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He died in One of the foremost German-American poets, if not the most important, is Theodor Kirchhoff , who was born in Uetersen, Holstein in He composed many lyrical poems while still in the gymnasium [academic high school], took part in the Schleswig-Holstein War of and emigrated after its conclusion.
After intermittant stays in St. Going through Nicaragua, he traveled back to New Orleans. He stayed in the South until and then took a difficult stagecoach trip to Idaho. He was in business there and in Oregon. In he settled in San Francisco. For six years he operated a wholesale establishment dealing in goldware and jewelry. At this time he dedicated himself to literary pursuits. He traveled more and this led him to the Sandwich Islands. He died on March 2, in San Francisco.
Then he edited Otto Ruppius' newspaper Gradaus and he was a contributor on newspapers in St. In Jefferson City, where he spent his later years in his son's home, he died in May He gave German instruction in public schools. He wrote Lonely Hours , dramatic poetry, festival plays and other works. Jakob Heintz , born in Alzey, Hessen in , was a furniture manufacturer in New York and a gymnastics enthusiast.
He wrote From the Leisure Hours. He wrote The State System in Europe and other works. Victor Precht , born in Bremen in , came to America in and later returned to his homeland. He wrote Jakob Leisler and other works. Friedrich Carl Castelhun , born in Nordheim near Worms in , emigrated in , studied medicine in America and Germany.
He practiced medicine in St. Louis and for a time in San Francisco. He died in the year Julius Bruck was born in Brieg, Silesia in He practiced medicine in Newark, New Jersey and for a time was editor of the Zickel'schen Zeitschriften.