German-Iowan Studies: Selected Essays
Although the notion of German-Iowan studies may seem arcane, Roba's reminder that more than 300,000 North Germans migrated to the area between 1847 and 1881 and that currently 51.5% of Iowans have a German background attests to their relevance. Roba (American studies, Scott Community College) focuses on several Iowa citizens, including Buffalo Bill
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