Switzerland, Swiss history, European history
For most travelers, Switzerland conjures spectacular images of the snow-clad Alps; a place where rugged, commanding vistas coexist with an abundance of pure mountain air, exhilarating in its alluring crispness. Yet there is more to the story than picturesque scenery and quaint villages, which time seems to forget. The Swiss are a proud people , who through the intervening centuries, generation after generation, carefully nourished and guarded their love of freedom and independence. This sturdiness of mind and intellect was transplanted to America with the early Swiss settlers. They came and prospered, achieving distinction in numerous fields of endeavor.
Smyk, Edward A.
"Remembering Albert Bartholdi Passaic's SwissAmerican Historian,"
Swiss American Historical Society Review: Vol. 52:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sahs_review/vol52/iss1/5