Sociedad de Inmigración, Guatemala.New York Public Library.13 linear foot (1 volume)Bound volume containing manuscripts, pamphlets, and clippings related to emigration and immigration.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Johnsen, Arne OddMinnesota Historical Society2 folders, boxed.Typed copies of descriptive letters written in Norwegian by immigrants who settled in Blue Earth, Hennepin, Houston, Nicollet, Olmsted, and Stearns counties, Minnesota; San Francisco, California; Jacksonville, Florida; Chicago, Illinois; Salem, Oregon; and Eau Claire, Wisconsin.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Frankenmuth Historical Association2 items.List (1845-1848) compiled from issues of Intelligents Blatt für Rezatkreis, offical newspaper in Bavaria during the 19th century, listing some of those leaving the districts of Cadolzburg, Gunzenhausen, Nürnberg, Schwabach, and Heilsbronn, not all coming to Michigan, and a publication of the Rosstal pastorate including a two page article on how Rosstal residents came to attend Wilhelm Loehe's services and became interested in his missionary work in Frankenmuth, Mich.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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