Fredonia, North Dakota Diamond Jubilee: 1904 - 1979
 
Fredonia Diamond Jubilee History Book Committee, Fredonia, North Dakota, 1979, 367 pages, softcover

The Table of Contents for the Fredonia Diamond Jubilee book includes: Histories from 1904-1954 Golden Jubilee Book; City Government and Services; Special Interest Stories; Family Histories; Memory Page; Historical Highlights; Churches, Organizations & Businesses; Financial Contributors & Advertisers; Index – 1904-1954 Golden Jubilee Section; and Index of Family Histories.
 
Histories of the 1st Families in Fredonia Section for pages 16 to 77 from the 1904-1954 Fredonia Golden Jubilee Book: Bender, Berg, Berghoefer, Billigmeier, Blumhardt, Bonesville, Brost, Buerkle, Burekle, Burkle, Dahl, Dallman, Dittus, Dobler, Dok, Durr, Egge, Ensslen, Eslinger, Eszlinger, Fehling, Fercho, Fey, Flaig, Fregien, Friederich, Friegen, Fuchs, Gackle, Geiszler, Gieser, Goehring, Gohring, Graff, Grenz, Grosz, Gutschmidt, Haag, Hanson, Hauff, Hehr, Heller, Hiller, Hillus, Hoffman, Holman, Holsinger, Homola, Irion, Jacoby, Janke, Jerke, Johnson, Jonas, Karvonen, Ketterling, Kinzler, Kleingartner, Koenig, Kosanke, Krausch, Krueger, Kuebler, Kurtz, Kusler, Labrenz, Lautt, Marx, Meadows, Meidinger, Miller, Moldenhauer, Moos, Munsch, Netz, Nitschke, Nordby, Oelke, Ollila, Orth, Ost, Pressler, Pruetz, Radke, Rasch, Reich, Remien, Ribhagen, Riebhagen, Rudolf, Ruff, Schlecht, Schlect, Schloemer, Schultz, Sempel, Serr, Shuldeisz, Steen, Stern, Suko, Sukut, Tiede, Weispfenning, Widmer, Wittmayer, Woehl, and Wolf.

The Family Histories Section for pages 107 to 259 includes these family names: Antle, Bateman, Batsch, Becker, Bender, Bentz, Billigmeir, Blumhardt, Buchholz, Buckey, Buerkle, Buerkley, Burkle, Clifton, Coppin, Dallman, Delzer, Dittus, Dok, Durr, Eiseman, Eisenbeis, Elhard, Engelbretson, Entzi, Entzie, Eslinger, Fanrich, Frey, Fehling, Fick, Fiechtner, Findel, Fischer, Flaig, Friederich, Fuchs, Gackle, Geiszler, George, Gieser, Goehring, Golz, Grenz, Grosz, Gutschmidt, Haag, Hahne, Harr, Hauff, Hehr, Heidinger, Heller, Herman, Hertel, Hins, Hoffman, Hollan, Holman, Holmstrom, Hordetckey, Irion, Janke, Jans, Jerke, Jonas, Kapp, Karius, Karvonen, Kauk, Keller, Kennicott, Ketterling, Kinzler, Kleingartner, Koenig, Konrad, Koth, Krueger, Kusler, Labrenz, Lautt, Lehr, Lux, Meidinger, Michaelsohn, Miller, Mogck, Moll, Moltzen, Mund, Mundt, Munsch, Netz, Nitschke, Oelke, Orth, Ost, Pape, Parvey, Presler, Pruetz, Quast, Radke, Rasch, Rath, Remien, Reibhagen, Roloff, Rossman, Rott, Rudolf, Rudolph, Ruff, Schadler, Scharf, Schlecht, Schlenker, Schlenz, Schlick, Schmitt, Schock, Schultz, Schweitzer, Seefried, Strobel, Suko, Sukut, Tiede, Trauman, Ulrich, Veil, Vogel, Wagner, Wahl, Weintz, Weispfenning, Wendland, Werre, Widmer, Wilen, Wittmayer, Woehl, Wolf, Wolfe, Wolff, and Ziebart.

Early scene of meat market in Fredonia.
Fredonia Band.
Typical scene of pioneering.
Mud house built in the 1880s by Friederich Geiszler.

Fredonia, North Dakota Diamond Jubilee 1904-1979

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