North Dakota: Almost Gone But Not Forgotten: 1901 - 2001|
Venturia Centennial Committee, Venturia, North Dakota, 2001, 108
The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide
this 100th anniversary centennial book for the community of Venturia,
McIntosh County, south central North Dakota.
The book includes a "History of Venturia," Venturia Baptist
Church, Venturia Post Office, and Venturia Homemakers Club. There
are historic and family photographs included as well as a diagram
of the north side and south side of Venturia for family dwellings,
churches, and businesses past and present.
Of much importance is the Family Histories section including these
Germans from Russia names: Ackerman, Baumgartner, Bender, Bertsch,
Blumhardt, Bohlander, Breitling, Delzer, Dobler, Dockter, Dollinger,
Ebel, Engelhardt, Engelhart, Feil, Gegelmann, Geier, Glaesmann,
Gust, Haas, Haerich, Hagel, Harr, Haupt, Heupel, Hoeldtke, Hoff,
Hoffman, Hummel, Joachim, Kaseman, Kemmet, Kempf, Klobuchar, Knoll,
Kretschmar, Maethner, Malsam, Mehlhaff, Mehrer, Meyer, Miller, Mindeman,
Moos, Perman, Pfahl, Pfeifle, Ritter, Sayler, Schlepp, Schnabel,
Schneider, Schumacher, Shields, Stroh, Tesky, Tschetter, and Wald.
Venturia today from the air.
Historic main street and buildings of Venturia.