Streeter, N.D. Golden Jubilee: 1905 - 1955
Mrs. G. P. Stokes, Editor, Streeter Golden Jubilee Committee,
Streeter, North Dakota, 1955, 152 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 Streeter, ND. There are many stories relating to Streeter
The section, "History of the First Families in Streeter"
includes many German-Russian families with photographs: Ackerman,
Adam, Becker, Bitterman, Borth, Brenneise, Buchfink, Buck, Deg,
Deutscher, Dewald, Diede, Dockter, Dorr, Enzminger, Fischer, Freier,
Gienger, Graf, Grenz, Gums, Guthmiller, Handel, Hoffer, Iszler,
Kaiser, Kapp, Ketterling, Kirschenmann, Klaudt, Knodel, Kraft, Kubler,
Lachenmeier, Lang, Mayer, Meisch, Miller, Nagel, Oberlander, Opp,
Perman, Pfeifle, Rau, Remboldt, Remmich, Rivinius, Rott, Schaffer,
Schatz, Schauer, Schmidt, Schrenk, Schuler, Schulz, Schumachter,
Schwarzwalter, Seher, Spitzer, Steiger, Stelzer, Stroh, Veil, Wentz,
Wieland, Wittmeier, Zeep, and Zimmermann.
These families came from South Russia and Bessarabian German villages
including: Berlin, Friedenstal, Freudental, Gildendorf, Glueckstal,
Helental, Hoffnungstal, Kassel, Lichtenfeld, Marienberg, Neudorf,
Neu Freudental, Teplitz, and Worms.
Evangelical Lutheran Church,
Glueckstal, built from the virgin sod of the prairies.
Grain elevator at
Streeter in 1908.
Samples of wheat.
Farming scene, J.J.
Streeter Golden Jubilee Book
$35 plus Shipping & Handling