Fredonia Centennial: 1904 - 2004, Fredonia, North Dakota

Fredonia Centennial Committee, Fredonia, North Dakota, 2003, 304 pages, softcover.


The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide the excellent community history of Fredonia in south central North Dakota settled by many Germans from Russia families.

The book includes the section: History of the Fredonia Community, Present History, Churches and Cemeteries, Schools, Pictures of Events in Fredonia, Family Histories, Weather and Hunting. Also included are many photographs, a bibliography and index of family names.

The major part of the book is the Family Histories including the names: Babitzke, Batsch, Becker, Bender, Benkendorf, Braun, Brosz, Buchholz, Dallman, Dittus, Entzi, Erbele, Fercho, Fiechtner, Friederich, Fuchs, Geiszler, Gutschmidt, Haag, Harr, Haas, Hauff, Hehr, Heidinger, Heinle, Heller, Herman, Hermann, Himmelspach, Hoffman, Hollan, Janke, Jonas, Ketterling, Kinzler, Kirschenmann, Kjos, Klein, Kleingartner, Klipfel, Knapp, Koenig, Kosanke, Kramlich, Krenzel, Krueger, Kungel, Krueger, Kungel, Lautt, Lunzman, Maier, Mayer, Meidinger, Metz, Miller, Mogck, Moldenhauer, Mosset, Mund, Munsch, Netz, Nitschke, Oelke, Ost, Radke, Rasch, Reich, Remien, Richter, Rossman, Rudolph, Ruff, Schempp, Schlabsz, Schlecht, Schlenker, Schlenz, Schmierer, Schmitz, Schnabel, Schneider, Schock, Schott, Schultz, Schweigert, Seefried, Stoa, Stringer, Strobel, Suko, Sukutt, Vogel, Wagner, Wahl, Weispfenning, Werth, Widmer, Wittmayer, Woehl, Wolf, Zahn and Siebart.


Fredonia Centennial: 1904 - 2004, Fredonia, North Dakota

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