We will go to a new land : the great East Frisian migration to America 1845-1895

Title No
835498
Creator
Behrens, Robert H., 1931-1998
Language
English
eng
en
Subject
Frisians - Illinois
Frisians - Iowa
United States, Illinois, Logan - History
United States, Illinois, Macoupin - History
United States, Illinois, Menard - History
United States, Illinois, Montgomery - History
United States, Illinois, Ogle - History
United States, Illinois, Peoria - History
United States, Illinois, Stephenson - History
United States, Illinois, Woodford - History
United States, Iowa, Calhoun - History
United States, Iowa, Grundy - History
Frisians - Kansas
United States, Iowa, Jones - History
United States, Iowa, Lyon - History
United States, Iowa, Osceola - History
United States, Iowa, Pocahontas - History
United States, Kansas, Barton - History
United States, Kansas, Rush - History
United States, Minnesota, Chippewa - History
United States, Nebraska, Cheyenne - History
United States, Nebraska, Dawson - History
United States, Nebraska - History
Frisians - Minnesota
United States, Oklahoma, Garfield - History
United States, Texas - History
Frisians - Nebraska
United States, Illinois, Champaign - History
Frisians - Texas
United States, Illinois, Iroquois - History
United States, Illinois, Lee - History
United States, Illinois, Livingston - History
Extent
406 p.
Page Count
419
Owning Institution
Family History Library; http://www.familysearch.org/
Publisher Digital
FamilySearch International
Access Level
Protected
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