Mucsi Related Resources

1. The Republic of Mucsi (1946-1948) translated by Henry Fischer

www.dvhh.org/swabian-turkey/village/mucsi-rep-1946-1948.htm

2. Mucsi web page by several people

http://www.mucsi.hu/

3. Donauschwaben History

http://www.dvhh.org/history/

4. Hungary's Ethnic German Farmers around 1800. Part 1: Their Homes by Felix G. Game

http://www.felix-game.ca/html_files/gfarmer1.html

5. Hungary's Ethnic German Farmers around 1800. Part 2: Their Economy by Felix G. Game

http://www.felix-game.ca/html_files/gfarmer2.html

6. Books in German about Mucsi

Hambuch, Wendelin. Mutsching, Mucsi: Geschichte und Gesellschaft einer ehemaligen fuldischen Gemeinde in Ungarn. 1988, Budapest, Tankönyvkiadó. 405 pages and pictures. (Ungarndeutsche Ortschaften, 1) ISBN: 963-18-1280-4. Standort/Library: Südwestdeutscher Bibliotheksverbund.

Hambuch, Wendelin, Karl Manherz. Beiträge zur Volkskunde der fuldischen Gemeinde Mutsching, Mucsi in der Schwäbischen Türkei. [E: Contributions on the culture of the Fulda community in Swabian Turkey.] 1989, Budapest, Tankönyvkiadó. 241 pages. (Publikation des Demokratischen Verbandes der Ungarndeutschen, 5). ISBN: 963-18-1350-9 / 963-18-1351-7. Library/Standort: Südwestdeutscher Bibliotheksverbund.

7. The Fulda Dialect used in Mucsi

Gommermann, Andreas, "Hungarian and American Borrowings in a Twice Transplanted Fulda Dialect" in Languages in Conflict: Linguistic Acculturation on the Great Plains. Paul Schach, ed., Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 1980.

8. Mucsi Family Club of Milwaukee

Mucsi Family Club
N25 W27024 Lauren Ct.
Pewaukee, WI 53072

9. Local History of Zavod in Tolna by Anton Mayer has several references and names of the early settlers in Mucsi. The text was graciously translated by Henry Fischer and appears on the Early History page. 

10. Oberhessische Siedlungsmundart in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, Tochtermundart einer in Mucsi (Ingarn) gesprochenen fuldischen Siedlungsmund art by Andreas Gommermann. Dissertation, Department of Modern Languages, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1975. This dissertation was written on the dialect of Mucsi spoken in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is basically pure “Mutschingerisch,” and the work includes a chapter on the Hungarian and English influences on the vocabulary. 


Mutsching Village Coordinator: Joseph F. Martin, Romeoville, Illinois
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Last updated: 08 Jul 2013