McLaughlin, South Dakota Centennial: A Century of Memories, 1909 - 2009
 
McLaughlin Book Centennial Committee, McLaughlin, South Dakota, 2009, 538 pages, hardcover.


The Table of Contents includes: 1. Proclamation; 2. Dedication; 3. Steering Committee; 4. Early History of McLaughlin; 5. Major McLaughlin; 6. Yellow Stone trail; 7. Country Schools; 8. Sitting Bull; 9. News 1915-2009; 10. Golden Jubilee & Parade; 11. Crazy Joe Cade; 12. Proclamation 75th Jubilee; 13. Railroads; 14. Old History 50th Celebration; 15. Old History 75th Celebration; 16. People-Older Photos; 17. School; 18. New History; 19. Veterans; 20. Churches; 21. Rodeo Johnson’; 22. Moreau Grand; 23. “Remember When”; 24. “Memories”; 25. “Lavina’s Memories”; 26. Cabins;27. Schedule & Activities Centennial; 28. Parade; 29. Style Show; 30. Rodeo; 31. Businesses; and 32. Advertising pages.
 
The family histories from the McLaughlin 50th book for pages 93 to 114 includes: Aman, Arneson, Babbit, Baggerly, Banek, Benzel, Billips, Blumhardt, Brickford, Bruigher, Carpenter, Comeau, Comstock, Cory, Dennerly, Dockter, Dwight, Esser, Fisher, Fleeges, Frankenberger, Friend, Friez, Frisch, Graybeal, Hagg, Hartung, Hatch, Hauck, Hellake, Hier, Hoven, Hunter, Johnson, Kirsch, Klein, Klaudt, Klug, Knodel, Krause, LeCompte, Maher, Maiers, Martin, McChesney, McLaughlin, Metzger, Moser, Nesbitt, Nicksic, Nies, O’Leary, Page, Paul, Pfeifer, Philbrook, Qually, Raub, Schanzenbach, Schmeichel, Schott, Smith, Stoecker, Stotz, Stradinger, Stugelmeyer, Van Nice, Wehrfritz, Whittecar, Yee, and Young.
 
The family histories from the McLaughlin 75th book for pages 115 to 170 includes: Ackerman, Adam, Aman, Arnold, Babbitt, Bauder, Baumeister, Beradozzi, Berg, Beusch, Bieber, Biederstedt, Borah, Bradley, Brockel, Carpenter, Cooley, Cory, Dietrich, Dietterle, Dobler, Dockter, Dumdei, Eby, Eberhart, Ehnes, Eisenbeis, Feldman, Fischer, Flemmer, Freiz, Gadda, Gartner, Glaser, Glerup, Gugel, Halverson, Hatch, Hartung, Hauck, Heid, Hepper, Hepperle, Herman, Hertel, Hetterley, Hettich, Hier, Hinton, Hinsz, Hlavinka, Hobbs, Holwegner, Howe, Houchen, Huber, Jewett, Johnson, Jundt, Katus, Keller, Kelsch, Kiemele, Kirsch, Kleinsasser, Knudson, Kraft, Kramer, Krause, Kuester, Kurle, Labrensz, Larson, Liebelt, Ling, Little Dog, Lofgren, Lopez, Maier, Martel, Martell, Martin, Mattern, Maxon, Mehlhaff, Merchant, Merkel, Mettler, Metzger, Mickelson, Mittleider, Mizera , Moore, Mortenson, Moser, Naden, Nicksic, Nies, Oberlander, Olson Orwig, Otterberg, Parkinson, Pastian, Pfeifer, Ploutz, Plush, Procida, Rau, Reed, Reiker, Rhines, Rieger, Rische, Roen, Rub, Salziedler, Sandland, Sauer, Schaeffer, Schanzenbach, Schatz, Scherbinksi, Scheuffele, Schlenker, Schmeichel, Schmidt, Schneider, Schock, Schott, Scott, Schulz, Schweigert, Senftner, Skina, Slater, Stradinger, Stockert, Stoecker, Stotz, Strobel, Stugelmeyer, Uhlich, Ullmann, Verbanac, Walker, Walizer, Weisman, Weitzel, Wiest, Wohl, Wolf, Wolfer, Young, and Zacher.
 
The new family histories for the McLaughlin 100th book for pages 218 to 311 includes: Aman, Banek, Bauder, Berry, Berg, Beusch, Bieber, Biederstedt, Borah, Bossert, Brockel, Chalmers, Costrini, Dietterle, Dietrich, Dobler, Dockter, Dumdei, Ehnes, Eisenbraun, Erickson, Fischer, Geigle, Glaser, Gugel, Haberman, Hach, Hauck, Heid, Hermann, Hertel, Hetterle, Hettich, Hier, Holwagner, Howe, Huber, Johnson, Jundt, Keller, Kelsch, King, Knodel, Kraft, Krein, Krunmm, Kurle, Larson, Liebelt, Lipp, Lofgren, Lund, Maier, Maxon, Meisel, Mettler, Metzger, Mittleider, Mizera, Morgen, Moser, Oberlander Olson, Pike, Pleinis, Procida, Rau, Rische, Roen, Rott, Schmeichel, Schmidt, Schneider, Schock, Schott, Schulz, Schweigert, Senftner, Speidel, Stewart, Stoecker, Stotz, Walker, Wiest, Wishard, Wolf, Wolfer, Young, and Zacher.

Yellowstone Trail
Grandpa's filling station, August Giesler, Daniel and Jacob Gutchmidt.

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