Hebron 1885 - 2010: Pioneered from the past - Looking to the future

125th History Book Committee, Hebron, North Dakota, 2010, 446 pages, softcover


The 125th book of Hebron includes these sections: Our First One Hundred Years; Looking Back 25 Years; City Government; Hebron Public School; Churches; Farming, Ranching, Centennial Farms; Haymarsh; Fort Sauerkraut; Music Legacy; Hebron Brick Company; Clubs and Organizations; Professions; Businesses (Present and Past); Family Portraits; Anniversary Celebrations; and A Walk Down Memory Lane.
 
The Family Portraits section of pages 204 to 385 includes these names: Ahl, Anderson, Arthaud, Atkinson, Backfisch, Barth, Bauer, Berger, Binek, Bingert, Birkmaier, Brademeyer, Brandt, Brecht, Brekke, Buelow, Buchli, Burbidge, Carter, Chase, Crowley, Conlon, Dakken, Diede, Ding, Dinius, Draeb, Dittus, Draeb, Duckwitz, Duppong, Elder, Elmer, Erickson, Ewald, Feil, Feist, Fischer, Flemmer, Frey, Funk, Geiger, Glass, Goetz, Gomke, Grosz, Grubb, Haring, Harnisch, Harris, Hartwell, Hassebrock, Hausauer, Hauser, Hatzenbuchler, Heinle, Herrly, Hoerauf, Hollst, Huber, Inglis, Itrich, Jaeger, Jahraus, Judt, Junkert, Kastner, Kindsvogel, Kirchenmann, Klinnischtzke, Kitzan, Klein, Klick, Knopp, Koch, Kraenzel, Krauth, Krein, Kreis, Krieg, Krietemeyer, Kuntz,  Lang, Lapp, Leutz, Maas, Maershbecker, Martin, Mayer, McCone, Meberg, Meier, Meuchel, Meyer, Miller, Mische, Moore, Mortin, Morman, Mueller, Mutschelknaus, Nelson, Olsen, Opp, Osland, Petri, Peterson, Pluth, Raaf, Raber, Rehling, Rehm, Reinbold, Remfert, Restad, Richardson, Ripplinger, Rolle, Roth, Sailer, Sand, Saxowsky, Sayler, Schaaf, Schantz, Schatz, Schauer, Schmidt, Schnaidt, Schneider, Schoenberg, Schroeder, Schwartz, Schweigert, Sease, Sebastian, Slag, Spangelo, Spitzer, Stading, Stafford, Staiger, Steingrueber, Stern, Stiller Tepolt, Terras, Thomas, Tibor, Tiedman, Tkach, Treiber, Underdahl, Unruh, Uttech, Veil, Vietz, Voth, Wagner, Walchker, Waleri, Wallin, Walth, Wanner, Wehri, Wetzel, Wiege, Winterroth, Wiese, Wolden, Woroniecki, and Zuroff.

The first city hall in Hebron was a wooden structure which burned in 1933.
Construction of the Hebron Brick Company in the early 1900s.
The first brick home built in Hebron was built by Franz Brecht.
July 4, 1905 celebration in the new settlement of Hebron.

Hebron 1885 - 2010

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