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The biggest wave of anti-immigrant resentment in American history, a nativistic movement called Knownothingism, swept the country.Irish and German immigrants became the main targets for this militant and aggressive group.Egg Harbor City, a charming and pleasantly sedate town of 5,800 inhabitants, inland between Philadelphia and Atlantic City, is neither a city nor a harbor.Remains the egg, for which the Jersey folklore has a quick and ready answer, to us so unconvincing that we have to relegate this information into a footnote.The original idea seems to have been to develop simultaneously an urban core and a loosely settled farming area.

Settlers who were interested only in the city ground could purchase a city lot for .00.

The first railroad station for the settlement-to-be was named Cedar Bridge.

In their initial plans the promoters went completely overboard.

Direct immigration from the German fatherland might be channeled into Egg Harbor to swell the ranks of the settlers. A refuge for all German countrymen who want to combine and enjoy American freedom with German Gemtlichkeit, sociability and undisturbed happiness.

In 1859 the Association put out a special pamphlet under the heading "Was wir wollen What we want." The answer developed the entire program of the project. A place to develop German folk life, German arts and sciences, especially music.

Settlers who were interested only in the city ground could purchase a city lot for .00.The first railroad station for the settlement-to-be was named Cedar Bridge.In their initial plans the promoters went completely overboard.Direct immigration from the German fatherland might be channeled into Egg Harbor to swell the ranks of the settlers. A refuge for all German countrymen who want to combine and enjoy American freedom with German Gemtlichkeit, sociability and undisturbed happiness.In 1859 the Association put out a special pamphlet under the heading "Was wir wollen What we want." The answer developed the entire program of the project. A place to develop German folk life, German arts and sciences, especially music.When on July 1, 1854 the first train of the new railroad left Camden and puffed eastward, the official party included a good number of prominent German-Americans from Philadelphia, among them William and Henry Schmoele and Philip Mathias Wolsieffer.