Selfridge Diamond Jubliee Committee, Selfridge,
North Dakota, 1988,
509 pages, softcover
This valuable history of Selfridge, North Dakota including the reprint of the Selfridge Golden Jubilee History: 1911-1961 including many historical and family photographs. The information is updated with this 75th Jubilee book.
There are many family histories including these German names from the 50th Jubliee section: Bachmeier, Becker, Bertsch, Birrennkott, Black, Blotske, Boehm, Braun, Brockoff, Dillman, Distrud, Dressler, Engel, Erbe, Feist, Frank, Froelich, Geigle, Haman, Geiser, Hepper, Herfindahl, Hettick, Hummel, Jochim, Kelsch, Kiemele, Klein, Kanpp, Kraft, Laintz, Meisel, Merck, Meyers, Mosset, Nagel, Neitzel, Oster, Rausch, Reichert, Reiker, Rott, Schaefbauer, Schaeffer, Schell, Schneider, Schwartz, Silbernagel, Stricker, Stumper, Vetter, Volk, Vollmuth, Walter, Weigel Weilenman, Weisman, Wingerter and Wuitschick.
Pioneer and family names from the 75th Diamond Jubilee
section include: Bachmeier, Becker, Berger, Bitz,
Blotsk, Bonagofsky, Braun, Dillman, Distrud, Eckroth,
Engel, Erker, Feist, Ferderer, Fergel, Fiechtner,
Fleck, Fried, Froelich, Geigle, Gross, Haider, Haman,
Harsche, Hartman, Hauck, Heid, Heinen, Hepper, Hersch,
Hettick, Hinman, Huber, Hummel, Jochim, Kelsch, Klein,
Klingler, Kraft, Krebs, Ropp, Laintz, Lauinger, Mathern,
Meier, Meisel, Mosset, Oster, Pfitzer, Reiker, Schaeffer,
Schell, Schmidt, Schneider, Seiler, Silbernagel, Tischmak,
Vetter, Volk, Vollmuth, Waliser, Weigel, Wentz, Whipple,
Wingerter, Wuitschick, Zachmeier and Zimmerman. There
is an extensive Name Index.
March, 1918, showing oldest building in Selfridge, The Sioux Lumber Company. This building has been moved West of the railroad track and is now occupied by the Oscar Wuitschlick family. To the right can be seen the first hotel - London Hotel and the Citizens' State Bank on the corner.
World War One veterans from Sioux County.
Selfridge, North Dakota: Seventy-Five Diamond Years, 1988
$60 plus postage & handling