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 →
Sometimes referred to as “the Dreamspinner” by the German government in 1830, today’s equivalent of “Fake News!” Duden was a man ahead of his time. He saw a need, wrote… Read more Gottfried Duden →
In 1824, a German attorney named Gottfried Duden visited Missouri, living among the settlers of the young state for three years. In 1829 he returned to Germany and published a… Read more The German Heritage of Missouri →
Missouri Germans Consortium is a free online International association of everything German in Missouri, for those interested in the German heritage of Missouri. Our mission is to partner with organizations such as ours, preserve the culture, educate on the history, promote with programs and projects, while providing an open forum for the public to come together.
a trumpet called the crowd together in front of a flag-draped speakers platform. After the chorus sang several appropriate songs and the Declaration of Independence was read, the main speaker addressed the crowd.
What an amazing opening weekend! From the private members opening on Friday night on, it’s was incredible! Fantastic attendance and reviews! Utopia -Revisiting a German State in America is a creation of the Traveling… Read more Utopia finds a perfect home in Missouri →
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Their dream was a land filled with freedom where they could raise their families. Every immigrants dream. Utopia.