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Examples of "wahrheitsfreund"
From 1837 to 1907, the "Telegraph" had a German-language sister publication, known as "Der Wahrheitsfreund". It was the country's first Catholic periodical published in German.
At the time of the paper’s first issue on July 20, 1837, the Diocese of Cincinnati covered the entirety of Ohio and its English-language weekly, "The Catholic Telegraph", had circulated for several years. The "Wahrheitsfreund"’s founder, vicar general John Henni, served as editor from its founding to his appointment as the first Bishop of Milwaukee in 1843. By 1875, the paper had 14,400 subscribers. In 1907, the "Wahrheitsfreund" merged with Rev. Joseph Jessing's "Ohio Waisenfreund" (Ohio Orphan's Friend).
The Archdiocese is served by "The Catholic Telegraph", the diocesan newspaper, which is described on its website as the United States' oldest continuously published Catholic diocesan newspaper. Its defunct sister newspaper, "Der Wahrheitsfreund", was the first German Catholic newspaper in the country.
Der Wahrheitsfreund or Der Wahrheits-Freund (“The Friend of Truth”) was the first German language Catholic newspaper in the United States and one of many German-language newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio during the nineteenth century. It was published by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati, and proceeds went to the St. Aloysius Orphan Society.
After his conversion he taught German at St. John's College, Fordham; later he edited in Cincinnati the "Wahrheitsfreund", a German Catholic weekly, and in 1846 he left for Baltimore where he founded the weekly "Kirchenzeitung". Under his editorial direction, it was the most prominent German Catholic publication in the United States. In 1851, he moved the paper to New York. In 1869 he published "Altesund Neues".
After the United States signed the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux with the Lakota in 1851, it declared much of southern and central Minnesota open to settlement by European Americans. Noticing many Protestant Yankee settlers from the Northern Tier, Father Pierz began to promote the territory among German-American Catholics. Writing in newspapers such as "Der Wahrheitsfreund" ("The Friend of Truth"), based in Cincinnati, Ohio, he wrote glowing descriptions of Minnesota's climate, its soil, and its large tracts of free land for homesteaders.
In the period 1772 to the early 1840s, few Germans immigrated to Pennsylvania, so there was little infusion of advanced journalistic technique from Germany. The numerous small newspapers focused increasingly on the local Pennsylvania Dutch community, and changed the language from high German to the local dialect. By 1802, Pennsylvanian Germans published newspapers not only in Philadelphia, but also in Lancaster, Reading, Easton, Harrisburg, York, and Norristown. The oldest German Catholic newspaper, the Cincinnati Archdiocese's "Der Wahrheitsfreund", began publishing in 1837.
The first German language paper was "Die Philadelphische Zeitung", published by Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia beginning in 1732; it failed after a year. In 1739, Christopher Sauer established "Der Hoch-Deutsche Pennsylvanische Geschicht-Schreiber", later known as "Die Germantauner Zeitung". It was one of the most influential pre-Revolutionary weekly newspapers in the colonies. By 1802, Pennsylvanian Germans published newspapers not only in Philadelphia, but also in Lancaster, Reading, Easton, Harrisburg, York, and Norristown. The oldest German Catholic newspaper, the Cincinnati Archdiocese's "Der Wahrheitsfreund", began publishing in 1837. By 1881, it was one of five German papers in the Cincinnati market.
Hemann became tired of the schoolmaster's baculus, and opened a dry-goods store on Main Street, opposite Twelfth Street. In 1848, he relocated the store to the corner of Linn and Laurel streets. Here he made the acquaintance of a prominent literary gentleman, who advised Mr. Hemann not to bury his talents in a dry-goods shelf, but to go into the literary pursuit. While on a journey to his native country in the summer of 1850, subject to his instruction by letter, the "Wahrheitsfreund", the first German Catholic newspaper in the United States, was purchased for him. He then hastened home and took the publishing of the paper in his own hand; and on October 12, 1850, he began the publication of the "Cincinnati Volksfreund", one of the principal German daily newspapers of the country. Originally neutral in politics, it afterwards, when the Demokratisches Tageblatt, one of the organs of the Democratic party, ceased to exist, and when the Volksblatt went over to the Republican party, became the leading German Democratic paper of Ohio.