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Pomeranian Genealogy

Stories of the Pommern Emigrants: Private Memoires, Diaries, Collections,...

  • Bochumer Auswanderer-Brief-Sammlung. Collection of letters of German emigrants in North America written back to Germany from the years 1820-1914 at the University of Erfurt. (In German)
     
  • Garbers, Renate. Erinnerungen an meine Kindheit in Pommern. Gornhausen: [R.] Garbers, 2006.
     
  • The Immigration Diary of Michael Friedrich Radke, 1848
     
  • Kebschull, Heino, translated by Martha and Les Riggle. "Early Times in Kreis Stolp: As Remembered by Heino Kebschull." Die Pommerschen Leute, 29,3 (Fall 2006) 48-49.
     
  • Kebschull, Heino, translated by Martha and Les Riggle. "Flight and Expulsion from Eastern Pomerania, Stories from Klein Nossin, Kreis Stolp," Die Pommerschen Leute (Winter 2003)
     
  • Kebschull, Heino, translated by Martha and Les Riggle. "Heino Kebschull Remembers Life in Kreis Stolp." Die Pommerschen Leute, 29, 2 (Summer 2006) 27-28.
     
  • Kebschull, Heino, translated by Martha and Les Riggle. "Stories from Klein-Nossin, Kreis Stolp, The Flight and Expulsion from Eastern Pomerania," Die Pommerschen Leute (Fall 2003)
     
  • Klug, Kurt, translated by Ilse Nortrott Peetz. "Life in Natelfitz: What Was Life Like In a Small Village in Pomerania in the 19th-20th Centuries?" Die Pommerschen Leute, 29, 3 (Fall 2006) 45.
     
  • Klug, Kurt, translated by Ilse Nortrott Peetz. "Wir Sind Jetzt Hier Zu Hause -- We Are Now Here at Home." Die Pommerschen Leute 28, 1 (Spring 2005) 7-9. A return visit to Natelfitz, Regenwalde.
     
  • Klug, Kurt, translated by Ilse Nortrott Peetz. "Natelfitz: Wir Sind Jetzt Hier Zu Hause -- We Are Now Here at Home." Die Pommerschen Leute. 28, 2 (Summer 2005) 21, 28-29. A return visit to Natelfitz, part two.

  • Letters from Germany to Wisconsin, 1910-1923. (CD). These letters were written by Julius, Wilhelm, and Anna Maria Schulz to Frederick Butt in Jordan Township, Green County, Wisconsin. Some were written from Stargard, Pomerania. They were donated to the Max Kade Institute in Madison, which created a CD for Pommerscher Verein Freistadt.
     
  • Memoirs of the Nohl Family / Trip Diary of Friedrich Nohl, a German/American Immigrant from Herne-Bochum in Westphalia, Prussian Kingdom, 1849.
     
  • Schild, Emilie, translated by Martha and Les Riggle. "From Kreis Regenwalde to Wisconsin USA: Emilie's Travels in 1866 by Wagon, Ship, Train, and Oxen." Die Pommerschen Leute, 29, 4 (Winter 2006) 68.
     
  • Schild, Emilie, translated by Martha and Les Riggle. "How I Arrived in America from My Home in Regenwalde, Pomerania, Traveling by Train, Ship, and Oxen." Die Pommerschen Leute, 28, 4 (Winter 2005) 69.
     
  • Stories contributed to the Pommersche Leute in aller Welt. (In various languages)
     
  • Voyage of the ship Marianne 1843
     
  • Wuppermann Collection.  Diary of a German/American Immigrant