North Dakota: 50th Anniversary, 1910 - 1960
Carson Golden Jubilee Committee, Carson, North Dakota, 1960, 140
The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide
this 50th golden jubilee book of Carson in south central North Dakota.
The book contains primarily family histories with photographs. Also
included are church and school histories and historical photos.
For researchers, the "Family History Section" is of most
importance. Germans from Russia family names include: Bachmeier,
Bahm, Balliet, Beck, Bertsch, Besser, Brandt, Braun, Brinkman, Deichert,
Delzer, Dettlaff, Diehl, Dittus, Eisenbarth, Fahnstock, Finck, Fleck,
Fuchs, Gebhard, Grosz, Hartman,
Heinitz, Heinz, Henke, Hersch, Heib, Heier, Hintz, Horst, Huber,
Kahl, Kautz, Keierleber, Knapp, Knoll, Oienig, Kraft, Lutz, Koch,
Kuntz, Martell, Mielke, Miller, Moeller, Mohr, Ott, Pahl, Pfalzgraf,
Pfliger, Riehl, Rueff, Sauer, Sauter, Scheerer, Schlosser, Schmitz,
Schnabel, Schwartz, Serr, Steier, Steinmetz, Stoller, Stiegel, Strohscherer,
Sueltz, Ternes, Tischmak, Ulrich, Vetter, Vogel, Voll,Vossler, Wagner,
Wahl, Webber, Weishahn, Werner, Wernick, Wessel, Wingenbach, Wuest,
Zeller and Zimbelman.
These families immigrated to the Carson area from former Black
Sea and Bessarabian German villages of South Russia, today near
Fredrich and Katherine Schieck Eisenbarth,
born in villages near Odessa, Ukraine.
Ludwig and Katherine Will Zeller Family.
Ludwig was born at Kloestitz, Bessarabia immigrating to USA
in 1884 at age 8.
Emmaus Congregational Church at Carson
built in 1912.
Carson's second school built in 1913.