Journey to the Homeland Tour 2002 Photos

Journey to the Homeland Tour
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Glückstal Memorial Monument Dedication Program, 23 and 24 May 2002
Village of Glinoye, Moldova (former German village of Glückstal)

Photographs by Michael M. Miller, Fargo, North Dakota

Photos - Set 1

School children dressed in costumes of Moldova, Ukraine and Germany welcome the Americans with bread and salt.
Margaret Aman Freeman, Redondo Beach, CA, accepts the Moldovan bread.
Thomas and Janice Huber Stangl, Sterling, VA, taste the Moldovan bread.
School children and residents of Glückstal attend the Dedication Program.
Standing are Martha Kammerer, German living in Glückstal, with shawl, Bernadine Lang Kuhn, Owatonna, Owatonna, MN, with flowers and in the background is Vladimir Moser, Tiraspol, Moldova. Glückstal school children at Dedication Program.

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