Hague, North Dakota: History of St. Mary's Catholic Church and the Town of Hague

By Katie Glatt Wald

Hague, North Dakota, no date, 134 pages, softcover, reprint

The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide this valuable publication of St. Mary's Catholic Church and the community of Hague, Emmons County, south central North Dakota. The Hague area was heavily settled by German-Russian families Catholic Kutschurgan District villages in South Russia (today near Odessa, Ukraine) - Baden, Elsass, Kandel, Mannheim, Selz and Strassburg.

The publication includes a new supplement of Updates/Revisions from 1986 to June, 2005 - Baptisms, First Holy Communions, Confirmations, Marriages and Deaths.

Sections include "The First Arrivals," "The Church of 1890," "The First Brick Church," "The Disastrous Fire," "St. Mary's Church Today," "The Cemeteries," "The 50th Anniversary," "Vocations of Our Parish," "Priests That Served Our Parish," "Reminiscing Through the Years," "Origination of Hague," "Homesteader Hardships," "The Journey to America," "My German Ancestors" as well as Hague business histories and the schools. Numerous photographs are included.

The original publication includes the listing of Marriages, Births, Baptisms and St. Mary's Parish Statistics - Deaths.

St. Mary's Catholic Church built in Hague proper and the new parish house in 1907.
The Hague State Bank building as it is being moved.
August 15th in the 20's.
Johannes Goldade and family.

History of St. Mary's Catholic Church
and the Town of Hague, North Dakota

Permission to use any images from the GRHC website may be requested by contacting Michael M. Miller