Today, St. Louis is part of the German Triangle, with Cincinnati and Milwaukee where the largest of amount of those with German Ancestry live. Over 50 million Americans claim German as their ethnic heritage still making it the largest ethnic culture in the U.S. today. Please join us as we celebrate our rich German Heritage
The St. Louis Metro area is considered the third largest German-American community in all of America! From the Library of Congress: “The German immigrant story is a long one—a story… Read more How German are we? →
Our December News is packed full of traditions, recipes and family events! Frohe Weihnachten
Happy German American Day! n 1983, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed October 6 as German-American Day to celebrate and honor the 300th anniversary of German American immigration and culture to the… Read more Die Zeitung →
Follow Missouri Germans as we kick off summer with a Road Trip! Join us as we tour the U.S. in search of more German Heritage! We’ve teamed up with Missouri Immigrant and Refugees Advocate (MIRA) leader Joan Suarez and are heading east, back to the coast, where many of our German ancestors and immigrants to the U.S. began their journey to Missouri!
Missouri Germans Consortium is planning A Trip to the Dawn of Utopia in September 2015! From September 23, 2015 through October 1, 2015 you can TRAVEL to Germany and experience the cities of Giessen, Nieder-Gemünden, and Bremen,… Read more Visit Germany and the Dawn of Utopia →
Missouri Germans is planning A Trip to Utopia and Germany in September 2015! Visit Germany and the cities of Giessen, Nieder-Gemünden, Bremen, and more!
Packed and ready, it will travel to Bremen, just as the original members of the Giessen Emigration Society did. See you in Bremen in April! Thank you to Giessen, a wonderful host! After Bremen, we travel to Washington DC to the German-American Heritage Foundation’s museum, for September and October; and then on to St. Louis and the Missouri History Museum where it opens on November 22!