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The Scandinavian immigrants in North Dakota maintain that they will build the strongest ethnic group in the state.
It let itself no longer be touched by their German names without a tabu from Germany, Russia, or their story.
The Boserts regret, with a Badenish accent, that the research process will not hold up in Karlsruhe.Karlsruhe has become a village of the old, apart from rain and school affairs for the surrounding farmersnot too much more than a word in the book of the German emigration, without point and counterpoint.Herman, Fargo, North Dakota.This distinction is due to the Germans because every second a Dakotan citizen is of German descent and it is mentioned that in the village, because of his origin, the German is still always the anvil; the environment, the hammer.Footprints of that time lead closely past the place.
Myhr is Superintendent of the Karlsruhe Public School, from an early age, one-hundred thirty-seven children from the surrounding area attended, from an early age on, classes in the modern school building whose financial means are not sufficient to organize instruction in German.
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Peter and Paul, last resting places for the Böhmes, Leiers, Kleins, Schieles, Schwans, Lauingers, Eberles, Schwabs, Schneiders, Gutenbergs, Böchlers, Kellers, Zieglers, Walters or Basserts.Ettlingen Rheinland Kaserne, rheinland Kaserne, rheinland Kaserne in snow.In any case, the old ones, some of whom were born in Czarist Russia, Karlsruhe has made Americans out of them in person and German in their hearts.She (Karlsruhe like so many of the small villages in large America, forces description impotence.Neil Armstrong, whose ancestors came from Westfalen was a part of the first moon landing of people, the execution of German anarchists after the famous massacre at the heumarket (hay market) in Chicago was a sign of the labor movement in the whole world that.Ranch next to ranch; farm upon farm, snow and clinking frost have long since covered corn and wheat fields, and buffalo grass with an ice blanket.A field track, that only by chance meets the pavement, cuts nine miles through the prairie land.It is the autumn scent of an old generation, where sons want something better than their fathers had.