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Gackle Golden Jubilee: 1904 - 1954, Gackle, North Dakota

General Jubilee Committee, Gackle, North Dakota, 1954, 191 pages, softcover, reprint.


The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide a reprint of this important North Dakota community golden jubilee book of Gackle, ND. There are many stories relating to Gackle history.

Page 62 to 120 includes family histories with photographs many who are German-Russian families: Batsch, Bender, Bentz, Bieber, Blaskowsky, Borth, Brosz, Brunmeier, Deutscher, Dorr, Fischer, Flaig, Fode, Geigle, Gienger, Geiszler, Goehring, Gumke, Gutschmidt, Haas, Haut, Hehn, Heinrich, Heitz, Herman, Hummel, Janke, Jenner, Kammerer, Kerner, Kinzler, Klundt, Knecht, Knopp, Krieger, Kroll, Kujat, Lang, Lehr, Maier, Metz, Meyer, Meyers, Moos, Morlock, Mueller, Muller, Nagel, Neumann, Odenbach, Otto, Preszler, Reister, Remboldt, Retzer, Reule, Rivinius, Rott, Ruff, Schaffer, Scheid, Scherbanski, Schlenker, Schlittenhardt, Schmidt, Schmeirer, Schott, Schroder, Schweigert, Schweinforth, Seidel, Sommerfeld, Speidel, Suko, Thum, Weisphenning, Wolff, Zenker, and Zimmerman.

These families came from South Russia and Bessarabian German villages including: Beresina, Bergdorf, Berlin, Dennewitz, Eigenfeld, Friedenstal, Glueckstal, Hoffnungstal, Johannestal, Kassel, Mannheim, Mannsburg, Neudorf, Neuburg, Paris, Postal, Rohrbach, Rosenfeld, and Waterloo.

First school at Gackle, ND
Steam threshing machine


Gackle Golden Jubilee 1904 - 1954

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