of Wishek Golden Jubilee: 1898 - 1948
Wishek Golden Jubilee Committee, Wishek, North Dakota, 1948, 185
The Germans from Russia Collection is pleased to provide a re-print
of the 1948 Wishek Golden Jubilee book in cooperation with the Wishek
Centennial Committee. An index of family names has been added to
The book includes the detailed section, "History of Wishek;"
"Church History;" local organizations, miliary service
men, and the Wishek Public Schools.
German-Russian family biographies for pages 35 to 99 include: Ackermann,
Aipperspach, Bader, Bauer, Boschee, Deyle, Diegel, Dockter, Doering,
Donner, Eckman, Eisenbeis, Eissinger, Ernst, Fetzer, Foerderer,
Frank, Frey, Furrer, Gaier, Gall, Gehring, Goebel, Gruebele, Hellmuth,
Herman, Herr, Heyne, Hilscher, Hochhalter, Hofer, Hoirup, Humann,
Junkert, Just, Kaseman, Kemmet, Ketterling, Kogler, Kramer, Krein,
Kurle, Lang, Martel, Meidinger, Miller, Mindt, Mittelstadt, Mueller,
Nickisch, Nies, Nippolt, Ottmar, Perman, Pfeifle, Preszler, Pudwill,
Rath, Reich, Rieger, Ritter, Roehn, Rueb, Rudolf, Salzer, Sayler,
Schaeffer, Schauer, Schilling, Schmalz, Schmidt, Schmierer, Schmitt,
Schnabel, Schock, Schwindt, Siffermann, Sprenger, Staebler, Stebner,
Stevahn, Stock, Stockburger, Stroh, Sukut, Thurn, Ulmer, Unruh,
Vossler, Walth, Wanner, Weber, Weisser, Weider, Werre, Wiest, Woehl,
Many of these families immigrated from the following former German
village of South Russia and Bessarabia (today Ukraine and Moldova):
Alt Danzig, Bergdorf, Glueckstal, Grossliebental, Gueldendorf, Johannestal,
Kandel, Kassel, Klein-Neudorf, Lichtenfeld, Marienberg, Neuberg,
Neudorf, Neustadt, Rohrbach, and Worms.
Creamery at Wishek.
Distant view of
early Wishek settlement.
Fourth of July Celebration.
Spirit of Wishek Golden Jubilee: 1898 - 1948
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