The following books are located in the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection, NDSU Libraries, Fargo, ND. Books not available on interlibrary loan.
For complete holdings in the collection, consult the NDSU Library on-line catalog and the annotated bibliography, Researching the Germans from Russia, (Germans from Russia Institute Room CD3439 F376 N65 1985). The bibliography is available Here
**Items are not available on Interlibrary Loan
Bibliographies and Indexes
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE AMISH by John A. Hostetler. Scottdale, Pennsylvania: Mennonite Publishing House, 1951, 100 pages. Germans from Russia BX8129 A6 H6 1951.
Hostetler, a well known anthropologist, provides a topical bibliography of source materials pertaining to the Old Order Amish Mennonites.
BIBLIOGRAPHIE ÜBER DAS BESSARABIENDEUTSCHTUM (BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE BESSARABIAN GERMANS) by Artur Kräenbring. Hannover, West Germany: Hilfskomitee der ev. -luth. Kirche aus Bessarabien, 1970, 48 pages. Germans from Russia DK511 B4 K73.
The booklet provides bibliographies of 1945 literature about the Bessarabian culture before and after, a yearly calendar of Bessarabia including 1949 to 1970 as well as newspaper articles before and after 1945; in German.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MATERIALS CONCERNING GERMANS FROM RUSSIA. 197?, 30 leaves. Germans from Russia E184 R85 Z997 1970z.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE AHSGR ARCHIVES AND HISTORICAL LIBRARY, GREELEY, COLORADO compiled by Emma S. Haynes and others. 1981 ed. Lincoln, Nebraska: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1981, 100 pages. Germans from Russia E184 R85 A46.
The bibliography lists annotated books, articles, tape recordings, periodicals and maps housed in the library of the AHSGR. The book collection and archives of AHSGR were removed from the Greeley, Colorado, Public Library and are now located at the AHSGR headquarters in Lincoln, Nebraska.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MATERIALS IN THE COLLECTION OF THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF GERMANS FROM RUSSIA compiled by Esther Fromm. Greeley, Colorado: Greeley Public Library, 1972, 34 pages. Germans from Russia E184 R85 Z995 1972.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MATERIALS IN THE COLLECTION OF THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF GERMANS FROM RUSSIA compiled by Marie Miller Olson and Emma Schwabenland Haynes. Greeley, Colorado: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1973, 2 volumes. Germans from Russia E184 R85 Z995 1973.
A BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE GERMANS FROM RUSSIA: MATERIAL FOUND IN THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY compiled by Marie Miller Olson. Lincoln, Nebraska: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1976, 29 pages. Germans from Russia E184 R85 A522.
The bibliography is a compilation and description of materials on Germans from Russia in the New York Public Library. As the library is a reference library and does not lend materials, the bibliography provides a key to materials in the collection which may be requested for photocopy.
THE GERMAN-RUSSIANS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF RUSSIAN MATERIALS WITH INTRODUCTORY ESSAY, ANNOTATIONS, AND LOCATIONS OF MATERIALS IN MAJOR AMERICAN AND SOVIET LIBRARIES compiled by James Long. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-Clio, 1978, 136 pages. Germans from Russia DK34 G3 L65.
As stated in the preface, this bibliography lists and annotates books, pamphlets, articles, statutes, and newspapers. The introduction includes a history of Germans in Russia and primary sources of research in Russia. Libraries include the Lenin Library (Moscow), the Library of Congress and other libraries in the U.S.; includes index.
GERMANS AND GERMAN-RUSSIANS IN NEBRASKA by Janet Warkentin Rife. Ethnic Heritage Studies, 3. Lincoln, Nebraska: Center for Great Plains Studies, 1980, 237 pages. Germans from Russia F675 G3 R53 1980.
This publication provides a ready-reference to the books and other printed materials in Nebraska libraries; collections in churches and museums, newspapers, organizations, personal papers, sound recordings and resource persons are also included.
GERMANS FROM RUSSIA IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA by Steven M. Benjamin. Radord, Virginia: Intercultural Communications Center, Department of Foreign Languages, Radford University, 1985, 216 pages. Germans from Russia E184 R85 R46 1985.
THE GERMANS FROM RUSSIA: A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MATERIALS IN THE ETHNIC HERITAGE COLLECTION AT FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY by Helmut J. Schmeller. Fort Hays, Kansas: Fort Hays State University, 1980, 58 pages. Germans from Russia F690 R85 F67 1980.
The bibliography consists of books, periodicals and articles, unpublished materials, recordings, photos, and newspapers.
HEIMATBUCHER DER DEUTSCHEN AUS RUSSLAND from 1954 to 1972; appendix 11 includes the collected essays of Lawrence A. Weigel covering the Volga Germans of Ellis and Rush counties in Kansas.
THE HUTTERITE BRETHREN: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SOUTH DAKOTA HUTTERITE COLONIES. Brookings, South Dakota: Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University, 1965, 188 pages. Germans from Russia S113 E45 no. 529.
This bibliography covers all aspects of Hutterite Brethren ranging from religious beliefs to communal farming. A history of the Hutterite Brethren from 1528 to 1964 is included; listing of South Dakota colonies appears on pages 94-95; includes map and index.
INDEX 1, WORK PAPER, HERITAGE REVIEW, DER STAMMBAUM, 1971 THROUGH 1978 compiled by Walter Essig. Bismarck, North Dakota: Germans from Russia Heritage Society, 1979, 57 pages. Germans From Russia F645 R85 E88.
This is an index to the various GRHS publications from 1971 to 1978; includes maps and indexes; is updated until 1982 by a supplement.
REFERENCE GUIDE TO NORTH DAKOTA HISTORY AND NORTH DAKOTA LITERATURE compiled by Dan Rylance and J. F. S. Smeall. Grand Forks, North Dakota: Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota, 1979, 183 pages. Germans from Russia F636 R94.
As stated in the preface, the guide is intended as a reference and research aid for libraries, governmental agencies, educational institutions, and the general public to the study of North Dakota history. The guide includes detailed subject headings with a major portion of the references to NORTH DAKOTA HISTORY and NORTH DAKOTA QUARTERLY. Pages 77-79 include references to the German-Russians under the subject heading population and immigration.
RESEARCHING THE GERMANS FROM RUSSIA; ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE GEMANS FROM RUSSIA HERITAGE COLLECTION AT THE NORTH DAKOTA INSTITUTE FOR REGIONAL STUDIES, NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY: WITH A LISTING OF THE LIBRARY MATERIALS AT THE GERMANS FROM RUSSIA HERITAGE SOCIETY compiled by Michael M. Miller. Fargo, North Dakota: North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, North Dakota State University, 1987, 224 pages. Institute Room Germans from Russia CD3439 F376 N65 1987.
DAS SCHRIFTTUM ÜBER DAS DEUTSCHTUM IN RUSSLAND: EINE BIBLIOGRAPHIE. (LITERATURE ABOUT THE GERMANS IN RUSSIA: A BIBLIOGRAPHY) by Karl Stumpp. Tübingen, West Germany: K. Stumpp, 1971, 77 pages. Germans from Russia DK34 G3 S82 1971. (Gift of Die Landsleute Chapter, Minot, GRHS).
This is a major bibliography on Germans from Russia. It includes sections on the general history of Germans from Russia, the Volga region, the Black Sea region, as well as the regions of the South Caucasus, Volhynia, Siberia and Middle Asia, plus a section dealing with books in the Russian language and publications in North and South America; in German. 1980 edition is also available (Germans from Russia DK34 G3 S82 1980).
UNION LIST OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWSPAPERS 1864-1976 compiled by Carol Koehmstedt Kolar. Fargo: North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, 1981, 448 pages. Germans from Russia Z6952 N6 K8.
The publication records the history of newspaper publishing in North Dakota as completely as possible with a listing of newspapers published from 1864 to 1976. Newspapers are arranged alphabetically by geographical location with county designation. Various German newspapers such as DER DEUTSCHE REPUBLIKANER of Ashley, WISHEKER NACHRICHTEN, and DIE DEUTSCHE ZUKUNFT of Dickinson are included.