Articles and Reviews
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Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "Friedrich Gerstäcker and Cincinnati," at the blog site of Dr. Christoph Irmscher (22 January 2019)

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "The German-Americana Collection, University of Cincinnati: How it Came to Be," Presented at the University of Cincinnati, April 13, 2018. [YouTube video presentation]

Paul A. Tenkotte, "Our Rich History: New book, PBS documentary shine national attention on John A. Roebling Bridge," Northern Kentucky Tribune. (23 July 2018).

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "Our Rich History: The Cincinnati German Origins of Memorial Day - Here's the Connection," Northern Kentucky Tribune. (28 May 2018).

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "The Land of Milk and Honey: Letters of Johann Bernard Meyer from America to Family in the Osnabrücker Nordland, 1835 and 1844," The Palatine Immigrant, 43: 2 (2018): 11-17.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "Abraham Lincoln's Ancestry," Vereinsnachrichten, published by the German Society of Maryland. Issue 108 (January 2018): 6.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "The Land of Opportunity, An Article on America by a German Immigrant in Cincinnati, 1924. " The Palatine Immigrant. 43:1 (2017): 25-27.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, “Adolf Dehn: Life and Work of a German-American Artist on both Sides of the Atlantic,” The Report: a Journal of German-American History. 47 (2017): 113-22.

Kevin Rigsbee, "The Don Heinrich Tolzmann German-Americana Collection," LiBlog: University of Cincinnati Libraries' Blog (19 October 2017).

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "The 300th Anniversary of the Reformation (1817) and its Implications for German Immigration to America," The Palatine Immigrant. 42:4 (2017): 12-16.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "Robert E. Ward (1937-2017): In Memoriam," Yearbook of German-American Studies. 51 (2016): 3-4.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "Gert Niers (1943-2016), In Memoriam," German Life. (October/November 2016): 8, 21.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, "The Star Spangled Banner – auf deutsch," The Palatine Immigrant. 40:4(2016): 20-21.

“Photos of 152 Members of Die Neuner, the Ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment,” with an Introduction by Don Heinrich Tolzmann, and list compiled by Kenny Burck, The Tracer. 37:3(2016): 90.

Don Heinrich Tolzmann, “Amos Shinkle: Profile of a Self-made Man,” Bulletin of the Kenton County Historical Society, (May/June 2016): 2-8.