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Gackle Centennial  -  June 25-27, 2004

 

Photos of the Gackle 2004 Centennial Parade 

Prairies & People: Gackle, North Dakota, 1904 - 2004


Gackle Centennial Book Committee, Gackle, North Dakota, 2004, 360 pages, hardcover

The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide this important centennial book of Gackle, Logan County, south central North Dakota. 
Many families immigrated to the Gackle area from Bessarabia and from the Glckstal District villages of South Russia, today near Odessa, Ukraine.

The book includes a history of Gackle including the headline news from 1979 to 2004 taken from the Tri-County News, compiled by Marilyn Enzminger. In the school section there is a listing of all staff and graduates from 1923 to 2004 There are photographs from Gackle's Diamond Jubilee in 1979, 1980s to 2004 and businesses. The "Gackle Churches and Gackle Cemeteries" with photographs includes: Grace Baptist Church, First United Church of Christ, Emmanuel Lutheran Church, St. Anne's Catholic Church, Church of God (Seventh Day) and Old Apostolic Lutheran Church. An important section is the listing of internments for the Gackle City Cemetery, Emmanuel Congregation Cemetery, Homola Cemetery, Neudorf Cemetery, Saari Cemetery and St. James Lutheran Cemetery.

The "Family Histories" section for pages 163 to 312 includes these last names: Ackerman, Babitzke, Baer, Batsch, Beglau, Ben, Berge, Berlin, Blaskowsky, Brunnmeier, Buchholz, Buerkle, Burkle, Cink, Dahl, Denning, Deutscher, Dewald, Diede, Dittus, Dockter, Donat, Dorr, Duchscher, Eissinger, Elhard, Entzminger, Fiechtern, Fischer, Fish, Flaig, Fregien, Frey, Fries, Geinert, Geizler, Geohring, Gienger, Grenz, Groth, Gumke, Gums, Gutschmidt, Haut, Hehn, Heier, Heller, Henke, Henne, Herman, Hermann, Holmstrom, Hummel, Janke, Jenner, Jerke, Kaseman, Ketterling, Kinzler, Kleingartner, Klunde, Knecht, Koenig, Konrad, Krause, Krein, Krenzel, Krieger, Kun, LaBrenz, Lachenmeier, Lahr, Lang, Lehr, Letcher, Lunzman, Maier, Martin, Mayer, Meidinger, Mertz, Metzger, Meyer, Miller, Mittedlstadt, Moldenhauer, Moose, Morlock, Mueller, Muller, Neumann, Nitschke, Presler, Rankinen, Rasch, Remboldt, Rivinius, Rudolph, Ruff, Schaffer, Schaible, Schlaht, Schlecht, Schlenker, Schlittenhard, Schmidt, Schott, Schuldheisz, Schweitzer, Sommerfeld, Speidel, Suko, Wegner, Weispfenning, Wendel, Winterfeldt, Richter, Wolff, Zenker, Zillner, Zimmerman and Zwinger.

Streeter Centennial
July 1-3, 2005

Photos of Streeter 2005 Centennial Parade

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Streeter Centennial 2005: 100 Years Celebration

Updated: 6-15-2005
Streeter Centennial Book Committee, Streeter, North Dakota, 2005, 444 pages, hardcover

The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide this impressive centennial book of 
Streeter, North Dakota including Bloomfield and Richville.

The book includes these sections: 1) Streeter History/Streeter Herald Paper; 2) Older Photos; 3) Older Ads/Recipes; 4) Threshing; 5) 1955 Jubilee; 6) 1980 Jubilee; 7) Mackin Hotel; Northern Pacific; 8) Presbyterian Church; 9) Streeter Auto Building; 10) Streeter School; 11) Salt Lake; 12) Former and Lists of Businesses; 13) Current Businesses; 14) Organizations/Current Buildings (Memorial Hall Museum); 15) Churches; 16) Streeter History 1962-2004; 17) Family Histories; 18) Additional Older Photos; 19) Talent Show; and 20; Index.

John Dockter's Reflections to the Dakota Freie Presse newspaper in 1939 and 1940 is printed. 
Impressive historical documentation and photographs are included throughout the book.

The Streeter Family Histories section covers pages 117 to 367 including these German family names: Ackerman, Bachman, Bader, Baetsch, Balzer, Batelaan, Beck, Becker, Berglau, Bender, Bentz, Betz, Birkholz, Bitterman, Bonnet, Borth, Braun, Brenneise, DeWald, Brunner, Buchfink, Buck, Bossert, Deutscher, Dexheimer, Dockter, Doehr, Dorr, Ebel, Eckroth, Eder, Eisbenbeis, Elhard, Entzi, Enzminger, Erbele, Fandrich, Fercho, Fischer, Flemmer, Freier, Gienger, Goehring, Goff, Graf, Grenz, Gross, Grosz, Gums, Guthmiller, Hayne, Harr, Harter, Hauck, Haut, Hehn, Heier, Herpel, Hermann, Hettich, Himmerlich, Hochhalter, Hoff, Hoffer, Hoffman, Hofstadter, Horner, Horst, Hust, Iszler, Janke, Just, Kaiser, Kambeitz, Kammerer, Kauk, Ketterling, Kienzie, Kirschenmann, Klein, Kleingartner, Klundt, Kluthe, Knecht, Knell, Kopfmann, Kraft, Kramlich, Kubler, Kuehn, Kummer, Kuntz, Lachenmeier, Lang, Lauf, Lautt, Lehr, Lipp, Lunzman, Maas, Maier, Martin, Mayer, Meidinger, Meisch, Mertz, Miller, Moos, Morlock, Moser, Nenow, Neumiller, Opp, Perman, Pfaff, Pestal, Pfeifle, Phelps, Pietz, Priebe, Raile, Rau, Reich, Remboldt, Remmich, Rempfer, Rivinius, Roesler, Roth, Rueb, Ruff, Sayler, Schaffer, Schauer, Scheet, Schell, Scherr, Schlasinger, Schlecht, Schlechter, Schnabel, Schnaidt, Schlenker, Schmidt, Schock, Schopp, Schuler, Schultes, Schulz, Schumacher, Schumaker, Schutt, Schwartzwalter, Schwarz, Schwecke, Schweigert, Siegle, Speidel, Spitzer, Strehle, Stroh, Suko, Tarnasky, Veil, Voegele, Wagner, Wahl, Weisser, Weisz, Wentz, Wetzel, Wieland, Wittmier, Wolf, Wolff, Zenker, Zentner, Zimmerman, Zinck and Zurmiller.

Fredonia Centennial
Fredonia, North Dakota - 2-4 July 2004

Photos of Fredonia 2005

Fredonia Centennial: 1904 - 2004, Fredonia, North Dakota

Fredonia Centennial Committee, Fredonia, North Dakota, 2003, 304 pages, hardcover

The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide the excellent community history of 
Fredonia in south central North Dakota settled by many Germans from Russia families.

The book includes the section: History of the Fredonia Community, Present History, Churches and 
Cemeteries, Schools, Pictures of Events in Fredonia, Family Histories, Weather and Hunting.

Included many photographs, a bibliography and index of family names.

The major part of the book is the Family Histories including the names: Babitzke, Batsch, Becker, Bender, Benkendorf, Braun, Brosz, Buchholz, Dallman, Dittus, Entzi, Erbele, Fercho, Fiechtner, Friederich, Fuchs, Geiszler, Gutschmidt, Haag, Harr, Haas, Hauff, Hehr, Heidinger, Heinle, Heller, Herman, Hermann, Himmelspach, Hoffman, Hollan, Janke, Jonas, Ketterling, Kinzler, Kirschenmann, Kjos, Klein, Kleingartner, Klipfel, Knapp, Koenig, Kosanke, Kramlich, Krenzel, Krueger, Kungel, Krueger, Kungel, Lautt, Lunzman, Maier, Mayer, Meidinger, Metz, Miller, Mogck, Moldenhauer, Mosset, Mund, Munsch, Netz, Nitschke, Oelke, Ost, Radke, Rasch, Reich, Remien, Richter, Rossman, Rudolph, Ruff, Schempp, Schlabsz, Schlecht, Schlenker, Schlenz, Schmierer, Schmitz, Schnabel, Schneider, Schock, Schott, Schultz, Schweigert, Seefried, Stoa, Stringer, Strobel, Suko, Sukutt, Vogel, Wagner, Wahl, Weispfenning, Werth, Widmer, Wittmayer, Woehl, Wolf, Zahn and Siebart.