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immediately created a unique fortified settlement which, having been born in Switzerland, he called New Helvetia, but which was known generally as Sutter's Fort. Itng exerted through literary channels. This was the Pestalozzian movement in Switzerland and Germany, destined in later decades to have a powerful effect on Americand to the development of our primary schools. The Fellenberg experiment in Switzerland (1809-44) exerted, according to Barnard, a greater influence in America thanrged with complicity in the assassination of Kotzebue, he made his escape to Switzerland, and then to Paris. There he fell in with his friend Karl Beck, likewise a e examined the old Spanish books in the Imperial Library. After a summer in Switzerland and southern Germany, he moved towards Rome, which he reached in December, r European girls against the practices of Mormon missionaries in Germany and Switzerland before governments intervened. Throughout the nineteenth century a great