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Curtzs Trio - Emigrantvalsen / Kolonivalsen (Shellac)

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8 thoughts on “ Curtzs Trio - Emigrantvalsen / Kolonivalsen (Shellac) ”

  1. Masho says:
    German Emigration Database. Formerly Titled Bavaria & Pfalz Emigration Database. Database updated 07 Nov , with almost 12, additional names.
  2. Doulrajas says:
    An evocative work by a prize-winning German author, now England-based, consists of four distinct stories of Jewish emigration over the last century: in each piece, not only the personal drama but the zeitgeist of the occasion is cannily, compellingly revealed.
  3. Shaktijora says:
    Aug 19,  · Many lists of German emigrants listing towns of origin are found on the internet. Following is a list of useful websites. Additional material can be found by entering the German region plus the terms “emigrants, emigration” or their German equivalents: “Auswanderer, Auswanderung” in a search engine.
  4. Shaktirn says:
    >> Steamships arranged by shipping line >> Sailing ships >> Historic Documents & passenger lists >> The Voyage >> Ports - harbors >> Yards & Construction >> Miscellaneous >> Pioneers & Settlements Images added during the last 14 days You can add images of ships and other related motives by using the "Upload Image" link within the appropriate category.
  5. Vuran says:
    Apr 10,  · The major European ports of departure in the nineteenth century included Liverpool, LeHavre, Bremen, Hamburg, and Antwerp. Most emigrants after came through Bremen, Hamburg, LeHavre, Liverpool, Naples, Rotterdam, and Trieste. Some countries kept records of their emigrants (individuals leaving the country). For example, the Family History Library has the Hamburg passenger .
  6. Aragor says:
    This article published online by North Dakota State University Libraries’ Germans from Russia Heritage Collection in Fargo is designed to serve as an updated supplement to the 25 installments of the John Schmaltz family history series that ran in the Emmons County Record in Linton, North Dakota, between June 26, , and July 2, In addition to the online posting of more historic.
  7. Yokinos says:
    Nov 20,  · On 9 November, flowers and candles began to appear in seemingly unremarkable spots on German sidewalks. It was the 80th anniversary of the Kristallnacht pogrom, a heinous period of attacks against Jewish communities which historians see as the beginning of the Germans marked the anniversary by placing tributes around.
  8. Dokinos says:
    If you find an ancestor on a ship on ISTG and would like to link to your email address or home page, please submit a short paragraph about the passenger, where settled, children, etc., with the name of the ship and date of arrival, and send to the transcriber at the bottom of the manifest or to the.

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