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Germans From Russia Settlers

Author : Everett C. Albers
ISBN : STANFORD:36105122053890
Genre : Frontier and pioneer life
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Here are the stories of the hardy North Dakota pioneers who came to North Dakota in search of land and an opportunity to live in freedom in the last part of the 1800s and early 1900s. Recorded in the middle 1930s by interviewers working in a Works Progress Administration (WPA) project, those who settled the land tell "the way it was" for them when they came to the frontier. Gleaned from over 5,000 stories which are stored at the State Historical Society of North Dakota, Germans from Russia Settlers, Book Four in a series of memories of the frontier experience, collects eighteen of the personal histories of those who came to that endless sea of grass that challenged their strength and spirit as they broke the sod and farmed the land. Each book is illustrated with photographs from North Dakota collections. Book jacket.

The Family Tree Sourcebook

Author : Editors of Family Tree Magazine
ISBN : 9781440311314
Genre : Reference
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The one book every genealogist must have! Whether you're just getting started in genealogy or you're a research veteran, The Family Tree Sourcebook provides you with the information you need to trace your roots across the United States, including: Research summaries, tips and techniques, with maps for every U.S. state Detailed county-level data, essential for unlocking the wealth of records hidden in the county courthouse Websites and contact information for libraries, archives, and genealogical and historical societies Bibliographies for each state to help you further your research You'll love having this trove of information to guide you to the family history treasures in state and county repositories. It's all at your fingertips in an easy-to-use format--and it's from the trusted experts at Family Tree Magazine!

The Family Tree Resource Book For Genealogists

Author : Sharon DeBartolo Carmack
ISBN : 1558706860
Genre : Reference
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Provides genealogists with research summaries, maps, and timelines for every U.S. state; detailed county-level data that can be utilized to acquire most genealogical records; and extensive listings of contact information, web sites, libraries, and genealogical and historical societies. Original.

Daughters Of The American Revolution Magazine

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ISBN : UVA:X006096776
Genre : Genealogy
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Yearbook Of German American Studies

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ISBN : WISC:89077889913
Genre : German American literature
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Society For German American Studies Newsletter

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ISBN : UVA:X006165231
Genre : German Americans
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Women Of The Northern Plains

Author : Barbara Handy-Marchello
ISBN : 9780873516044
Genre : History
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Winner of the 2006 Caroline Bancroft History Prize "Impressively researched and highly readable, Barbara Handy-Marchello's analysis of North Dakota farm women's roles will become the standard by which other works on the subject will be judged." Paula M. Nelson, author of The Prairie Winnows Out Its Own In Women of the Northern Plains, Barbara Handy-Marchello tells the stories of the unsung heroes of North Dakota's settlement era: the farm women. As the men struggled to raise and sell wheat, the women focused on barnyard labor--raising chickens and cows and selling eggs and butter--to feed and clothe their families and maintain their households through booms and busts. Handy-Marchello details the hopes and fears, the challenges and successes of these women--from the Great Dakota Boom of the 1870s and '80s to the impending depression and drought of the 1930s. Women of the frontier willingly faced drudgery and loneliness, cramped and unconventional living quarters, the threat of prairie fires and fierce blizzards, and the isolation of homesteads located miles from the nearest neighbor. Despite these daunting realities, Dakota farm women cultivated communities among their distant neighbors, shared food and shelter with travelers, developed varied income sources, and raised large families, always keeping in sight the ultimate goal: to provide the next generation with rich, workable land. Enlivened by interviews with pioneer families as well as diaries, memoirs, and other primary sources, Women of the Northern Plains uncovers the significant and changing roles of Dakota farm women who were true partners to their husbands, their efforts marking the difference between success and failure for their families. Barbara Handy-Marchello is a history professor at the University of North Dakota. She has written articles on rural women and is the co-author of A History of the NDSU Seedstocks Project. She lives near Fargo, North Dakota.

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