The German Migration to Missouri: My Family's Story
Kansas City Star Books, 2002 - 231 páginas
Using history, genealogy and his grandparents' recollections, the author wrote the story of his family, beginning in Germany and following the immigrants who left Germany in the 1820s to pioneer in Missouri. The book closes in Jackson County, Missouri where the immigrants settled. Includes the surnames Blank, Groeneman, Nagel and Sabrowsky.
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Introduction by Brent Schondelmeyer
Germania Old and
A Brief Chronology
Adolf America ancestors Anna appeared arrived August Aunt became become began begin Blank born brother brought Brueggemann called century Charles child church City congregation Conrad course daughter death died Duden Dutzow early East emigrated Emma established Evangelical eventually family's farm father Femme Osage final followed four Friedrich friends German Gottlieb grandfather grandmother Grandpa Groenemann hand Heinrich Henry Hesse immigrants included Independence Jackson County Johann John Kansas Kloeckner known land later leaving Liehr lived Louis Louise Maria marriage married Missouri mother moved Nagel Napoleon neighbors never once Otterbach parents pastor Paternal perhaps person Prussia reached record remained residence Rominten Sabrowsky seemed seminary sister soon story Street took town turned Uncle usually village wedding West widow wife World young