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<em>Post und Volksblatt</em> was a weekly German news­paper edited by [[Krehbiel, Henry Peter (1862-1940)|H. P. Krehbiel]] and [[Krehbiel, Christian Emmanuel (1869-1948)|C. E. Krehbiel]] and published by the [[Western Book and Publishing Company (Newton, Kansas)|Western Book and Publishing Company]] at [[Newton (Kansas, USA)|Newton]], Kansas, 1904-1909. It was formed by combining the <em>Hillsboro Post </em>and the <em>Kansas Volksblatt. </em>The 1904 volume of <em>Post und Volksblatt </em>was volume 18. In 1910 the name was changed to <em>[[Herold, Der (Periodical)|Der Herold]] </em>but the volume numbers were kept in consecutive order. The <em>Kansas Volksblatt </em>had at one time been edited by [[Goerz, David (1849-1914)|D. Goerz]] and W. J. Krehbiel and sold by them to the Newton <em>Kansan </em>in 1899. D. R. Krehbiel served as editor until the <em>Kansan </em>sold the <em>Kansas Volksblatt </em>to the Western Book and Publishing Company.<em> </em>
 
<em>Post und Volksblatt</em> was a weekly German news­paper edited by [[Krehbiel, Henry Peter (1862-1940)|H. P. Krehbiel]] and [[Krehbiel, Christian Emmanuel (1869-1948)|C. E. Krehbiel]] and published by the [[Western Book and Publishing Company (Newton, Kansas)|Western Book and Publishing Company]] at [[Newton (Kansas, USA)|Newton]], Kansas, 1904-1909. It was formed by combining the <em>Hillsboro Post </em>and the <em>Kansas Volksblatt. </em>The 1904 volume of <em>Post und Volksblatt </em>was volume 18. In 1910 the name was changed to <em>[[Herold, Der (Periodical)|Der Herold]] </em>but the volume numbers were kept in consecutive order. The <em>Kansas Volksblatt </em>had at one time been edited by [[Goerz, David (1849-1914)|D. Goerz]] and W. J. Krehbiel and sold by them to the Newton <em>Kansan </em>in 1899. D. R. Krehbiel served as editor until the <em>Kansan </em>sold the <em>Kansas Volksblatt </em>to the Western Book and Publishing Company.<em> </em>
 
 
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
<em>Newton Kansan, </em>Fiftieth Anniversary Edition, 1922.
 
<em>Newton Kansan, </em>Fiftieth Anniversary Edition, 1922.
  
 
<em>Post und  Volksblatt </em>(Mennonite Library and Archives, North Newton, Kansas).
 
<em>Post und  Volksblatt </em>(Mennonite Library and Archives, North Newton, Kansas).
 
 
 
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Post und Volksblatt was a weekly German news­paper edited by H. P. Krehbiel and C. E. Krehbiel and published by the Western Book and Publishing Company at Newton, Kansas, 1904-1909. It was formed by combining the Hillsboro Post and the Kansas Volksblatt. The 1904 volume of Post und Volksblatt was volume 18. In 1910 the name was changed to Der Herold but the volume numbers were kept in consecutive order. The Kansas Volksblatt had at one time been edited by D. Goerz and W. J. Krehbiel and sold by them to the Newton Kansan in 1899. D. R. Krehbiel served as editor until the Kansan sold the Kansas Volksblatt to the Western Book and Publishing Company.

Bibliography

Newton Kansan, Fiftieth Anniversary Edition, 1922.

Post und  Volksblatt (Mennonite Library and Archives, North Newton, Kansas).


Author(s) John F Schmidt
Date Published 1959


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Schmidt, John F. "Post und Volksblatt (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 4 Dec 2016. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Post_und_Volksblatt_(Periodical)&oldid=84135.

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Schmidt, John F. (1959). Post und Volksblatt (Periodical). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 4 December 2016, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Post_und_Volksblatt_(Periodical)&oldid=84135.




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