Alsatian emigrants to Taos pioneer farmers

George Schwaller and Mary Ann Risser, their family and their ancestors
  • 122 Pages
  • 3.95 MB
  • English
E.L. Bode , Jefferson City, MO (829 Western Air Dr., Jefferson City 65109)
Schwaller family., Schwaller, George, 1793-1860 -- Family., Risser, Mary Ann, 1800-1894 -- Family., Reeser family., France -- Genealogy., Switzerland -- Genealogy., Missouri -- Genea


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Other titlesGeorge Schwaller and Mary Ann Risser.
StatementEdward Lynn Bode.
LC ClassificationsCS71.S3982 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 122 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1957135M
LC Control Number90186275

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(FHL Ref. W2s), 2 vols. Stettin. The Greifswald Landesarchiv holds some passenger lists that include emigrants that left from the port of Stettin, now Szczecin, Poland.

These lists cover parts of the years, and The archives address is: Landesarchiv Greifswald. Here’s one of my favorite Taoist short stories, illustrating how unpredictable life can be, and the importance of not being attached to it. There was a farmer whose horse ran away. The farmers and emigrants complete guide: or, A hand book, with copious hints, recipes, and tables designed for the farmer and emigrant.

Marshall, Josiah T Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Cincinnati:Applegate, c Notes: Includes recipes. TAOS HISTORY The first European visitors to Taos were a small detachment of Vasquez de Coronado's expedition in search of the mythical Seven Cities of Cibola, under the command of artillery captain Hernando de Alvardo in early September of Different accounts of this expedition give various names and descriptions to what is now known as the Taos Pueblo, which still exists, its multi.

i LIST OF COLONIAL IMMIGRANTS The following alphabetized list includes the names of the seventeenth-century immigrants whose Plantagenet ancestry is the subject of this book, together with several immigrants after who have been incidentally.

Most farmers used their corn crop to feed the pigs that were then sold for profit. Wheat and hogs were cash crops for farmers, and potatoes were a staple with nearly every meal and lasted throughout the winter.

Until pioneer families earned enough money to purchase modern technology, they relied on older farming methods. Emigrant Diaries and Journals.

Across the Plains, Mountains and Deserts--Trail Diary Bibliography is a listing of all known diaries and reminiscences and their depositories compiled by Will Bagley in co-operation with the National Park Service.

Paper Trail is the website database created by the Oregon-California Trails Association (OCTA) from thousands of trail-related documents of the 19th. John Sherman wrote Taos: A Pictorial History as a companion volume to his popular, award-winning book, Santa Fe: A Pictorial History.

Exhaustive research in public and private archives, scores of interviews with old-timers, other authors, historians, photographers, etc. led to the Taos book that contains photographs, most of which have never been published s: 3.

Title / Author Type Language Date / Edition Publication; 1. Founders of early American families: immigrants from Europe 1. Taos Valley flourished during this period and other cultures found their way into the territory.

Taos was a very solid trade center for the region. Intwo young artists from the East named Ernest Blumenschein and Bert Phillips discovered the valley after their wagon broke down north of Taos. They decided to stay, captivated by the beauty.

InBent’s Fort, a fur trade post on the upper Arkansas River was established near what is present-day La Junta, Colorado.

William and Charles Bent, Ceran St. Vrain and Company led a party and wagons eastbound from Santa Fe, New Mexico in the late summer, traveled by way of Taos and Raton Pass to Bent’s Fort; then came down the Arkansas River to the Santa Fe Trail, opening the Bent.

Free Database - Prussian Emigrants before Baden, Germany Emigration Index Free Database - 28, persons who left Baden between and Brandenburg, Prussia Emigration Records Free Database - 36, persons emigrating from the Prussian province of Brandenburg in the 19th century.

Of the 95 pioneer families, 56 had emigrated from Alsace and the Palatinate, 33 were from Baden, 4 from Württemberg, and 2 from Prussian Poland; in all about souls.

Since a large number of the earliest settlers were from the Palatinate, the settlement was named after the town of Rohrbach, in the district of Bergzabern. Background: Research on immigrant dispersion to new U.S. destinations has not addressed the question of how place and individual characteristics influence pioneer origin-group social networks influence immigrants’ settlement choices upon U.S.

arrival and secondary destination decisions within the USA, other factors must be important when immigrants move to places where they. For example, the Central Society for German Emigrants at Berlin (), the National Emigration Society at Darmstadt (), the Giessener Emigration Society (), and the Texas Braunfels Adelsverein () operated on the principle that a one-way ticket for the downtrodden was cheaper than a.

Castroville, founded inbecame the nucleus of the Alsatian colony, though many of the immigrants settled in San Antonio because of better economic opportunities there. The German settlers who immigrated to Texas because of Friedrich Ernst, the Adelsverein.

In the Hill Country area, German and Alsatian emigrants continued to adapt their small-farming techniques to Texas' expansive spaces. Settlements such as Fredericksburg, New Braunfels and Castroville provided a bit of European culture on the frontier in spite of continued threats of Indian attacks.

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Both these books portray Canada as a nation fundamentally shaped by the French in Quebec and the English, not as a "nation of immigrants". J.M.S. Careless's book, Canada: A Story of Challenge (), subtitles the first period of large scale immigration to Canada as "Immigration, Development and the Pioneer Age, ".

Canada's Pioneers. Settling the West: Immigration to the Prairies from to by Erica Gagnon, Collections Researcher.

From tothe Canadian West opened for mass settlement, and became home to millions of immigrant settlers seeking a new life. Agnes Bernice Martin (Ma – Decem ) was a Canadian-born American abstract painter. Her work has been defined as an "essay in discretion on inward-ness and silence".

Although she is often considered or referred to as a minimalist, Martin considered herself an abstract expressionist. She was awarded a National Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in Close upon the heels of these earlier emigrants came the great Mormon migration of Words can scarcely picture this movement of thousands, in all conditions of life — men, women, and children, — bearing with them all their worldly possessions, and for months traveling across the wide Plains, seeking that home which they finally.

Agnes Bernice Martin, RCA (Ma – Decem ), was a Canadian-born American abstract painter. Her work has been defined as an "essay in discretion on inward-ness and silence". Although she is often considered or referred to as a minimalist, Martin considered herself an abstract expressionist.

She was awarded a National Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts. by Alvin Ray Graves Published pages, hardcover.

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Hundreds of thousands of other emigrants traveled to other points in the West, primarily California and Oregon. Handcart companies were few. Of the more than organized Latter-day Saint companies that came to Utah during the pioneer era, only 10 companies, consisting of about 3, people total, were handcart companies.

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This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The. According to Brigham Young's reports, from to they baptized between 7, and 8, people; printed 5, copies of the Book of Mormon, 3, hymn books, and 2, volumes of the newspaper Millennial Star; and established a shipping agency for emigrant Saints.

The Apostles helped 1, European converts emigrate to America during that. Historic background and annals of the Swiss and German pioneer settlers of southeastern Pennsylvania, and of their remote ancestors, from the middle of the Dark Ages, down to the time of the Revolutionary War; an authentic history /cby H.

Frank Eshleman Emigrants from the Palatinate to the American Colonies in the 18th century. Emigrants also had to book passage and board a vessel for the new country.

Each step could have generated a record. Records of departure in the country of origin are called emigration records. Most emigration records give the emigrant's name, age, close relatives or traveling companions, and last place of residence (sometimes birthplace).The largest ethnic group in Texas derived directly from Europe was persons of German birth or descent.

As early asthey constituted more than 5 percent of the total Texas population, a proportion that remained constant through the remainder of the nineteenth century.

Intermarriage has blurred ethnic lines, but the United States census revealed that 1, Texans.Between and there was a slow shift in agricultural production. Transitional phases in the search for a new cash crop occurred as farmers experimented with hops, flax, sugar beets, sheep raising, tobacco, and sorghum before turning to dairying, as had the farmers .