In July of 1833, the organizers of those that became Members of the Giessen Emigration Society as found on the Ship Arrival Lists, Friedrich Muench and Paul Follenius published the Call and Declaration… Read more Giessen Emigration Society →
America is a melting pot for so many, as nearly all of our families were immigrants once. Once our own ancestors came here with their own dreams pinned with hope for a better future.
Today, our post is the newsletter of the Traveling Summer Republic
Friedrich Muench wrote “such that we had gathered considerable participation and then published the Society’s statutes. It was excellently received, and encouraged us to become bold; thousands wanted to join us, and to help with the plans necessary for the realization. This certainly would have happened, had everything gone according to our expectations.”
This intense 15 hour evening course, which is 2.5 hours for each of 6 evenings, is offered by the City of St. Charles Adult & Career Education Department, in St. Charles,… Read more German Genealogy Course offered →
You are invited to join us to say farewell to Utopia and the Traveling Summer Republic Team on Saturday, April 18 at 7pm at Blumenhof Winery in Dutzow, Missouri.
The Adult and Community Education Department of the City of St. Charles Schools offers an Intermediate Genealogy Class starting this Wednesday morning, March 4th beginning at 9:00 am, until 11:30 am. for six weeks.
Today’s young people will have many serious issues to address in their future, including immigration. Tomorrow’s Utopia depends on their vision and experience of this issue, with all of its’… Read more Tandem Guides →