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Glen Ullin Yesteryears:  1883 – 1983

Glen Ullin Historical Society, Glen Ullin, North Dakota, United Printing, Inc., Mandan, North Dakota, 1983, 448 pages, softcover.



The book is a collection of facts, memories and family histories. The Table of Contents include: 1) Preface and Dedication; 2) Glen Ullin Historical Society; 3) Colony of Glen Ullin; 4) Naming of Glen Ullin; 5) Lord Ullin’s Daughter; 6) City History; 7) Glen Ullin Its Growth and Development; 8) Water and Sewer; 9) City Auditorium; 10) Library: 11) Glen Ullin Parks; 12) Airport; 13) Scenes of Main Street; 14) Townsite Plat – 1917; 15) The Settlers; 16) The Homestead; 17) Early Houses; 18) Indian Incidents; 19) 1905 Map of Glen Ullin Area; 20) The Land; 21) The Curlew; 22) Prairie Life; 23) Stage Lines; 24) Ft. Keogh Trail; 25) Custer’s Trail; 26) Heart Butte Dam; 27) Roads; 28) Modes of Transportation; 29) Railroad; 30) Community Services; 31) Professional Services; 32) Business Ventures Past & Present; 33) Churches; 34) Schools; 35) Organizations; 36) Fun and Games; 37) Bicentennial Observance; 38) Special People; 39) Honor Roll of War Veterans; 40) The People – Centennial Year; 41) Family Histories; 42) Acknowledgements; and 43) Bibliography.

The Family Histories section for pages 153 to 444 includes these names: Anderson, Anthorn, Archer, Bachler, Bahr, Bailey, Balog-Martin, Barnes, Barth, Bateman, Bauer, Baumstark, Bean, Becher, Bechtold, Behrend, Beierlein, Beilage, Benson, Berger, Bertsch, Bickel, Blatz, Bleth, Bode, Boschee, Boulet, Brandt, Braun, Brausch, Brink, Buelow, Bullamore, Burger, Cameron, Cannell, Carter, Classen, Collin, Cook, Deiss, Delabarre, Demmer, Deitz, Ding, Dinius, Dittus, Dixon, Doll, Donczick, Duletski, Duletsky, Duppong, Duratchek, Egenes, Ehrmantraut, Emineth, Emter, Engen, Erhardt, Erhart, Erickson, Erwert, Fahn, Fahrni, Falk, Ferderer, Feser, Fibiger Filibeck, Finck, Fischer, Fitterer, Freitag, Fridgen, Fritz, Fullerton, Fure, Gappert, Garnter, Gauer, Geck, Geiss, Gerger, Gerving, Geitzen, Gittel, Glaser, Glasser, Gloss, Goetzfried, Gray, Greff, Grewer, Grossmayer, Gruebele, Gruman, Haas, Hall, Halpern, Hanson, Haring, Harper, Harter, Hartinger, Hartman, Hauck, Havelka, Hegel, Heid, Heinle, Helfrich, Hellman, Hermes, Hertz, Herz, Hess, Higbee, Himmelspach, Hoerner, Holler, Hollwegner, Horst, Hubbard, Huber, Huck, Hudson, Iszler, Jahraus, Jenson, Johnson, Jones, Kaip, Karch, Kary, Kastner, Kautzman, Keller, Kemnitz, Kepplin, Kessler, Kimnischtzke, Kitzan, Kneale, Knight, Kobilansky, Koffler, Kohler, Kokkeler, Koller, Kottenbrock, Kottre, Kreis, Krisanits, Kroh, Kronberger, Kurshevsky, Kuhn, Kuntz, Jenks, Lantz, Lanz, Lechtleugner, Lidstrom, Lidstrom, Livermore, Luithle, Lutgen, McGrath, Madsen, Marback, Martin, Matross, Mattern, Meier, Meininger, Meissner, Mertz, Metzger, Meuchel, Meyer, Micheals, Milas, Miller, Monson, Moore, Moos, Morman, Mormann, Mosbrucker, Mraz, Muggli, Muhlhauser, Muller, Mutschelknaus, Nagel, Navratil, Nelson, Nugent, Oles, Olson, Opp, Paienberg, Palmer, Partidge, Paul, Payne, Pearson, Peitz, Permann, Pettis, Plunkett, Poderzay, Pribbernow, Prunkel, Quintus, Rambousek, Rausch, Reb, Rebel, Redman, Redmann, Reeff, Reinbold, Renner, Richter, Roemmick, Roether, Rolle, Roth, Rueter, Ruland, Salier, Sayler, Schaaf, Schafer, Schaff, Schantz, Schatz, Scheck, Scheetz, Schelle, Schiermeister, Schilling, Schirado, Schlatter, Schmautz, Schmidt, Schneider, Schoch, Schultz, Schumacher, Schwab, Seeberger, Senger, Serr, Sharff, Sibla, Simon, Sims, Skalsky, Sprecher, Staiger, Stark, Steckler, Steinbrueck, Stocker, Stockie, Stolz, Story, Streitmatter, Swain, Swift, Taber, Taugner, Tavis, Thiel, Thomas, Tobor, Tkach, Tschida, Tubbs, Turk, Ungerecht, Urlacher, Van Ackeren, Velitenheimer, Vietz, Voegele, Waechter, Wagner, Walery, Wallery, Wanner, Wehri, Weiand, Weiler, Weinberger, Weinhardt, Weisenburger, Weishaer, Weiss, Welsch, Westmark, Wetzel, Wetzstein, White, Whitledge, Wickham, Wilhelm, Wilmes, Wilson, Winterroth, Wisehart, Woeste, Wolf, Wurtz, Yungheim, Zimmerman and Zuroff.

Gust A. Falk started the stage lines running north and south from Glen Ullin in 1910.
A group of settlers getting ready to leave Freeman, South Dakota, in the spring of 1898. They settled 16 miles south of Antelope. A few years later they came to the Glen Ullin area. The distance covered by wagon was 500 miles, a long journey for the family with three small children. A milk cow was tied to the wagon.


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