Gießener Auswanderungsgesellschaft

Gießener Auswanderungsgesellschaft

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The Gießener Auswanderungsgesellschaft was founded in 1833 in Gießen with the aim of establishing a German-populated federal state within the United States. A majority of the five hundred politically motivated members, from the middle and upper class, settled in Missouri in 1834. The effort was considered a failure, but its leaders did much to contribute to the German influence of the state in the early 19th century.

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