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John B. Frantz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Pennsylvania Historical Association
Specific Interests-early American history from early settlements to the Civil War, Colonial and Revolutionary Revoltionary America, Pennsylvania History, Pennsylvania Germans,
Special Projects- "The Awakening of Religion Among the German Settlers in the Middle Colonies," Sources of Infoirmation about the Pennasylvania Germans.
|Address:||Penn State University
108 Weaver Building
University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Pennsylvania
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Ethnic History / Studies
Religious Studies and Theology
Degrees-A.B., Franklin and Marshall College; M.A. and Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Articles- "The Awakening of Religion Among the German Settlers in the Middle Colonies," Religion in the Middle Colonies: Model for a Nation," "Early German Methodism in America," "Re- ligion in Pennsylvania during the Revolution," "Franklin and the Pennsylvania Germans," Monographs- PENNSAYLVANIA'S RELIGIOUS LEADERS, co-editor; BEYOND PHILADELPHIA: THE AMERICAN REVOUTION IN PENNSYLVANIA'S BACK COUNTRY, co-editor; BACON'S REBELLION...,editor.
Courses Taught-Pennsylvania History, Colonial and Revolutionary America,Am.Civilization to 1877 (on closed circuit television. Professional Experience- Departments of History at Franklin and Marshall College and Penn State University. Awards- Research Fellowship, Yale University Divnity School; Award of Merit, Pennsylvania German Society.