First American Translation of a European Bible Translation

Biblia das ist: Die Heilige Schrift.
Germantown: Christoph Saur, 1743. (Prothro B-319)

The Lutheran German Bible printed by Christoph Saur I (1693–1758) in 1743 was the first European-language Bible published in the Americas. The second edition, printed by his son Christoph Saur II (1721–1784) in 1763, was the first Bible printed on American-made paper. The third Saur Bible, printed in 1776, was the first Bible printed with American-made type, which was manufactured at the Saur type foundry in Germantown.

Early American Bibles
The Saur Bible