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Courtenay, North Dakota: 1887 - 1987

Courtenay Centennial Committee, Courtenay, North Dakota, 1986, 676 pages


The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to make available the impressive centennial book of Courtenay, North Dakota, which includes many photographs, historical information and indexing.

Reviewing the family history section from 403 to 613 of German names include: Albrecht, Baumgartner, Bischoff, Bittner, Boschee, Bowers, Burckhardt, Dick, Falk, Himmerich, Hintz, Hirning, Huber, Mack, Moser, Rausch, Reimers, Rudolph, Siebert, Spitzer, Wanzek, and Wolsky.

The "Churches" section for pages 93 to 104 includes cemetery burials for "St. Mary's Church," "Courtenay Cemetery," "Eastman Cemetery" and "Ashland Cemetery."

Sections in the book of historical interest include: "Township Histories," "Early Settlers," "Settling Years," "Growing Up," "Social Life in Pioneer Days" and "Memories."

Francis Miller and John Marsolek threshing in 1918.
Harvesting in Nogosek Township about 1910.


Courtenay, North Dakota: 1887 - 1987

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