Have you been putting off starting your family tree? Learn the basics of genealogy or refresh your previous skills. Discover new ideas, how to organize your inquiries, and where to… Read more Genealogy Begins April 18 →
On January 11, 2017 the St. Louis Genealogical Society (SLGS) will hold their quarterly German Special Interest Group (GSIG) meeting at the St. Louis County Library at 7 pm with their… Read more St. Louis Germans in the Mid-19th Century →
There were as many reasons to be an emigrant, as there were immigrants
To decide that conditions are no longer tolerable, and to sell everything you own, and say good-bye to all of your friends and family is not an easy decision. It is not one any one who has made a decision to emigrate, made very lightly. And besides the push, there has to be a pull from a place to be significantly sufficient. When Duden’s book is published, there are hundreds of similar books being published suggesting emigration to Russia, Brazil and England to name a few.
On Wednesday, August 5, 2015 the St. Charles German Heritage Club will have a free program: Tracking those Ancestors Back to Germany at the Stegton’s Regency Banquet Center (1450 Wall Street, St. Charles, Mo 63033) at 7pm. by Dorris Keeven-Franke.
Missouri Germans Consortium extends a warm Wilkommen to Saint Charles Missouri to all their friends in the National Genealogical Society coming for the NGS Family History Conference!
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 →
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.
St. Charles Schools Adult Education announces German Genealogy Classes start February 2!