3 edition of Researching the Germans from Russia found in the catalog.
Researching the Germans from Russia
North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies.
|Other titles||Russia Heritage Collection at the North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies.|
|Statement||compiled by Michael M. Miller.|
|Contributions||Miller, Michael M., 1943-, Germans from Russia Heritage Society.|
|LC Classifications||Z1361.R86 N67 1987, E184.R85 N67 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||86061716|
Germans in Russia and of their kin in America. Most noteworthy in this issue is the variety with respect to place and time; all the main settlement areas in Russia are represented and all periods of colonist history. Earliest in time are the reminiscences of a Volga sett ler of the 's, presented in "Early Chroniclers among the Volga Germans.". History of Germans to Hungary and list of surnames by Hungarian village. Karl Stumpp book - Bessarabian families from Hungary. Bessarabians from Hungary compiled from many sources - published in the Bessarabian Newsletter issues , , , Germans from Hungary to Russia database.
Many Bessarabian Germans (and other Germans in the Black Sea area) migrated to Dobrudscha. Resources for researching Germans in Dobrudscha. Caucasus. Caucasus Clearing House projects. Allen Konrad's Korner has info on the Caucasus area. Elli's Korner has info on the Caucasus (see DAI films) Other areas of Russia. The book also includes fifty pages of compact and authoritative history of Unser’ Leute and a packet of eight 16" x 20" maps. Frank: A German Colony on the Volga by Igor Pleve. This monograph consists of the family lists of and census revisions of , , , , and From Catherine to Khrushchev: The Story of Russia's Germans.
Get this from a library! Handbook for researching family roots. [Diane J Wandler; Germans from Russia Heritage Society. Prairie Heritage Chapter.;] -- Handbook for doing family history research "with emphasis on German-Russian heritage, featuring a step-by-step guide to researching family history" (from cover). Earliest known year of German-Russian habitation: This is the earliest recorded year that Germans from Russia lived in a place. German-Russian Origins: This is the area and place (chutor, colony, village, city, oblast, etc.) in Russia from which the immigrant German from Russia subsequent generations are known, they are also recorded as descendants of the .
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Researching the Germans from Russia is an annotated bibliography of the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection (GRHC), North Dakota State University Libraries, Fargo.
GRHC is the most comprehensive and detailed annotated bibliography in the United States and Canada of books and materials about the Germans from Russia. (The following history is taken from the book, Researching the Germans from Russia, compiled by Michael M.
Miller, published by the Institute for Regional Studies, North Dakota State University, Fargo,pages xvii-xix.) The story of the Germans from Russia had its beginning in while Catherine II, a former German princess of the principality of Anhalt-Zerbst, was.
As Imperial Russia expanded, a great need developed for capable and industrious workers, especially farmers, to settle these new and often unsafe lands. Many Germans, eager to improve their positions in life, began to colonize in Russia.
As their colonies grew, the Germans developed more land and established "daughter colonies." Many of these Russian Germans later. Researching Germans from Russia Ancestors.
German Settlements in Russia: 9 Great Resources for Genealogy. It wasn’t long ago that the a3Genealogy research team delved into the family history of a German family from Russia.
In spite of being faintly optimistic, the research project was a success; a family story was uncovered, and supporting. Researching the Germans from Russia is an annotated bibliography of the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection (GRHC), North Dakota State University Libraries, Fargo.
GRHC is the most comprehensive and detailed annotated bibliography in the United States and Canada of books and materials about the Germans from Russia/5(2). Koch, Fred C. The Volga Germans in Russia and the Americas.
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Miller, Michael M. Researching the Germans from Russia: Annotated Bibliography of the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection at the North Dakota Institue for Regional Studies, North Dakota State University Library, with a Listing of the Library Materias at the Germans from Russia Heritage Society.
Fargo, : North Dakota Institute for. Full Description: "This book covers the emigration of the "Catherine the Great" Germans into the Volga River area in the mid to late 's, the movement of the Volga German-Russians further east of the Volga River into Russia's Steppes, the western exodus of the Volga German-Russians to the United States, Canada, Germany, Brazil and Argentina in the late 's and early.
The following work is of great value to those researching Germans in Russia. It lists most of the original German colonists who came to Russia and usually indicates their place of origin in Germany. Stumpp, Karl.
The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years to Tübingen: Karl Stumpp, (FHL book W2sk ). This book has supplied me with such a wealth of history about my ancestors.
When and why they left Germany for Russia, when and why they left Russia for the U.S., how they lived, where exactly they lived. All of these questions are answered for my ancestors' colony and for the other Volga Germans as well. This book is a s: - Explore garden's board "Germans From Russia", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Volga germans, German and Russia pins. A book containing the translated Kulberg Lists is available for purchase from AHSGR. Both AHSGR and the CVGS allow this book to be used without a fee at their libraries in Lincoln, NE and Portland, OR.
Both the census and the Kulberg Lists provide valuable information about your ancestors place of origin in Western Europe.
Wherever you see an old sugar factory in northeast Colorado, you can probably find a krautburger nearby. This favorite local lunch is part of the cultural legacy of the Germans from Russia, the people whose work in the sugar beet fields fueled the region’s prosperity but whose very existence has become obscured by history.
Get this from a library. Researching the Germans from Russia: annotated bibliography of the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection at the North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, North Dakota State University Library, with a listing of the library materials at the Germans from Russia Heritage Society.
[Michael M Miller; North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies. Feb 3, - This is a collection of plat maps from the Germans from Russia Settlement Locations blog. Included current location of ancestral village and the plat map, or town layout, as it was remembered by those who lived there.
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Germans from Russia were the most traditional of German-speaking arrivals. AboutVolga Germans immigrated bysettling primarily in the Dakotas, Kansas and Nebraska. The south-central part of North Dakota was known as "the German-Russian triangle". Germans from Russia Heritage Collection from the North Dakota State University Libraries Website American Historical Society of Germans From Russia Migration from the Russian Empire [on this website] Discusses the online database which indexes Russian passengers to New York,including Germans from Russia.
The German minority in Russia, Ukraine and the Soviet Union was created from several sources and in several waves. The census put the number of Germans living in the Russian Empire at 2, Inthe ethnic German population of the Soviet Union was roughly 2 million.
Byfollowing the collapse of the Soviet Union, many ethnic Germans had left and the Germany: ~ million. "Germans are reluctant to criticize Russia for what happened 60 years ago. "What I found researching Stalingrad were copies of documents sent to the political department of the Red Army," the.
This book is more a personal history of the author's ancestors than a full treatment of the Volga Germans as a whole. Lots of information about the Protestant colonies and next to nothing about the Catholic ones--an important division in the 18th and 19th Centuries/5.Germans from Russia Heritage Society and American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years The interesting thing about researching Germans from Russia and my Germans from Germany lines is that everyone used the same names.
It was a rule. It was a rule. An unbroken rule that they must name every child with the same name and these children all had to be born the same year in the same place.