Award Winning Playwright Cecilia Nadal and Gitana Productions present An Amazing Story: German Abolitionists of Missouri. This is the unforgettable story of what the two largest ethnic groups can do, working together. Don’t miss this event, tickets are on sale NOW!
n January 11, 1865, Arnold Krekel, serving as the elected President of the Missouri Constitutional Convention signed Missouri’s Emancipation Proclamation thereby ending the enslavement of all African American’s in Missouri.
The Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation (Missouri Preservation) announced its 2017 list of historic Places in Peril on Friday evening, August 25, 2017 at a special “Unhappy Hour” event at… Read more Emmaus Home listed on Places in Peril →
“Today, German Village is a historic neighborhood just south of downtown Columbus, Ohio. Initially platted in 1814 in Columbus’s South End, the German Village area primarily developed between”
The program The German Heritage of St. Charles County will be in the O’Fallon City Hall, 100 N Main Street, Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 6 pm. Please share this event with anyone interested in the German heritage of St. Charles County.
Who wants to play Bosseln?! We are looking for everyone who plays Bosseln! or anyone who wants to learn Bosseln and join in the fun! Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 1:00… Read more Bosseln 2017 →
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 is something about fall weekends, with the cooler weather and the beautiful img_3657changing colors of the trees, that makes one want to get outside. And, if you love history, and the stories of the early German immigrants then you will want to visit Deutsch Country Days located on the Luxenhaus Farm (18055 State Highway O) near Marthasville, Missouri. The once-a-year living history that demonstrates the folkways and skills of the early Germans in Missouri is open for its’ 35th year on October 15 & 16th, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. You will find me on the front porch of the Huber Haus, which was built in the 1830s. I’ll be sharing the history of the farm, the Germans and the German Heritage Corridor.