“Beginning in the 1830s, thousands of German immigrants moved to Missouri in several large groups. They were inspired in part by a favorable report of the area by Gottfried Duden… Read more German Heritage Corridor →
The Exhibit Missouri Immigrant Experience: Faces and Places funded by the Missouri Humanities Council recently opened at the German American Heritage Foundation’s Museum in Washington DC. We have a video of… Read more Missouri Immigrant Experience Exhibit →
October is the month when you can almost find an Oktoberfest around every corner. Here are some other events happening in Missouri that you may find interesting! We hope that you are able to attend some of these very interesting programs.
The September 2016 issue of Missouri German Consortium’s newsletter Die Zeitung is here…
Emmaus has indicated that they wish to transition all clients away from Marthasville by 2020. It is hoped that by listing this campus on the list of Missouri’s Places in Peril that when it comes time to dispose of the campus, that Emmaus Homes will seek to find a reuse for this campus that will preserve the historic buildings located here.
Here is Die Zeitung the Missouri Germans Consortium‘s Newsletter for August. We have lots to share this month! Lots of great programs and events! WE ARE ST LOUIS – AND –… Read more Zeitung →
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March 2016 Missouri Germans Consortium Newsletter has information on German exhibits, lectures, events and classes that you may enjoy.