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Journal, Vol. 08, No. 1 - Spring 1985

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Cover: Emma S. Haynes is featured on the cover. She was a German from Russia, a longtime AHSGR board member and noted researcher on Germans from Russia.
 
Content:
  • The following parts of this issue are in memory of Mrs. Haynes: "Montage of Emma S. Haynes Pictures"; "In Memory of Emma S. Haynes" by David J. Miller; "We Will Never Forget Her Smile" by Ruth M. Amen; "A Tribute to Emma Schwabenland Haynes" by Lawrence A. Weigel; and "Honor to Whom Honor Is Due" by Matthias Hagin, translated by Jo Ann Kuhr.

  • "Meet Sally Tieszen Hieb, AHSGR's International President"

  • "Gustav Hartkorn, the Forest Runner" by Hertha Karasek-Strzygowski (Wolhynisches Tagebuch), translated by Selma T. Hieb

  • "Traditional Nicknames From St. Joseph's Colony, Saskatchewan," by George Gette

  • "Memories of My Childhood" by George W. Gossen

  • "Researching the Germanic Origins of Your Volga German Ancestors" by Vern Beilman

  • "The Jacob and Olga Ruff Fetzer Story" by Jacob Fetzer

  • "Radio Broadcasts to the Soviet Union" by John Brug

  • "The Mayer Letter" by Ilse and Artur Mayer

  • "Biography of Christina Netz Hillius (1861-1939) of Kulm, North Dakota," by Otto H. Sperling

  • "Experiences of My Trip From Dolinovka, North Caucasus, to Asino, Tomsk Region, Siberia, From October 1, 1941 to 1951," anonymous, translated by Jo Ann Kuhr

  • "An Account of the Hertz Family That Pioneered and Settled in Neuburg, Russia, Beginning in 1804," compiled by Henry Hertz, as related in part by Johann Hertz

  • Book Reviews: In the Far Country: A Portrait of Three Generations reviewed by Timothy J. Kloberdanz, and Luseland Hub and Spokes: A History of Luseland, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1905-1983, reviewed by Pauline B. Dudek

  • "The Books and Articles Recently Added to the AHSGR Archives" section was annotated by Frances Amen and Mary Lynn Tuck
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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