The Hausbieble, also known as the “House Bible,” was a collection of three German-language Bibles printed in America by the Saur family in the 1740s-1770s. As the first European-language Bibles to be printed in America, the Hausbieble was important in helping German immigrants preserve their cultural heritage in the New World. Additionally, it played a role in the American Revolutionary War, as British soldiers used its pages to make paper cartridges.
Articles about Books and Documents
Discover the wealth of knowledge preserved in books and documents related to firearm history and technology. This collection of articles offers an in-depth look at various publications, manuscripts, and other resources that have captured the essence of early firearm development, ammunition, and the inventors who pushed the boundaries of innovation in their time.