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Received the George Hartleb Memorial Award for excellence in the field of German American Studies from the National Council of the Steuben Society of America

Author and Presenter Dr. Peter Lubrecht’s latest book and dynamic presentations are committed to making History come alive!

During the last two years, during the current Government administration, Carl Schurz has been quoted frequently in news media across the nation. Little is written or about his amazing accomplishments and contributions to American life. The wars with Germany along with anti-German and anti-immigrant feelings have diminished his 19th Century fame and political activity. Carl Schurz was a renaissance man whose life’s journey beginning in the small town of Liblar Germany and ending to the late nineteenth century “Gilded Age“ in New York City reads like a novel. His memory and name lives on monuments, towns and streets named after him; and on American and German postage stamps and ships. .Memorial plaques with his image are in towns across Germany and the United States. Carl Schurz Park, near where he lived in the Yorkville neighborhood of New York is being renovated, and his seven foot tall bronze statute done from a death mask by sculptor Karl Bitter standing on a granite plinth, overlooks Morningside Park on 116th Street in New York.

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Book Signings / Presentations
May 20 ,2020

GEN SCHURZ AND THE FLYING DUTCHMEN AT CHANCELLORSVILLE: PHILLIP KEARNY CIVIL WAR ROUNDTABLE Hasbrouck Heights Municipal Bldg. 320 Boulevard, Hasbrouck Hgts , NJ at 7:15pm.

May 04 ,2020

Robert E. Lee Civil War Round table-Woodbridge NJ 7:30 Presentation : Carl Schurz American Statesman and Civil War General. Book Signing.

April 24 ,2020

Presentation Georgetown University: Society for German American Studies. Carl Schurz

April 21 ,2020

Colonel Henry Ryerson and Muhlenburg Chapter of National Steuben Society at Bristol Glen, Newton NJ 7:30: Presentation and book signing Carl Schurz

February 13 ,2020

Sons of the American Revolution: Lafayette House 6:30 In Politics the More things Change the more They Stay the Same: Newspaper Man and Muckraker , former General and Senator Carl Schurz in the Gilded Age

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