Java, South Dakota Jubilee: 1900 - 1975: Pioneer Footprints
Java Diamond Jubilee Book Committee, Java, South Dakota, 1975, 210 pages, softcover
Java located in north central South Dakota was largely settled by Germans from Russia. The publication includes photographs, business histories, church histories, early sporting groups, early musical organizations, days of 1883, schools, and Java pioneers.
The "Family Biographies" section includes these names: Aman, Baer, Banik, Bauder, Bauer, Bamesberger, Bauman, Bender, Bieber, Biel, Boehler, Buckenberger, Eisenbeisz, Fiechtner, Fielder, Flemmer, Gehrki, Geigle, Gimbel, Goetz, Hauck, Haux, Helm, Himmerich, Hindemith, Hochstetter, Hirsch, Horst, Jacobs, Job, Kary, Kirchdoerfer, Klein, Kast, Kunz, Kurle, Kosters, Krause, Lakeman, Leno, Lorenz, Mikios, Mueller, Naasz, Nies, Noble, Nusz, Obernauer, Oster, Ochszner, Perman, Pfitzer, Pleinis, Raba, Rau, Rosin, Ryan, Sauer, Schlaht, Schlepp, Schmeichel, Schmierer, Schnaible, Schneider, Schreter, Schuh, Seif, Sonnenfeld, Spiry, Stiegeimeier, Stadel, Stangl, Wahl, Walz, Witlock, Wolff, Wolf, Wosnuk, Zarka, and Zeiler.
Java Diamond Jubilee Historical Book
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