Fritz Juengling, AG

Publications by Fritz Juengling, AG

  • “The Importance of Latin in Family History Research.”  German-American GenealogyFall 2015: 1-3.
  • Book Review of: Van der Sijs, Nicoline. Cookies, Coleslaw, and Stoops. The Influence of Dutch on the North American Languages. Amsterdam University Press. 2009. In:Dutch-American Genealogy Spring 2015: 19-20.
  • “Dutch Websites.” Dutch-American Genealogy Spring 2015: 14-18.
  • “Calendar Changes in Belgian, Dutch, French and German Research.” Dutch-American Genealogy Spring 2015: 11-13.
  • “Religious Denominations in the Netherlands.” Dutch-American Genealogy Spring 2015: 9-10.
  • “Spelling Variants in Dutch Documents.” Dutch-American Genealogy Spring 2015: 1-8.
  • “Low German Language in German Research.”  American-Ostfriesen Journal 18:1( Jan. Feb. Mar. 2015): 19.
  • “Hartmut Wegner: A Family History Researcher in Pommern.” Die Pommerschen Leute 38:1 (Spring 2015): 6.
  • “Immigrant’s journey, step by step.”  Der Kurier. 32:4 (December 2014): 73, 76-79.
  • “Month Names in German.”  German American Genealogy 2014: 1-6.
  • “The History of That Little Troublemaker ‘-in’ and What to Do About It.” Der Blumenbaum 31:4 (April, May, June 2014): 170-171.
  • “Focus on Baden.” Germanic Genealogy Journal 16:3 (2013): 5-17.
  • “Address Books in Genealogical Research.” German American Genealogy 2013: 2-6.
  • “French Influence on German Research.” Der Blumenbaum 30:3 (January, February, March 2013): 121-123.
  • “Ortssippenbücher and Ortsfamilienbücher: Valuable Resources in Genealogical Research.” Der Kurier 30:4 (December 2012): 77-79.
  • Gesinde Dienstbücher as a Genealogical Source.” Germanic Genealogy Journal15:2 (Summer 2012): 17.
  • “Salem School Names.” In: Sturgeon, Keni, ed. Willamette Valley Voices: Connecting Generations. A Publication of the Willamette Heritage Center at The Mill 1:1 (Summer 2012): 18-30. Online at: The Willamette Heritage Center at The Mill.
  • “Weekdays and Weekday Symbols.” Der Blumenbaum 30:1 (July, August, September 2012): 26-27.
  • “The Genealogical Value of Guild Records.” Germanic Genealogy Journal 14:4 (Winter 2011): 5-10.
  • “The Etymology of She.” Rivista Italiana di Linguistica e di Dialettologia 3 (2001): 129-151.
  • “Review of Oregon’s Names: How to Say Them and Where are They Located.” Bert Webber, M.L.S. 1995. Medford: Webb Research Group.” In: Names: A Journal of Onomastics 48:2 (June 2000): 156-160.
  • “A Bibliography of English in South Africa (Revisited).” Language Matters 30 (1999): 197-198.
  • The Origins of the Southern Hemisphere Accents of English. 1999. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International.
  • “A Bibliography of English in South Africa.” Language Matters 29 (1998): 179-255.
  • “Some Minnesotaisms.” 1998. In: Cogdill, Sharon. Book of Virtues: A Compendium. The College of Fine Arts and Humanities 1997-98. St. Cloud State University College of Fine Arts and Humanities. 132-135.
  • Chalhoub-Deville, M., Juengling, F., McCollum Lozier, V., & Mueller, I. 1996.Qualitative and Quantitative Review of the University of Minnesota, CLA Language German Entrance and Graduation Proficiency Tests. The Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
  • Chalhoub-Deville, M., McCollum Lozier, V., Sweet, G., Juengling, F., Klein, F., Mueller,
    I., Alcaya, C., & Kim, S. 1995. Technical report #1: Qualitative and Quantitative
    Critique of the Entrance and Graduation University of Minnesota CLA language
    Proficiency Tests in French, German, and Spanish
    . Minneapolis: The Center for
    Advanced Research on Language Acquisition.
  • Chalhoub-Deville, M., Juengling, F., Klein, F., & Sweet, G. (Submitted to Eric)Simulated Oral Proficiency Interview. The Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition. University of Minnesota. 1995.
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