Self-made Man,” Bulletin of the Kenton County Historical Society, (May/June 2016): 2-8.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, “The Directory of the Covington & Cincinnati Bridge Co.: Roebling’s Address and Memo Book,” Bulletin of the Kenton County Historical Society. (July/August 2015): 7-9.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "Wilhelm Hildenbrand (1843-1908): Chief Engineer for the Reconstruction of the Roebling Suspension Bridge," Bulletin of the Kenton County Historical Society. (March/April 2015): 1-5.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "The Steuben Regiment: A German Regiment from New York in the Civil War," The Palatine Immigrant, 40:1 (2014): 19-26.

Hermann Welp and Monika Thölking, "Off to New Shores: German Immigration to Cincinnati from the Osnabrücker Nordland in the Early 19th Century," Translated and edited by Don Heinrich Tolzmann. The Tracer. 35:4 (2014): 98, 112-16.

"Washington Roebling (1837-1926): Man and Myth," Bulletin of the Kenton County Historical History. (November/December 2014): 6-10.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "Charles Stolzenburg (1867-1903): A Stone Mason Carves His Name into History on the Roebling Suspension Bridge," Bulletin of the Kenton County Historical Society. (July-August 2014): 9-10.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "Remembering World War I," Germerica.com. (February 3, 2014) and reprinted in: German-American News. 20:2 (2014) and: German-American Journal. 62:3 (2014): 5.

"Oldenburg, Indiana," German-American Hall of Fame/GAMHOF, No. 9 (2014).

"Wilhelm Pfaender, A German Forty-Eighter and Turner Leader in Germany and America," The Palatine Immigrant. 39:2 (2014): 18-23.

"The Germanic Museum at Harvard University," German-American Journal. 62:1 (February/March 2014): 5, 8.