Printed Materials Available for Research

German-Bohemian Heritage Society?Library

Book List A-F

GB.219.Alo Along the Edge of the Forest – An Iron Curtain Journey By: Anthony Bailey. 320 pages in English. 2 pages of maps – no illustrations. A travel book where people and things are prevented passage from East to West. Also some successful journeys with hardships.

GB.174. Alt  Altsattel 1115-1946, by Stefan Riederle
Text is in German and there are 270 pages
History of the village of Alsattel

GB.016.And  Andenken aus dem Egerland.
122 p., 1996, German, cultural
* Memories from the Egerland

GB.107.Arc Archiv des heimatkreises Mies-Pilsen e.V. in Dinkelsbühl. Bestandsverzeichnis
(Bücher, Chroniken, Periodika…..) 1999
*Holdings of the Archives of the heimatkreis Mies-Pilsen in Dinkelsbuhl, Germany

GB.022.Arn  Arnold, Friedrich. Unser Marienbad: Geschichte und Bedeutung eines Weltkurortes, 1808-1958. Marburg an der Lahn: Quadriga-Verlag, 1958.81 p., 25 cm.
Prose and Poetry, History.
*Our Marienbad: the history and meaning of a world-class spa, 1808-1958.

No Book  Aschenbrenner, Viktor. Sudetenland: Böhmen, Mähren, Schlesien, Bilder.
Available Frankfurt am Main: Weidlich: Umschau-Verlag, 1976.
23 (120) p, ill., map, 28 cm.
*Czechoslovakia by pictorial works.

GB.021.Asc  Aschenbrenner, Viktor. Fruchtbares Erbe: 20 Jahre Sudetendeutschland Kulturpreis. München: Verlagshaus Sudetenland, 1974.
160 p., ill, 24 cm.
Artists, Germany, Czechoslovakia.
*Fertile Earth: 20 years of Sudetenland Culture.

GB.195.Aus  Aus den Herzen Europas Unter das Kruez des Güdens 1863 – 1963
101 pages, text in German
Centennial book about the community of Puhoi

GB.254.Aus  Aus Dem Egerland Falkenau Staat und Land, by Hugo Theisinger, 12 pages
Donated by Jean Hinz. 1999

GB.050.Aus  Aus Göthes Marienbader Tagen. Zwanzig beiträge mit fünfzehn Bildbeigaben.   Herausgegeben von der kurstadt Marienbad. Leipzig: J.J. Weber, 1932.
p. 141 p., front, plates, ports.
Die Schriftleitung besorgten Dr. Emil Wachtel und Dr. Friedrich Rischl.
*From Goethe’s Marienbader Days.

GB.080.1.Bac  Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol. I
Richardson, TX: Old   Homestead Pub. Co. 1983
157p. ill, 28 cm. (Research aide for ship passengers coming from Bohemia, Moravia   and Slovakia in the 19th century and docking at Galveston, TX, New Orleans, LA, Baltimore, MD and New York, NY)

GB.080.2.Bac  Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol. II. 1985
195 p. Research Aide (Galveston Lists 1896-1906 and New Orleans Lists 1879-1899)

GB.080.3.Bac  Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol. III. 1989
170 p. ill, 28 cm Research Aide. (Galveston Passenger List 1907-1914)

GB.080.4.Bac  Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol. IV. 1991.
182 p., ill, 28 cm. Research Aide (New York Passenger Lists 1847-1869)

GB.080.5.Bac  Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol. V.  1993
190 p., ill, 28 cm. Research Aide (New York Passenger Lists 1870-1880)

GB.080.6.Bac  Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol. VI. 1995
260 p., ill, 28cm Research Aide (New York 1881-1886, Galveston 1880-1886)

GB.080.7.Bac Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol. VII.  1998
246 p. ill, 28 cm Research Aide (New York 1887-1896)

GB.080.8.Bac  Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol. VIII  1999
192 p. ill, 28 cm Research Aide (Baltimore 1834-1879)

GB.080.9.Bac  Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol. IX  2000
210 p. ill, 28 cm Research Aide (Baltimore 1880-1899)

GB.069.Bac  Bacque, James. Crimes and Mercies: the fate of German civilians under Allied occupation, 1944-1950. London: Little, Brown and Co., 1997.
288 p., ill, 28 cm.
German history, economic assistance, food supply, deportation

GB.053.Bad  Bader, Werner. Geborgter Glanz: Flüchtlinge im eigenen Land, Organisatinen und ihr Selbstverständnis. Berlin: Westkreuz-Verlag Berlin/Bonn, 1979.
133 p., 21 cm.
Political refugees, Germany, Reunification.
Safe Brillance: Refugees in a land, organization and their self-understanding.

GB.054.Bau  Bauer, Franz, Kiefner, Rudolf, and Josef Rothmaier. Ronsperg, ein Buch der Erinnerung. Furth Wald: Ortsrat der Stadt Ronsperg, 1970.
Czechoslovakia, history, social life, and customs.
Ronsberg, a book of memories.

GB.171.Bau  Ein Bauerngeschlecht by Anton Schopf  1990
113 p. + some more unnumbered ones. (Maps) (Pictures) Text is in German

GB.065.Bau  Baumann, Erich. Alt-Egerländer Tänze.  63 p., 1985.
* Old Egerlander Dances

GB.070.Bax  Baxter, Angus. In Search of your European Roots:
A complete guide to tracing your ancestors in every country in Europe.
289 p., 1986: Baltimore. Research Aide.

GB.241.Bay  Bayerisch-Bohmische Nachbarschaft
By: Frank Bolt and Rudolf Hilf (1992)
Text is in German; there are 335 pages and some pictures.
*The history of Bohemia from the Middle Ages to its decline in our time.
Donated to the GBHS Library by the Kurt Eisen family.

GB.124.Bec  Becher, Peter and Sigrid Canz. Staging Point Prague: German Exiles, 1933-1939.
München: Adalbert Stifter Verein, 1989.
256 p. ill, 27 cm. English and German
Political refugee, Germany emigration and immigration, Sudetendeutsches Haus.

GB.063.1.Bee  Beer-Heidrich, Lotte. Familien Höfe, Dörfer in Nordböhmen vor 1945.
GB.063.2.Bee  Nürnberg: Beer-Heydrich, 1994.
312 p., ill, maps, 21 cm.
Resisters of birth, Czechoslovakia. Families, farms, and villages in northern  Czechoslovakia before 1945.

GB193.Ber Berfall einer Kulturlandschaft am Beispiel des Alt – Landkerise Mies im Egerland by Bearbeitet von Hans Mirtes, 182 pages, text in German
photo book of the Kreis Mies, Egerland

GB.198.Bil Bilder aus dem Sudetenland by Alois Harasko
207 pages, German text with over 500 photos
Photo book of the Sudetenland

GB.192.Bla Blätter des Bayerischen Landesfereins für Familienfunde by: Wolfgang Raimar
239 pages, text in German

GB.128.Bla  Blau, Josef. Chronik der Besiedlung von Sao Bento durch arme Leute aus dem Böhmerwald. 110 p., 1958.
* The History of the Settlement of Sao Bento With Poor People from the Böhmerwald

GB.079.Bla  Blau, Josef. Geschichte der deutschen Siedlungen im Chodenwald, besonders der “Zehn deutschen privil. Dorfschaften auf der Herrschaft Kauth und Chodenschloss.” Pilsen: Druck und Verlag der Ersten Westboehmischen  Druckindustrie, 193?. Germans in Bohemia
319 p., plates, maps, 25 cm.
*History of the German Victory in Chodenwald

GB.058.Bad  Bodenrüth, Friedrich. Alle Wasser Böhmens fliessen nach Deutschland.
Berlin: H. von Hugo: Büchergilde Gutenberg, 1938. 308 p., 20 cm.
All of Bohemia’s Water flows to Germany.

GB.004.Bas  Böse, Oskar and Rolf-Josef Eibicht. Die Sudetendeutschen: eine Volksgruppe im   Herzen Europas: von der Frankfurter Paulskirche zur Bundesrepublick Deutschland. München: Langen Müller, 1989.
174 p., ill, 25 cm.
Germans, Czech Republic, Sudetenland, History.
*The Sudeten-Germany: a Folk group in the heart of Europe

GB.252.Ber  Berg, Chronicle of the parish of Berg, Bohemia, by Johann Grobner, Rudolf
Womes and many colleagues, 289 pages, donated by Angie Portner

GB.019.Bra  Brandl, Josef. Allahand Leit. 1988
94 p.  German.

GB.003.Bra  Brandt, Edward. Germanic genealogy: a guide to worldwide sources and migration   patterns. St. Paul, MN: Germanic Genealogy Society, 1995.
370 p., maps, 28 cm.
Germans, foreign countries, genealogy, handbooks, manuals, etc.

GB.034.Br  Braumandel, Wolfgang. Die Wirtschafts und Sozialpolitik des Deutschen   Reiches im Sudetenland, 1938-1945. Nürnberg: H. Prüssler, 1985.
678 p., ill, 24 cm. Sudetenland, Germany.
*The Economy and Social Politics of the Third Reich in the Sudetenland

GB.048.Bro  Brömse, Peter. Musik und Musikwissenschaft.
München: Verlagshaus Sudetenland, 1989.
272 p. 25 cm.  Musicology.
*Music and Science of Music

GB.031.Bru  Brunner, Gerd. Reiseführer Böhmerwald: Städte, Dörfer, Touren, Land und Leute:  zu Gast in einem alten Kulterland im Herzen Europas. Passau: Neue Press, 1992.
148 p., ill, maps, 22 cm.
*Bohemian Forest Guidebooks: Towns, Villages, and People.

GB.145.Buc  Bücherei Des Deutschen Ostens Herne (GESAMTKATALOG) 1973
786 p. Text is in German
This is a catalog listing different books and names of people living in Eastern Europe

GB.190.Bur  Burgen Westböhmens by Georg Schmidt
109 pages with German text, photos and illustrations

GB.234.Ces  Ceskoslovenska Spolecnost Pro Vedy A Umeni
About 1/2″ thick, text is in Czech and English.
This book refers to the 21st SVU World Congress held in Pilsen or Plzen.

GB.259. Ces  Cesky Domazicko, Bohemischer Wald, short history of German-Bohemian Villages and Pictures. Text in German.160 pages. 1992

GB.015.Chr  Chronik der Egerländer Gmoi in München 1910-1980. München: Die Gmoi, 1982.
432 p., 22 cm. Germans, Czech Republic, Cheb Region.
*History of the Egerlander in Munich

GB.203.Chr  Chronik – der Egerlander Trachtengruppe des Heimatkreises Bischofteinit in Wolfershausen  1972
Text is in German and there are pictures.
*Chronicle about the Egerlander Trachtengruppe out of Wolfershausen, Germany.

GB.177.Chr  Chronik der Pfarrgemeinde Horitz im Bohmerwalde von 1366 bis 1945
By Franz Bayer (Text is in German) (Some illustrations)
*Chronicle about the diocese of Horitz located in the Bohemian Forest

GB.236.Chr  Chronik 1907-1997 90 Jahre Bund der Eghalnda Gmoin 45 Jahre Egerland-Jugend
Published in (1997)  136 pages, text is in German and there are a lot of pictures.
This book tells about the start of the organization called Eghalanda Gmoin and how it appears in 1997.

GB.220.Coa  The Coast of Bohemia – A Czech History by Derek Sayer.
322 pages of text and 120  pages of notes & index all in English. Many illustrations and pictures. Original history of modern Europe with its conflicts. Protestantism and counter-reformation as well as literary musical, visual & documentary sources. It discusses details of daily life and   what its like to be Czech.

GB.152.Ban THE COMPASS   (volume I)
Lawrence B. Bangerter  1983
171 p. Text is in English
Compilation of Vessels, sources and reference of voyages

GB.159.Con Concise Atlas of World History (The Times)
By: Geoffrey Barraclough  1982
184 p. (Maps) Text is in English.  Donated by Louie Lindmeyer

GB.106.Cra  Crane, Virginia Glenn. The Oshkosh Woodworkers’ Strike of 1898: A Wisconsin  Community in Crisis.
569 p . 1998
* German-Bohemian Labor Relations in WI

GB.091.Cze  Czech, Johanna and Karl. Stadt Mies in Alten Ansichten. 1995
105 p. German, Heimat book.
* Old Vignettes of the City of Mies

GB.083.Cze  Czechoslovakia   By: Ctibor Rybar  1982
200 pages (Pictures and Maps) Text is in English and Czech
History with a Communist slant

GB.213.Cze  Czechoslovakia – A Country Study
Edited by Richard F. Nyrop (Area handbook series)
356 pages, text is in English, few pictures
Donated by John Frische from the Herman Radloff collection.

GB.143.Ces  Cesky Les – Böhmischer Wald 1994
176 p. (Maps) (Pictures) Text is in German and Czech
Information regarding old home land villages in the Bohemian Forest. It also includes a map that shows which of these villages no longer exist.

GB.199.Das  Das Alte Egerland und seine Gestalten zur Mittwinter – und Weihnachtsziet
By: Otto Klier
155 pages, text is in German

No Book  Das Land Vorarlberg: die Heimat in Bildern. Dornbirn: Verarlberger, 1952.
Available 8 pages with illustrations. Text in German, English, and French.
Austria by Pictorial works.

GB.208.Das  Das Sudeten-Deutsch-Tum in Zahlen By Alfred Bohmann  1959
283 pages, text is in German, no pictures.
*Handbook regarding the existence and development of the Sudeten-German ethnic group in the years 1910 – 1950.  Donated by Amelia Schiller

GB.189.Der  Der Bohmerwald Auf Alten Ansichtskarten I. By: Miloslav Martan & Miroslav Predota –
264 pages, text is in German & Czech and there are some photos of villages.

GB.082.1.Deu  Deutsch-Böhmische Küche  (Volume 1)
Emmet Hoffman & German-Bohemian Heritage Society  1991
88 pages of old time German and German-Bohemian recipes in English

GB.082.2.Deu  Deutsch-Böhmische Küche  (Volume 2)
German-Bohemian Heritage Society Cookbook Committe  2000
223 pages of German and German-Bohemian recipes in English

GB.226.Deu  Deutsche Dichter und Denker By John Michalski (1967)
258 pages, text is in English and German.
*Title reads “German Stories & Thoughts” This book can be used as an aid in a  German speaking course

GB.061.Die  Dietl, Werner. Die Deutsche Christlichsoziale Volkspartei in der ersten Tschechoslowakischen Republic (1918-1929). München: Sudetendeutsches Archiv, 1991.
375 p., ill, 24 cm. Czechoslovakia, Politics, Government.
*The German Christian Social People’s Party in the first Czech Republic

GB.214.Die  Die Wappen Des Niederdeutschen Adels  By: J. Siebmachers
1977, 98 pages. Test is in German with losts of illustrations of various coats of arms.
The coat of arms for the low German aristocracy.

GB.217.Die  Die Lüneburger Heide By: Richard Linde
1905, 151 pages, text in German, pictures, maps and illustrations. This book is part of a series of books that relate to a certain area and it’s geography.
Donated by John Fritsche from the Herman Radloff collection

No Book  Dietz, H.J. Möglichkeiten des Aufbaus eines ultraempfindlichen   Availablemassenspektroskopischen Analysensystems für den Nachweis von Spurenelementen in Feststoffen im Konzentrationsbereich von (weniger als) 10-5 ppb. Leipzig: Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR, Zentralinstitut für Isotopen und Strahlenforschug, 1982.  (183 pages)

GB.207.1.Dok  Dokumentation Der Vertreibung, Der Deutschen, Aus Ost-Mitteleuropa 1957
357 pages, text is in German
*Documentations on the expulsion of the Germans out of east and middle Europe.
Donated by Amelia Schiller

GB.207.2.Dok  Dokumentation Der Vertreibung, Der Deutschen, Aus Ost-Mitteleuropa 1957
818 pages, text is in German
*Documentations on the expulsion of the Germans out of East and middle Europe
Donated by Amelia Schiller

GB.232.Dok  Dokumente Aus Bohmen (1996)
Published by Lotte Beer-Heidrich & Isolde Foh-Langer
284 pages, text is in German. Copies of documents out of Bohemia.

GB.180.Dre  Dresden-Cultural Centre on the Elbe  By: Dieter Zumpe
(64 pages) (Text is in English)

No Book  Eckardt, Fritz. Auf, auf, ihr wandersleut: Heitere und ernste worte zum
Available nachdenken über volkstum, natur und wandern. Berlin: Wilhelm Limpert, 1934
157 p. 19 cm
*Cheerful and serious words to consider about folklore, nature, and hiking.

GB.141.Eck  Die deutschen evang. Pfarrer der Reformtionzeit in Nordböhmen
By: Alfred Eckert  1977
168 p. Text is in German
*The German evangelical ministers during the time of reformation in North Bohemia

GB.166.Ege  50 Egerer Birnsunnta in Schirnding, Vinzenzifest 1998
102 p. Text is in German (Pictures)
50th anniversary of the festival of St. Vincent in Schirndig

GB.235.Egh  Eghalanda halt’s enk z’samm
65 pages, text is in German and there are a lot of pictures.
*Stories and pictures that refer to the Old Egerlander Community Organization

GB.081.Ein  Einblick in die Küche von Mies/Striro Okenko Do Stribske Kuchyne
By: Jiri Hajek, and Milena Steinerova  1995
124 p. Cookbook in German and Czech

GB.194.Ein  Einführung in die Fruhgeschichte der Slawen By: Zdenek Vana
144 pages – German text
Ancient pottery finds in central Europe

GB.212.Eur  Europas Weg nach Potsdam By: Wenzel Jaksch, 1958
522 pages, text is in German. There are a few pictures and maps.
Europe’s path towards Potsdam. Donated by Amelia Schiller

GB.172.Dol  ELFHUNDERT JAHRE BERATZHAUSEN, IN DER EHEMALIGEN    REICHSFREIEN HERRSCHAFT ERNFELS
By: Robert Dollinger 1966
275 p. (Few pictures) Text is in German and it tells about the history of the town Beratzhausen located in Bavaria. According to some finds from 2000 to 1000 BC.

GB.113.Ell  ELLIS ISLAND , Gateway To The American Dream  By: Pamela Reeves
There are 144 pages, the text is in English, and it includes a lot of pictures.

GB.184.Esb  Es begann in Prag, Die Wurzeln der Vertreibung   By: Richard Grill 2000
254 pages, text is in German, no pictures
*”It began in Prague” This book speaks about the expulsion of the German speaking   people from Czechoslovakia and that the seeds of this action were planted in Prague.

GB.121.Eve  Everton, George Jr. Genealogical atlas of the United States of America.
Logan, Utah: Everton Publishers, 1966.
120 pp, maps, 28 cm.
United States by maps

GB.120.Fei  Feierfeil, Gerog. Unser Sirb ein Ortserinnerungsbuch.
158 p., 1988. Heimatbook
* Our Sirb, A Book of Memories

GB.095.Fen  Fenzel, Pater Jordan. Auf der Suche nach Heimat.
59 p., 1989.
* Search for Home

GB.013.Fit  Fitzthum, Martin. Kirche und Kultur im Egerland.
158 p., 1967, German, history.
* Church and Culture of the Egerland

GB.011.Fle  Fleissige Hand im Egerland. Nürnberg: Prüssler, 1991. 72 p., ill, 21 cm.
Artisans, Czech Republic, History.
*Hard-working hand in Egerland.

GB.196.Flu  Flug ins Stifter-Land  By: Franz Böhm
108 pages, text in German
Aerial photos and text of Sudeten villages

GB.142.Boh  Flug über die westböhmische Heimat
Franz Böhm  1998
377 p. Maps, Pictures, Text is in German
*Flying over the West Bohemian homeland (A documentation in words and pictures.)

GB.012.Fra  Franzel, Emil. Die Sudetendeutschen: Siedlungsraum, Wesen und Geschichte der   Volksgruppe. München: Aufstieg-Verlag, 1980.
94 p., 19 cm. Germans, Czechoslovakia, History.
*The Sudeten-Germans: Housing space, beings, and history of the people

GB.038.Fra  Franzel, Emil. Die Vertreibung Sudetenland 1945-1946. München: Aufstieg, 1979.   420 p., 21 cm. Germans, Czechoslovakia.
*The Expelling Of The People In The Sudetenland 1945-1946

GB.155.Fri  Das Geschlecht Frind aus Kreibitz und Umgebung
By: Horst Frind  1997
327 pages. Text is in German and it relates to the Frind family name

GB.096.Fri  Fritsch, Leni and Sabine Müller. Egerländer Trachtenfibel: herausgegeben von der   Egerland-Jugend im Bund der Eghalanda Gmoin.
Frankfurt: Münker and Schmidt, 1986.
136 p, 30 cm.
* Egerlander, costumes

GB.030.Fry  Fryesecaak, Milan. Say it in Czech.
New York: Dover Publications, 1973.
277 p., 14 cm.
Czech language, Conversation, phrase book.

GB.239.Fur  Furwitz  By: Rudolf Fauska This book has been translated to English by John Brabec
and donated to the German-Bohemian Heritage Society by James E. Heyroth.
There are 400 pages that include text and drawings of charts and maps.

Book List G-L

GB.089.Gar  Gardiner, Duncan. German Towns in Slovakia and Upper Hungary: a genealogical   gazetteer. Lakewood, Ohio: D.B. Gardiner, 1991.
118 p., illus., maps, 28 cm.
Cities and towns, Slovakia, Hungary, Genealogy.

GB.186.Gem  Gemeinde Haschowa – Zwingau 1379 – 1946
492 pages, text in German, pictures and illustrations
Village histories of Haschowa and Zwingau 1379 – 1946

GB.161.Gem  Die Gemeinden des Landkreises Mies
Dr. Anton Herzig  1975
294 p. (Maps) (Pictures) Text is in German
*The community of the County of Mies

GB.144.Gen  Genealogical Guide  German Ancestors from East Germany and Eastern Europe
By: Joachim O.R. Nuthack  1984
158 p. (maps) Text is in English

GB.218.Gen  Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Archives
1985, 304 pages, text in English. By the National Archives Trust Fund Board.

GB.240.Gen  Genossenschaft Gleichberechtigter Volker
Published by: Sudetendeutschen RAT E.V. Munchen (1956)
Text is in German and there are 109 pages.  The association for equality among   people takes a look at the Czech & Sudeten German problem.
Donated to the GBHS Library by the Kurt Eisen family

GB.233.Ger  German-American Achievements 400 Years of Contributions to America
By Don Heinrich Tolzmann 2001
159 pages, text is in English. Donated by Don Heinrich Tolzmann

GB.020.Ger  The German-American Experience by Don Heinrich Tolzmann
465 pages, English text, some pictures
German immigration to the United States

GB.163.Ger  German-Bohemian Heritage Society Newsletters
All Newsletters from 1990-1998 bound together in a book form.

GB.262.Ger  German Folk Costumes of Sudetenland, by Karen Hobbs, 22 pages
Contains colorful illustrations.

GB.154.Ger  GERMAN IMMIGRATION TO AMERICA IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
A Genealogists Guide By Maralyn A.Wellauer. 1985
87 p. (ill) Text is in English

GB.229.Ger  The Germans in The American Civil War By: Wilhelm Kaufmann
Translated to English by Steven Rowan. Edited by Don Heinrich Tolzmann with Werner D. Mueller and Robert E.Ward. (1999)  392 pages

GB.227.Ger German Maps & Facts for Genealogy By: Wendy K. Uncapher and Linda M. Herrick
72 pages, text is in English and German. There are a lot of maps and illustrations.

GB.250.Ger  German Immigrants, list of passengers from Bremen to New York. 1855-1862
Compiled by Gary J. Zimmerman & Marion Wolfert, 167 pages, includes persons
Name, age, residence, year-list, donated by Ruth Hornick.

GB.250-1. Ger  German Immigrants, list of passengers from Bremen to New York 1863-1867.
Includes same as above, donated by Ruth Hornick. 220 pages

GB. 250-2 Ger  German Immigrants, list of passengers from Bremen to New York, 1847-1854
175 pages, of persons name,age,residence,year-list. From Ruth Hornick.

GB.250-3 Ger  German Immigrants, list of passengers from Bremen to New York, 1868-1871
Donated by Ruth Hornick

GB.230.Got  Gottschau, bei Plan im Egerland By: Hans & Rosa Stockl 2002
No page numbers, book is a bout 3/4″ thick. Text is in German, lots of pictures.
*Chronicle of the City of Gottschau

GB.176.Gra  Grafenried Anger,Seeg, Haselberg Pfarrkirche zum HL. Georg 1786-1959
By: Josef Vogel and Alfred Weiss  (232 pages) (Text is in German) (Few pictures)
*History of the village of Grafenried, Anger, Seeg and Haselberg

GB.139.Gre  Grenzlandschicksal im Wandel der Zeit
By: Josef Lenhard  1994
207 p. Text is in German
*The fate of the boarder lands in changing times

GB.007.Gri  Griesbach, Heinz. Deutsche Sprachlehre für Ausländer: Grundstufe vollständige  Einführung in die deutsche Sprache. München: Hüber, 1956.
197 p., ill, 22 cm. German language, Grammer, Readers.
*The German language for foreigners: complete beginner’s instruction to the German   language

GB.029.Gro  Gröbner, Johann. Pfarrgemeinde Waier.
89 p., 3 ring binder, German, Heimatbook.
* Parish Community of Waier

GB.026.1.Gro Gröbner, Johann und Rudolf Womes. Pfarrgemeinde Berg.
328 p., 1976,  (German, Heimat book.)
* Parish Community of Berg

GB.026.2.Gro  Gröbner, Johann und Rudolf Womes. Chronicle of the Parish Berg.
278 p., 1976,   (English, Heimatbook)

GB.017.Gru  Grünwald, Leopold. In der Fremde für die Heimat: Sudetendeutsches Exil in Ost   und West. München: Fides-Verlagsgesellschaft München, 1982.
184 p., 24 cm.  Third of three volumes.   Sudetenland, Germans, Exiles.
*Sudeten-German exiles in East and West

GB.072.Gru  Grünwald, Leopold. Sudetendeutscher Widerstand gegen den Nationalsozialismus:  für Frieden, Freiheit, Recht. Benediktbeuern: Riess-Druck und Verlag, 1986.
287 p., ill, 25 cm. Sudeten Germans, Politics and government, Anti-Nazi movement
*Sudeten-German resistance against Nazis: for peace, freedom, and rights

GB.216.Gui  Guide des recherches genealogiques en Alsace By: Christian Wolff, Editions Oberlin  Strasbaurg (1975). 257 pages, text in French. Donated by John Fritsche from a   collection from Herman Radloff.

GB.076.Gun  Gundacker, Felix. Matrikenverzeichnis der Böhmischen Staatsarchive 1. Teil:   Archive Leitmeritz, Pilsen, Wittingau.
516 p., 1988, German, research aide.
* Register of the Bohemian State Archives, Part 1. Archives Leitmeritz, Pilsen, Wittengau

GB.075.Gun  Gundacker, Felix. Pfarrortelexikon Böhmen.
432 p., German. Research Aide.
* Parish Directory of Bohemia

GB.098.Hab  Habel, Fritz, and Helmut Kistler. Deutsche und Tschechen.
40 p., German, history.
* Germans and Czechs

GB.057.Hab  Habel, Fritz Peter. Eine politische Legende: die Massenvertreibung von Tschechen aus dem sudetengebiet 1938/1939. München: Langen Müller, 1996.
359 p., ill, 24 cm.
* Sudetenland, Ethnic relations.

GB.099.Ham  Hamperl, Dr. Wolf-Dieter.
Chronisten und Volkskundler des Bezirks Tachau imEgerland 1830-1945.
31p. 1999
*Historians and Folk Artists from tachau in the Egerland 1830-1945

GB.040.1.Ham Hamperl, Wolf-Dieter. Vertreibung und Flucht aus dem Kreis Tachau im Egerland: GB.040.2.Ham Schichsale in Berichten, Dokumenten und Bildern.
Trost: Erdl, 1996 (vol. 1) & (vol. 2)
*Expulsion and flight out of the county of Mies in the Egerland

GB.084.Han A Handy Guide To the Genealogical Library And Church Historical Department
Ronald Cunnigham and Evan Evans  1975
233 p.  Text is in English
Guide to LDS Library in Salt Lake City

GB.146.Han  Handy Guide To Austrian Genealogical Records
Dagmar Senekovic  1979
97 p. Text is in English
Austrian Arch Dioceses birth, marriage and death records

GB.153.Han The Handy Book For Genealogists (Seventh Edition)
George B. Everton  1981
378 p. (maps) Text is in English  Donated by Louie Lindmeyer

GB.110.Has  Hasse, Prof. Dr. A, Schlesiens Landwirschaft
397 p.,1981
*Agriculture in Schlesia

GB.097.Hei  Heil, Josef. Egerländer Tanzfibel.
130 p., 1963.
* Dances from the Egerland

GB.027.Hei  Der Heilige aus dem Böhmenwald: Johannes Nepomuk Neumann, Bischof in Philadelphia. Königstein im Taunus: Sudetendeutsches Preisterwerk, 1979.
120 p., 25 cm.
*The Holy One From Bohemia, Johannes Nepomuk Neuman, Bishop in Philadelphia.

GB.093.Hei  Heimat buch der Musikstadt Schönbach.
94 p., German, cultural
*Homeland Book of the Music City Schönbach.

GB.215.1.Hei Heimatklender Des Landreises Neuwied
1970, 204 pages. Text in German with some pictures
Information regarding the region of Neuwied
Donated by John Fritsche from the Herman Radloff collection

GB.215.2.Hei Heimat Jahrbuch 1980 – Des Landkreises Neuwied
1980, 186 pages. Text in German with some pictures. Homeland yearbook about the   region of Neuwied. Donated by john Firtsche from the Herman Radloff collection.

GB.215.3.Hei Heimat Jahrbuch 1981 – Des Landkreises Neuwied
180 pages, text in German, some pictures. Homeland yearbook about the region of   Neuwied. Donated by John Fritsche from the Herman Radloff collection.

GB.222.Hos Bezirk Hostau (District of Hostau) – Heimat zwischen Böhmerwald and Egerland (Homeland between Bohmerwald and Egeralnd). 509 pages in German. Many illustrations and pictures of daily activities & festivals. Information about the villages   in that area.

GB.147.Jah Heimat im Herzen by Ewald Jahn  1981
116 p. with ill. German poems about various homeland areas

GB.164.Lac Heimat North America by Bert Lachner  1997
336 p. (Lots of pictures) Text is in English and German.
Germans in America

GB.094.Der  Der Heimatverband Marienbad Stadt und Land e.v. stellt sich vor.
45 p., German,
The Homeland Society of Marienbad, City and County

GB.005.Hei  Heinrich, Josef. Sudetendeutscher Kulturalmanach. München: Bogen-Verlag.
v., ill., 25 cm.
Germans, Bohemia, Art.

GB.002.Hem   Hemmerle, Rudolf. Heimat im Büch: Sudetendeutsche Heimatbücher,  Ortsmonographien, Karten, Heimatblätter, Heimatzeitschriften, Jahrbücher und   Kalender nach 1945: eine Bibliographie.München: Sudetendeutschen Archiv, 1996.
334 p., ill, maps, 24 cm.  Germans, Czech Republic, Sudetenland, History,   Bibligraphy.
*Home in books: Sudeten-German homebooks.

GB.077.Hen  Henderson, James. Bohemian decorated porcelain. Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 1999.
192 p., ill, map, 29 cm.
A Schiffer book for collectors, Czech Republic.

GB.028.Hen  Hentschl, Erich. Das Buch von Saaz und dem Saazer Land: ein Bildband mit Abbildungen vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart. 1987.
252 p., ill, 29 cm. Czech Republic, History, Germans.
*The book from Saaz and the Saazer Land: A storybook with illustrations from the   Middle Ages to the present

GB.060.Hil  Hilf, Rudolf. Deutsche und Tschechen: Symbiose, Katastrophe, neue Wege.
Opladen: Leske und Budrich, 1995.
232 p., ill, maps, 22 cm. German relations, Czechoslovakia, Ethnic relations, History.
*Germand and Czechs: Symbiosis, Catastrophy, a New Way

GB.085.Ham Die Historischen Grabmäler Der Tachauer Region
Hamperl, Wolf Dieter  1995
168 p. Text is in Czech and German
*History of artistic tombstone work done in the Tachau region

GB.126.Hoe  Hoensch, Jörg K. Geschichte Böhmens von der slavischen Landnahme bis ins 20.   Jahrhundert.
580p. 119 History, Bohemia
*The History of Bohemia from the Slavic Landnames until the 20th Century

GB.179.Hor Horitz, der Passionsspielort im Herzen des Bohmerwaldes, by Franz Bayer 1997
152 pages, text is in German, some pictures
*Information about the village of Horitz located in the Bohemian Forest, its church and  the passion plays that used to be held there.

GB.191.Hor Horsorvsko – Tynsko
248 pages in German and Czech
History and tour guide of the villages in Bischofteinitz

GB.242.Hub Huben und Druben   By: DR. Hermann Braun  (1983)
Text is in German and there are 120 pages with pictures, maps and drawings.
*A tour from the town of Eger to the location called Waldhausel.
This book was donated to the GBHS Library by the Kurt Eisen family.

GB.100.Hub  Huber, Herta. “…aber Brennessel wacchst schneller.”
216 p.,1991
*Travel home in the Egerland from 1956 to 1876

GB.101.Hub   Huber, Klaus. Lebens-Spuren. 1987
76 pages of poetry
*Life’s Trail

GB.102.Hub   Huber, Klaus. Lösungs-Wege.
81pages of poetry
*Diplomatic Solutions

GB.247.Imz Im Zeichen der Partnerschaft Published by Sudetendeutschen Rat e.V. Munich 1975
Text is in German and there are 142 pages. This book deals with a symposium where Czech and Sudeten German issues were discussed. Donated by the Kurt Eisen family

GB.237.Int International Aspects of the Sudeten German Question: 1918-1928
By: Sophie A. Welisch, PhD (1968)  143 pages, text is in English

GB.209.Int International Conference on Military Trials (London 1945)
441 pages, text is in English, no pictures.
Donated by Amelia Schiller

GB.200.01.Jah 1991 Jahrbuch Mies-Pilsen
GB.200.02.Jah 1992  ”   ”   ”
GB.200.03.Jah 1993  ”   ”   ”
GB.200.04.Jah 1995  ”   ”   ”
GB.200.05.Jah 1996  ”   ”   ”
GB.200.06.Jah 1997  ”   ”   ”
GB.200.07.Jah 1998  ”   ”   ”
GB.200.08.Jah 1999  ”   ”   ”
GB.200.09.Jah2000  ”   ”   ”
GB.200.10.Jah 2001  ”   ”   ”
GB.200.11.Jah 2002  ”   ”   ”
Text is in German and there are pictures.
*These are year books for the county of Mies, located in Bohemia. They are put together by record keepers located in Dinkelsbuhl, Germany

GB.090.Jis  Jiskra, Zdenek. Edited by Moby Dick. Die Miesa.
258 p., 1997, German and some Czech.
*The Miesa River

GB.205.Kam Kampf in Bohmen By Hans Krebs 1938
252 pages, text is in English, few pictures.
*Refers to Hitlers occupation of parts of Bohemia.

GB.167.Kas KASSEL Auf den ersten Blick  1991
47 p. Text is in German and there are a lot of colored pictures.
*Kassel at first glance.

GB.168.Kas KASSEL by Claus Feldner And Peter Wieden  1994
83 p. Text is in German and there are a lot of colored pictures.

GB.169.Kas KASSEL- Ein Bildband in Farbe, by Claus Feldner and Peter Wieden  1989
83 p. Text is in German, but there are mostly pictures.
*A colored picture book of Kassel

GB.042.Kie  Kiefner, Rudolf. Bezirk Bischofteinitz in alten Ansichtskarten. 1981
105 p. German,
* Area Views of Bischofteinitz from Old Postcards

GB.074.Kie  Kiefner, Rudolf. Heimat Jenseits des Böhmerwaldes in Südlichen Egerland–der   Kries Bischofteinitz.
752 p. German, general history.
* Homeland Böhmerwald in the Southern Egerland, the County (Kreis) Bischofteinitz

GB.041.1.Kie   Kiefner, Rudolf. Kreis Bischofteinitz in Ansichtskarten. 1981
GB.041.2.Kie 116 p. German
* The County of Bischofteinitz in Postcard Pictures

GB.043Kie  Kiefner, Rudolf. Liedergruss aus dem Egerland. 1973
84 p. Bohemian Songbook.
* Greetings in Song from the Egerland

GB.073.Kie    Kiefner, Rudolf. Passion Jenseits des Böhmerwaldes im südlichen Egerland–der   Kries Bischoftewitz.
463 p., German, general history.
* Deep Affection for the Böhmerwald, in the Southern Egerland

GB.108.Kin Kinderman, Peter. Highlanders of Oshkosh, The Kinderman Genealogy Web Site.
*The German-Bohemians of Oshkosh, Wisconsin

GB.103.Kir Kirchsprengel Chronik Altzedlisch mit den Orten Neuzedlisch, Uschau, Schossenreith, Maschakotten, Innichen.
150 p. 2000
*Heimatbuch for the parish of Altzedlisch

GB.116.Kir “Kirchspengel Pistau” in Heimatkreis Marienbad.
303 p., Munich 1990, German, Heimat book.
* In the Homeland County of Marienbad

GB.047.Kir Kirkham, E. Kay. A Survey of American Church Records. Volume II.  1960.
106 p.

GB.066.Kir Kirkham, E. Kay. The land records of America and their genealogical value.
Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book Co., 1964.
60 p., ill, 24 cm.
Land title, genealogy

GB.067.Kir Kirkham, E. Kay. Photography in genealogy: an explanation of the O-Kay system   of record keeping. Salt Lake City, Utah, 1959
47 p. illus., 23 cm.  Geneology

No Book Knoflaiecek, Zdeneek. Horesovskay Tayn. Praha: Prop. tvorba, 1988.
Available 15 p., 16 cm.

GB.223.Kof Köferl Wert – 311 pages of German text. 13 pages of dictionary and poetry. A few illustrations, coat of arms and maps. This book is a compilation articles about the political district of Tachau

GB.130.Kra Kraus, Annemarie and Petra Vorsatz. Weiden im Dressigjährigen Krieg.
76 p., 1998, German, history.
* Weiden During the Thirty Years War

GB.109.Kre Kreisheimatbuch Neuern-Eisenstein, Von dahoam Unter Osser und Hohenbogen,
1095 p. 1981 Heimatbuch
* County heimattbuch Neuern-Eisenstein, from the homeland Osser and Hohenbogen

GB.010.Kuh  Kuhn, Heinrich. Sudetendeutschtum gestern und heute: eine gesamtdeutsche   Verpflichtung. München: Aufstieg-Verlag, 1986.
188 p., ill, 24 cm.
Germans, Czech Republic, Sudetenland, History.

GB.064.Kun   Kunz, Thomas Anton. Böhmische Nationalgesänge und Tänze. (Texty) Praha: proetnografii a folkloristiku Adademie veed Cesdae republiky, 1995.

GB.064.Kun 92 p, 24×33 cm  Poklady lidovae klutury
(Faksimile) *Bohemian National Songs and Dance

GB.140.Unc Lands of the GERMAN EMPIRE and before
Wendy K. Uncapher  2000
137 p. Maps and the text is in English
Reference about lands, starting with the Holy Roman Empire, that were and are a part of Germany.

GB.059.Lie Lieber, Hans. Klänge aus der Heimat.
36 p., 1983. German, culture.
* Sounds From Home

GB.221.Liq The Liquidator: Edvard Benes. Fiend of the German Purge in Czechoslovakia.
241 pages in English, illustrations, maps, and pictures. Historical novel covering events in  Czechoslovakia from April to July 1945 and the cold blooded and brutal expulsion of   the Germans and complete loss of democracy.

Book List M-S

GB.148.Poz Mährische Pfade by Reinhard Pozorny  1969
119 p. Text is in German
Different stories about life in the Sudetenland

GB.086.Mah Mährische und Schlesische Volkstrachten
Miroslava Ludvikova  2000
192 p. Text is in German & Czech
Information, and old 1814 drawings of costumes for men and women

GB.008.Mat Matzke, Josef. Barock im Olmütz. Esslingen: Langer, 1971.
57 p., illus., 22 cm.
Art, baroque, Olomouc, Moravia.

GB.182.Mei Meine Famile-Herkunst, Vorfahrenzeige, Schicksale  Printed in 2000
By the Sudetendeutsches Genealogisches Archiv (46 pages) (Text is in German)
*History on different areas in the Sudetenland and includes forms for a family tree.

GB.087.Mei Meister, Helga. Das Hochzeitbuch Tachau 1669-1706.
127 p., 1998, Research Aide.
* The Marriage Book of Tachau 1669-1706

GB.088.Mei   Meister, Helga. Taufbuch Tachau 1669-1706.
151 p., Research Aide.
* The Baptismal Book of Tachau 1669-1706

GB.025.Mei Meixner, von Rudolf. Geschichte der Sudetendeutschen.
136 p., 1988, German. General history.
* History of the Sudeten-Germans

GB.056.Men Menzel, Wolfgang. Die nationale Entwicklung in Böhmen, Mähren und Schlesien:von der Aufklärung bis zur Revolution 1848. Nürnberg: H. Prüssler, 1985.
215 p., 24 cm. Nationalism, Czech Republic, History.
*The national development in Bohmia, Mahren, and Schlesien: from the Enlightenment  to the Revolution of 1848.

GB.092.Mer Merian Böhmen.
128 p., German, Cultural.
* Merian Bohemia

GB.036.1.Mic Micho, Johann. Geschichte des Marktes und Herrschaft Muttersdorf. 1922,
History of the Market and Estate of Muttersdorf

GB.036.2.Mic German Gothic, Heimatbook.

GB.251.Mie Mies county, lots of maps of villages, house numbers, 300 pages. By Marlene Domier, copy work done by A. Portner.

GB.051.Mis Miskova, Alena, and Michael Neumüller. Die Gesellschaft zur Förderungdeutscher   Wissenschaft, Kunst und Literatur in Böhmen. Praha: 1994.
444 p. German and Czech.
* The Society to Foster German Science, Art and Literature in Bohemia

GB.125.Mit Mittner, Karl. Damals in Abtsdorf, heimatcronik der Marktgemeind Abtsdorf (Böhmen)
365 p., 1970 Heimatbuch
*That Time in Abstsdorf

GB.049.Mra Mrasek, Karl Norbert and Adam Kraft. Mähren und Schlesien. Augsburg: Kraft, 1960.
30 p., illus, plates, 19 cm.
Sudetenland.

Have Book! Won’t label, need bigger shelf.
Topographikon Müller, 1969.
Müller, Rolf. Romantische Reise durch das alte Deutschland. Städte und Landschaften in zeitgenossischen Stichen und Lithographien. Hanburg: Verlag das 159 p., 31×39 cm. Germany by pictorial works.
*Cities and Landscapes in contemporary needling and lithographs

GB.115.Mus Museums in the Euregio Egrensis: Journey Through Time and History.
248 p., 1995.

GB.266.Nat Natschetin, village in Bohemia, text from Bob Paulson, translated by Catherine Hornick. 15 pages, history of villages

GB.078.New New Ulm Cemetery Burial Registry. Research Aide.

GB.211.Wid Nöbel, Wilhelm Widerstand gegen die Teilung
Unteibares Deutschland, 1966
129 pages of text and many pages of pictures. Text is in German. This book is a documentary about the opposition against the dividing of Germany.

GB.260.Nor Nordbairisches Worterbuch des Sechsamter, Stift-und Egerlandes-Teil 1,
478 pages in German text. A dictionary.

GB.261. Nor Nordbairisches Worterbuch des sechsamter-Stift-und Egerlandes No.2483
Pages, in German. A dictionary by Herman Braun

GB.131.Now Nowey, Waldemar. Augsburger Bistumswallfahrt.
58 p., 1989, Church histories.
* The Augsburg Pilgrimage

GB.032.Now Nowey, Waldemar. Über die Kirchentüre hinaus
162 p., German. Cultural.

GB.132.Nuz Nuzik, Petr. Vedenych na Územi Okresu Domazlice V Letech 1592-1949.
146 p., Czech, research aide.

GB.187.Ods Odsun – Die Vertreibung Der Sudetendeutschen
By Roland J. Hoffmann & Alois Harasko
944 pages, text in German & Czech with some pictures
Expulsion of the Sudeten Germans

GB.245.Oly Olympische Spiele 1972 By: Heinz Maegerlein
Text is in German and there are 378 pages with a lot of pictures.
It’s all about the Winter and Summer Olmpics in Sapporo and Munich.
Donated by the family of Kurt Eisen.

GB.244.Oly Olympische Winterspiele 1952
Text is in German and there are 30 pages with a lot of pictures.
Book refers to the Winter Olympics held in Oslo, Norway.
Donated by the family of Kurt Eisen.

GB.264.Ori Original Lennetal Musikanntan, by Haraid Sandman & Grou, infor and 3
DVD’s . Donated by Bob Paulson

GB.170.Par Park Wilhelmshöhe-Kassel by Doris Kininger & Michael Wiedemann  1991
63 p. Text is in German, but there are mostly pictures

GB.253.Pat Pater families 1820-1900, The Cincinnati years, by Martha Lockhart
39 Pages, from Martha Nodine. 2004

GB.117.Pen Pengra, Nancy. Family histories: an easy step-by-step guide to capturing your family’s precious memories now, before they’re lost. St. Paul, Minnesota: Family Histories, 1995
144 p. ill, 28 cm.
Family histories, genealogy, biography, authorship, handbooks, manuals.

GB.162.Per Pernartitz
95+ pages (Illustrations) (Maps) (Pictures) Text is in German
The community and area around Pernartitz

GB.201.Per Personlichkeiten des Landkreises Mies und der Stadt Pilsen By Johanna Czech
128 pages,text is in German, pictures.
*Stories about different personalities from the area of Mies and the city of Pilsen.

GB.228.Pfa Pfarrei Hirschau Im Bohmerwald By Karl Bretl 1984
330 pages, text is in German and there are pictures.
*All about the parish of Hirschau in Bohemia.

GB.001.Pfo Pfohl, Ernst. Ortslexikon Sudetenland.
697 pages. Research Aide.
* Registry of Towns in the Sudetenland

GB.204.Pie  PIERZANA II By Father Robert Voigt 1990
272 pages, text is in English and there are pictures.
*The author wrote the history of Pierz Minn. for its centenial in 1965 and now adds   this religious and secular history from 1865 to 1990.

GB.133.Piw Piwonka, Alfred. Parish Books from Kreis Bischoffeinitz in the Pilsen Archives.
68 p.

GB.149.Hob The Place Names of Bohemia Translation to English by Karen Hobbs in 1990’s
90 p. This book gives German and Czech names of old homeland villages and information on how and why they were originally named the way they were.

GB.118.Ple Plenk Verlag. Obersalzberg: Photo Documentation. 1978.

GB.037.Pru Prüssler, Josef. Wanderungen um Reichenberg: Erinnerungen an eine unvergessene Landschaft. Augsburg: Kraft (n.d.)
182 p., ill, 19 cm. Liberec, Czecho-Slovakia, Description.
*Hiking around Reichberg: memories of an unforgetable landscape

GB.119.Pro Prokes, Albert J. 125th Jubilee of St. John Nepomuk Parish, St. Louis, Missouri: history of the first Czech Catholic Church in the United States and the priests who served this congregation, together with congratulatory messages, program of celebration, decorations of the church and other items. 1979
224 p., ill., 22 cm. St. John Nepomuk Church

GB.122.Psc Pscheidt, Edgar, and Reinhold Werth. Odsun-die Vertreibung der Sudetendeutschen.
548 p., German. History.
* The Forced Exile of the Sudeten-Germans

GB.009.Psc Pschorn, Margareta. Heimat–eine kostbare Perle.
263 p., German, Homeland in poetry.
* Homeland- A Precious Pearl

GB.045.Rei Reichert, Günter. Das Scheitern der kleinen Entente: internationale Beziehungen im Donauraum von 1933 bis 1938. München: Fides-Verlagsgesellschaft, 1971.
186 p., 24 cm. Danube River Valley Politics and government
*The break-down of the small Entente: international relationships in the Danube area from 1933-1938

GB.134.Rei Reichert-Flögel, Ute. Unter dem weissblauen Schild: 30 Jahre Schirmherrschaft Bayerns über die Sudetendeutschen. München: Verlagshaus Sudetenland, 1984.
108 p., ill, maps, 20 cm. Germans, Czech Republic, Sudetenland.
*Under the white-blue shield: 30 years of Bayrish patronage over the Sudeten-Germans

GB.165.GUT REISEFüHRER EGERLAND/WESTBöHMEN
Ernst Gütter  1997
264 p. (Pictures) Text is in German
West Bohemian culture

GB.135.Rig Right of nationalities and protection of minorities: draft of an international convention and of a European protocol. München: Internationales Institut für Nationaliteatenrecht und Regionalismus, 1978.
80 p., 30 cm. Text in English, French, and German.
Principles of Nationalities, Minorities.

GB.033.Rip Rippley, LaVern and Joachim Repmann. Hans Reimer Claussen, 1804-1894, A Sketch of his Life. Davenport, Iowa: Hesperian Press. Verlag für Amerikanistik.
87 p. ill, 21 cm. 1994.
German and English on facing pages. Biography, revolutionaries, legislators of   Iowa, politicians of Iow

GB.136.Rip Rippley, La Vern J. German-Bohemians : the Quiet Iimmigrants / La Vern J. Rippley ; with Robert J. Paulson. Northfield, Minn. : St. Olaf College Press for the German-Bohemian Heritage Society, c1995. xx,
279 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm. Maps on end papers.
Includes bibliographical references and index. Introduction: Bohemians : their origins   –German-Bohemians settle in Brown County — Departing from the old homeland,   establishing the new one — The market and politics

GB.246.Rom Romantische Reise Durch Den Historischen Deutschen Osten
By: Wolfgang Schwarze (1989) Text is in German and there are 178 pages.
A romantic trip through Eastern Germanic type cities via a collection of illustrations.
Donated by the family of Kurt Eisen

GB.231.Sai Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery and Czech National Cemetery Inventory
New Prague Minnesota 2002. Copyright by Czechoslavaka Genealogical Society   International, Saint Paul MN. About 1/2″ thick, text is in English.

GB.023.Sch Schaefer, Francis J. Golden Jubilee of St. Mary’s Parish, Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, (English) 1926. New Ulm, MN: Druck der Liesch-Walter Printing Col, 1926.

GB.024.Sch (Two Volumes, one in German and one in English.)
(German) 159 p., ill, 22 cm.
Catholics, German, Archdiocese of St. Paul, History.

GB.014.Sch   Schmidt, Georg. Burgen Westboehmens.
109 p., 1988 reprint. General history.
* Castles in west Biohemia

GB.044.Sch   Scholz, Hugo. Unter der Felsenkrone.
50 p., German, town history.
* Under the Stone Crown

Schriften zur Tachauer heimatgeschte
GB.112.01.Sch Band 1: Sagen und Erzahlung, Erzählung, Joseph Stich, 1987
GB.112.02.Sch Band 2: Dichter aus der Tachauer Land, Ferdinand Roth, 1988
GB.112.03.Sch Band 3: Bildende Künstler aus dem Tachauer Land, Gertrud Träger, 1989
GB.112.04.Sch Band 4: Egerländer Volkslieder, Erich Baumann, 1990
GB.112.05.Sch Band 5: Trachten, Hildegard Preiß, 1991, 2 copies
*Writings about things relating to the homeland of Tachau

GB.104.Sch   Schuster, Franz. Tachau-Pfraumberger Heimat.
425 p. 2000
*Heimatbuch for the Tachau-Prauberg Homeland

GB.248.Shi Ships of Our Ancestors, 380 pictures, includes list of pictures and names. Donated
By Ruth Hornick

GB.158.Sch Schwalm-Eder-Kreis Heimat für Vertriebene
128 p. (Pictures) Text is in German
Home for the expelled

GB.006.Sle Slejeska, Miroslav. Praha-ha-ha. Praha: Kobra, 1992.
79 p., 21 cm. Josef Kuecera

Sommer, Johann Gottfried. Das Königreich Böhmen. Prag: J.G. Calve,1833-1849.   16 volumes in all
GB.035.01.Som
1. Leitmeritzer Kreis, 1833
GB.035.02.Som
2. Bunzlauer Kreis, 1834
GB.035.03.Som
3. Bidschower Kreis, 1835
GB.035.04.Som
4. Königgreatzer Kreis, 1836
5. Chrudimer Kreis, 1837
GB.035.06.Som
6. Pilsner Kreis, 1838
7. Klattauer Kreis, 1839
8. Prachiner Kreis, 1840
9. Budweiser Kreis, 1841
GB.035.10.Som
10. Taborer Kreis, 1842
11. Caslauer Kreis, 1843
GB.035.12.Som 12. Kauerimer Kreis, 1844
13. Rakonitzer Kreis, 1845
GB.035.14.Som
14. Saazer Kreis, 1846
GB.035.15.Som
15. Elbogner Kreis, 1847
GB.035.16.Som
16. Berauner Kreis, 1849
*The Bohemian Kingdom (All of its counties)

GB.257.Sov Soupis Matrik-1592-1949. In Czech. Text. 146 pages, parishes in Bohemia.

GB.238.Ste Sterben und Vertribung der Deutschen im Osten 1944-1949 (2002)
By: Marco Picone Chiodo  304 pages, text is in German, some photos
Book refers to the expulsion and suffering of the Germans in the eastern block   countries of Europe

GB.114.Ste Stevenson, Noel. The genealogical reader: a collection of articles.
Salt Lake City: Desert Book, 1958.
188 p, 24 cm.  Genealogy

GB.062.Sti Stingel, Josef. Vierzig Jahre nach der Vertreibung. 446 p. German, history.
Forty Years After the Forced Exile

GB.258.Sud Sudetendeutsches Ortsnamenverzeichnis, test in German & Czech. 290 pages

GB.185.Sud Sudetenland Unvergessene Heimat by Bruno Brehn & Hansgeorg Loebel
47 pages text and 216 pages of historic photos
Text is in German with some illustrations

GB.151.Pra Süddeutsche Küche by Katharina Prata  1912
835 P. Text is in German
*South German Cookbook

GB.137.Sud Sudetendeutsche Volkstänze. München: Sudetenland, 1987.
1BK Music 2v. ill, maps, 17×25.
1BK Pictures Folk dancing, German, Czech Republic, Sudetenland.

GB.265. Sut Sutterlin, German script by Frank G. Soural, 21 pages, Introduction and Guide to old script.

GB.138.Syk Sykora, Josef, and Michl Reiter. Singendes Egerland.
1976. 237 p.,
* The Singing Egerland

Book List T-Z

GB.183.Tau Taufbuch, Hochzeitsbuch, Totenbuch der katholischen Pfarrei Tachau 1707-1716
By Helga Meister, 1998
166 pages, text is in German, some illustrations
*Wedding, baptism, and death records for the catholic parish of Tachau. Also includes   records of the different ocupations and who these people were. All from 1707 to1716

GB.263. Tax Tax Rolls of 1654 of Bischofteinitz and Taus, translated by Karen Hobbs
48 pages.

GB.150.Kra TELC, Historic Town of South Moravia
189 p. Text is in English
Informational book about the historical center of Telc

GB.225.Tep Die Tepl  Copyright by Z. Jiskra  2001
107 pages, text is in German with some illustrations.
*Tepl river in Bohemia with it’s subsituaries and how they affected the region.

GB.178.Tom Tomslake – History of the Sudeten Germans in Canada  By Andrew Amstatter
(138 pages) (Text is in English)

GB.249.Tra Trans Atlantic Passengeer Ships Past and Present. By Eugene W. Smitth
350 pages, includes lists of ships, also pictures of same, from Angie
Portner

GB.018.Tur Turnwald, Wilhelm Karl. Renascence or decline of Cenral Europe: the Sudeten German-Czech Problem. Munich: University Press C. Wolf, 1954.
89 p., illus., 20 cm.
Germans, Czechoslovakia.

GB.175.Uni UNITY IN COMMUNITY, ST. Boniface Parish 150 years,New Vienna, IA
Edited by BobMescher & Laverne “Toby” Bockenstedt
239 pages Text is in German

GB.105.Uns  Unser Heimatkreis Bischofteinitz
991p. 1967, illus Bischofteinitz Heimatbuch
*Our Homeland County Bischofteinitz

GB.202.Upr Uprooted and Transplanted  By Hanns F. Skoutajan  2000
273 pages, text is in English, few pictures
A Sudeten odyssey from tradedy to freedom 1938-1958

GB.255.Unm Unmenschlliche Grenze, 1956, in 3 languages, English, German and Czech.
Check Point Charlies stories, donated by Bob Paulson

GB.068.Val Valentine, John (ed.). Handbook for genealogical correspondence. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1963.
273 p. illus., 24 cm
Genealogy

GB.206.Val Valley of the Shadow By Erich Anton Helfert 1997
343 pages,text is in English
*A fourteen year old boy witnesses the upheavels, tragedies and displacement sweeping central Europe prior to and after World War II

GB.052.Ver Verdenhalven, Fritz. Die Deutsch Schrift. Neustadt an der Aisch: Degener, 1991.
151 p., facsims, 22 cm.
*German script.

GB.160.Ver Verfall einer Kulturlandschast am Beispiel des Alt-Landkreises Mies Im Egerland
183 p. (Pictures) Text is in German  1992
Various information about the old county of Mies in Egerland

GB.224.Vin Vinzenzifest Egerlander Erntedank By Gerhard Hergenroder (1999)
124 pages, text is in German and there are pictures.
*Writings covering 50 years regarding the Vinzezifest held for the community of   Wenlingen at Neckar.

GB.173.Ham Volksmedizin im Egerland as described by Father Josef Lang
Dr. Wolf Dieter Hamperl 1999
80 p. (Few illustrations) Text is in German
This book should be translated because it speaks about old time remedies

GB.256.Von Von Bohmen Nach Wien, tex in German, 126 pages, many photos, donated
By Peter Kinderman, Cincinnati, Ohio

GB.039.Von von Carsten Lenk. Geht’s Bouma, tanzt’s a wenig. Otto Peis und die Anfänge der   Volksmusikplege in der Oberpfalz, 1948-1969.
116 p., 1992.
* Boys Let’s Dance A Little, Otto Preis and the beginning of the Cultivation of   Folkmusic in the Oberpfalz

GB.111Wac Wachtler Gedenkbuch  1970 Heimatbuch
224 p.
*Wachtl Memorybook

GB.188.Was Was Die Landschaft Mit Leben Erfüllt (German Title) 2000
243 pages, text is in Czech and German
Photos and text of Sudeten Churches

GB.123.Wei Weihnachtsgeschichten aus dem Sudetenland From Gundel Paulsen 1994
147 pages, text is in German
*Stories about Christmas time from the Sudetenland.

GB.157.Mes Wenn wir nur nicht lästig fallen
Rolf Messerschmidt 1991
258 p. (Pictures) Text is in German
People relocating in 1945-1955

Periodicals? West-Böhmische heimat: mitteilungen für heimatforschung, volksbildung und heimische dichtung. West-Böhmische heimat, 1927-1930.
3 v. in 1.
Germans in Bohemia, Periodicals.

GB.127.Wes Westböhmische Heimat, 1928, Heimatbuch für jung und alt.
250 p. 1928
*Westbohemian Homelandbook for the young and old

GB.071.Wil Willard, Jim. Ancestors: A beginner’s guide to family history and geneology.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997.
212 p., ill, 23 cm.
Genealogy, Ancestors.

GB.243.Wir Wir haben uns selbst aus Europa vertrieben By: Leopold Grunwald (1985)
Text is in German and there are 160 pages.
Essays on the consequences of the expulsion of the Sudeten Germans.
Donated by the family of Kurt Eisen

GB.055.Wol Wolf, C. The Sudeten German Problem in International Politics.
45 p., Munich, 1971.

GB.046.Wri Wright, William Edward. Serf, Seigeurner, and sovereign: agrarian reform in   eighteenth-centry Bohemia. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1966.
217 p., 24 cm.
Land tenure, Czech Republic, Bohemia, History.

No Book WWII, Germans, Czech Republic, History.
Available *Expulsion ad Flight out of the Tachau Circle in Egerland: destiny in reports, documents, and pictures.

GB.181.Yea Yearbook of German-American Studies-Volume 35, 2000
By William D. Keel, Editor  (312 pages) (Text is in English)

GB197.Zer Zerstörte Heimat – Das Egerland heute
125 pages, photos, text in German
A photo book of Egerland villages

GB.129.Zie Zierhut, Franz. Deschenitz 1272-1987.
180 p., 1987, German, Heimatbook.

GB.156.Zim Zur Geschichte des deutschen Staatsgymnasiums in Landskron
Richard Zimprich & Berthold Schmeiser  1971
109 p. (Some pictures) Text is in German
Names of directors and members of the gymnasium in Landskron

Robert Paulson Books

RP.017.Arb Arbeitsgemeinschaft Laurenziberg. Heimat um den Laurenziberg: ein Kirchspiel im südlichen Egerland. Friedberg: Jaspis, 1992.
432 p, ill, 24 cm.
Czech Republic, history, genealogy.
*Home at Laurenziberg: a Parish in south Egerland.

RP.006.Den Denkmalpflege in den Sudetengebieten.
80 p., 1990.
* Care of the Monuments in the Sudetenland

RP.015.Gul Guldan, Wenzel. Ortschronik Maschowitz. Rietberg: Rehling and Schoppengerd, 1983.
265 p., ill, 22 cm.
* Germans, Czech Republic, Maesovice.

RP.013.Haa Haas, Anton. Pfarrel Rothenbaum in Böhmerwald.
296 p., 1980. Heimatbook
* Parish of Rothenbaum in the Böhmerwald

RP.001.Hai Haid und das Haiderland.
720 p., 1985. Heimatbook
*Haid and the Land of Haid

RP.011.Hei Heimatgemeinde Mirkowitz. Mirkowitz Mein Heimatdorf.
162 p., 1979. Heimatbook
* Mirkowitz My Home Community

RP.012.Hei Heimatkreis Prachatitz im Bohmerwald. Augsburg: Heimatkreis Prachatitz, 1970-1975.
2 v. ill, maps, ports, 18×24 cm.
Czech Republic history, Germans, religion.

RP.016.Kof Köferl, Josef. Zusammentasste wiederauflage.
342 p., 1985. German Gothic, history.
* Printing Summarized

RP.014.Kur Kurzführer. Wappenfries im Sudetendeutschen Haus München.
32 p., 1989.
* Heraldic Symbols in the Sudeten German Haus, Munich

RP.004.Lap Lappat, Josef. Auherzen und sein Kirchsprengel.
176 p., 1992, German, Heimatbook
* Auherzen and It’s Parish

RP.019.Lud Ludwig Stark Verlag. Glöckelberg.
468 p., 1992. Heimatbook
*Glöckelberg

RP.018.Mei Meine Familie, Herkunft, Vorfahrenzweige, Schicksale 1980
46 p. Text is in German and the book speaks about some history on different areas in the Sudetenland and includes forms for filling out a family tree.

RP.003.Met Metzlinger Lese-und Bilderbuch: mit den Orten Raschnitz und Pirk.
Ortsbetreuung Metzling, 1982, Furth und Wald: Perlinger Druck
293 p., ill, maps, 22 cm. Sudetenland, Meclov, Mraecnice, Berezina.

RP.020.Mug Mugrauer, Johann. Höritz im Böhmerwald.
288 p. Heimatbook
* Höritz in the Böhmerwald
RP.021.Sch Schläger, Franz. Chronik und Lebensgeschichten der Gemeinde Neofen am Plöckensteiner See.
416 p., 1986. Heimatbook* Chronical and Lifestory of the Village of Neofen on the Plöckensteiner Lake

RP.010.Sch Schötterl, Anna. Pollschitz wie’s daheim einst war.
216 p., 1990.
* The Way It Was at Home

RP.002.Son Sonnberger, Oswald, and Edwin Miesbauer. Heuraffl im Böhmerwald verloren aber unvergessen.
207 p., 1996. Heimatbook
* Heuraffle in the Böhmerwald, Lost But Not Forgotten

RP.005.Sud Sudeten-und Ostdeutsche Patenschaften im Friestaat Bayern. In der Obhut Bayerns.
242 p., 1989.
* Sudeten- and East-German Sponsorships in the Free-State of Bavaria

RP.008.Vol Volk, Friedebert. Kirchsprengel und Kloster Chotieshau unserer Heimat im südlichen Egerland. Hersbruck: Die Ortsvertretung, 1986.
319 p., ill (1 color), maps, plans, 25 cm.
Catholic Church, Czech Republic
*Chotieschau Closter: A picture of our home in South Egerland

RP.022.Wol Woldrich, Traudl. Wie’s daheim war.
122 p., 1997. German, culture.
* How It Was at Home

RP.009.Zei Zeis, Barbara. Böhmerwaldkirchen im neuen Kleid: Glocken für die Heimat der Beitrag heimatvertriebener Böhmerwälder, 1989-1996. Beilngreis: Verein Glaube und Heimat, 1996.
180 p., ill, 23×24 cm. Bohemian Forest, church history.
*Bohemian Forest Church in a new dress: Bells for the home of the contribution of the expellee Bohemian Forest

Pamphlet List

GBp.057.Arc
Archiv Ostdeutscher Familienforscher (May 2001)
96 pages, text in German
Archive of East German family researchers or authors and various subjects.

GBp.022.Kes
Arminius
By Dr. Herman Kesting
1968, 39 pages, text in English
Shortened edition of “The Liberator Arminius.”
Purpose is to better understand the Herman Monument.

GBp.023.Eic
Auf, auf, ihr Wandersleut  (Wir feierin den Frühlingseinzug und die Osterzeit Zusammen mit der Jugend.)
By Richard Eichler
Text is in German. German songs and stories.*Celebrating the coming of Spring and Easter together with the youth.

GBp.036.Now
Auf Friedenssuche in der Heimat
By Dr. Phil. Waldemar Nowey
1988, 63 pages (Ill.), text in German
About a Czech in and a German out of what now is a gloomy looking land.
*A search for happiness in the homeland.

GBp.033.Tho
The Beginner’s Guide to Norwegian Genealogical Research
By Finn A. Thomsen
1984, 25 pages (ill. maps), text in English

GBp.059.Ber
Berlin
1999, 124 pages, text in English
Guide to the City of Berlin

GBp.071.Bil
Bilder vom Volksleben
1991, 63 pages, text in German
Pictures and drawings from the Egerland.

GBp.073.Bil
Bilder vom Volksleben
1994, 51 pages, text in German
Pictures and paintings about the living in Egerland.

GBp.080.Boh
Bohemian Association of New Zealand
Information taken from website: http://bohemian.orcon.net.nz  (13 pages)

GBp.079.Boh
Bohemia & Austria
Taken from World Book Inc. 2002
21 pages, text in English

GBp.064.Boh
Bohemian Germans in Kansas: A Catholic Community from Bukovina
By Oren Windholz
1993, in English, pictures

GBp.054.Boh
Böhmisch-Oberfalzische Akanthusaltare
By Wolf Dieter Hamperl and P. Aquilas Rohner
80 pages
*Many pictures and a description of the history of the akanthus style of altar carving.

GBp.061.Boh
Böhmische Dorfer Verlag
By Wolfgang Witiko Marko
2002, 31 pages, text in German
A publication regarding the various villages in Bohemia.

GBP.043.Bor
Border People: The Böhmisch (German-Bohemians) in America
Ken Meter and Robert Paulson
1993, 32 pages, text in English, pictures
History of the German-Bohemians around the New Ulm, MN area and the areas of Menominee and Luxemburg, WI.

GBp.058.Bur
Burgen & Schlosser in Ostbayern und Böhmen
96 pages, text in German, many pictures
Castles, Cloisters and hills in East Bavaria and Bohemia

GBp.077.Chu
Church of St. Agnes, St. Paul, Minnesota: Ethnic Origins in Marriage Records, 1887-1897
Introduction and transcription by Linda Therkelsen
2002, 44 pages, text in English, some photos and graphics

GBp.068.Cob
Cobblestone German Americans
This publication includes New Ulm’s Glockenspiel on the last page.
48 pages, text in English

GBp.072.Tre
Das Abkommen von München
By Alfred Schickel
45 pages, text in German, some pictures
How England and France thought world peace was saved in 1938.
Donated by the family of Kurt Eisen.

GBp.016.Sti
Das Ringen der Sudetendeutsche Sozialdemokraten
By Ernst Stiftung and Gisela Paul
24 pages, in German and Czech, political history
* The Struggles of the Sudeten-German Social-Democrats

GBp.039.Das
Das Sudetendeutsche Sozialwerk Und Seine Heime
10 pages, text in German, pictures
*That Sudeten-German social works and it’s homes

GBp.024.Ryb
Dateline Sudetenland: Hostages to History
By Timothy Ryback
10 pages
Donated by Donald Laglois.

GBp.078.Dep
Deportation, Flucht und Vertribung
Published by the Bavarian Ministry for Work and Social Affairs
1985, 71 pages, text in German, pictures
A look back after 40 years at the expulsion, with eyewitness reports.
Donated by the family of Kurt Eisen.

GBp.070.Der
Der Maler Fritz Pontini (1874-1912)
A collection of paintings and drawings by Fritz Pontini who had a connection to Franzenbad in  Bohemia.
36 pages, text in German

GBp.010.Die
Deutsche Politik and Heimatvertriebene: Berlegungen und Argumente
By Hans Dietz
München: Verlag die Brücke.  1970?
43 pages, Seliger-Gemeinde
*German Politics

GBp.056.Din
Dinkelsbühl
56 pages, text in English, lots of pictures
*Guide book to the City of Dinkelsbuhl.

GBp.004.Dre
Dreissig Jahre Vertreibung
1975, 16 pages
* Thirty Years of Exile

GBp.015.Rei
Dresden
By W. Reimer
30 pages, German, travel.

GBp.051.Dre
The Dresden Frauenkirsche
By Gebrüder Schmidt
16 pages, text in English
The destruction and reconstruction of the Frauenkirche in the town of Dresden.

GBp.008.Hab
Eger/Cheb
By Josef Haberzettl und Barta Jaroslav
1900-1990. (1992), 60 pages, German/Czech, travel.

GBp.047.Egh
Eghalanda Gmoi
B y Theodor Fontane
1999, 68 pages, text in German.  Pictures of groups of people.
50 years celebration of Egerland in Stuttgart.

GBp.013.Now
Ein seltsames Heimaterlebnis rund um den Böhmerwaldturm
By Waldemar Nowey
15 pages, text in German, general history
*A Strange Occurrence at Home and around the Böhmerwald Tower

GBp.025.Win
Die Erschliessung der neuen Ferdinandsquellen und deren Quellentechnische Ausgestaltunging
By Ing. Benno Winter
40 pages (ill & pictures), text in German
*The development of the new Ferdinand springs and there engineering and design.

GBp.001.Pau
Es gibt nicht nur ein Lidice
By Ernst Paul
München: Verlag die Brücke
196?, 16 pages, 21 cm.
WWII, Czechoslovakia, Germany
*There is not only one Lidice

GBp.074.Fol
Folk Culture in Czechoslovakia
A colored fold out showing an interesting interpretation of Czech Folk Culture.
Text in English, lot’s of illustrations.

GBp.055.Fra
Fragen betreffend den Horitzer Passionsfilm
By Franz Bayer
47 pages, text in German, a few pictures
*Queries concerning the Horice Passion Film.

GBp.030.Tho
Genealogical Maps and Guide To The Norwegian Parish Registers
By Finn A. Thomsen
1979, 64 pages, text in English, includes maps and guides to Norwegian registers

GBp.076.Ger
German-Bohemian Genealogy Research in the Czech Republic for South Bohemia
By Linda Therkelsen
About 40 pages, text in English, with some German and Czech words included

GBp.028.Ger
German-Bohemian Immigrant Monument
1992, 30 pages, text in English, pictures
Souvenir booklet relating to the dedication of the monument, and a brief description of the German-Bohemian Heritage Society

GBp.048.Die
Die Goldene Strasse
64 pages, text in German
Explains about the times when the road from Nürnberg through Pilzen to Prague was known as the Golden Road.

GBp.065.Gui
A Guide to the Spelling and Pronunciation of German Names
By Arta E, Johnson Ph.D.
52 pages, text in English, but German words appear.
Donated by John Fritsche from the Herman Radloff collection.

GBp.062.Har
Der Harz
32 pages, text in English, German and Danish, lots of pictures.
*The Region of Harz, the most northerly secondary chain of mountains in Germany

GBp.040.Hei
Heimat in Bildern: Sudetendeutscher Postkarten-Kalender
1998, 24 pages, text in German
Homeland in pictures.

GBp.027.Der
Der Heimatkreis Mies-Pilsen e.v
1995, 20 pages, title is in German, but text is in Czech.

GBp.014.Now
Heimatvertreibung und Heimatflugt in die Freiheit
By Waldemar Nowey
1990, 20 pages, German, history.
* Forced Exile and Flight to Freedom

GBp.045.Hei
Heimat Zwischen Oder Und Mohra
By Dr. Walter Staffa
68 pages, text in German, some pictures.
*Homeland Between the Oder and the Mohra

GBp.020.Axm
Heimstadt Hostau
By Willi Axmann
1980, 52 pages, text in German, history
* Homeland City, Hostau

GBp.035.Hin
Hinterglasbilder aus dem Egerland
1993, 28 pages, text in German
Pictures behind glass from the Egerland.

GBp.031.Goj
Historic St. Ann’s Church and Cemetery
By Professor Walter Gojmerac
32 pages, text in English
The story behind this church located at Rib Lake, Wisconsin.

GBp.063.His
Historisches Sehusafest
34 pages, text in German, lots of pictures
All about a festival in an old City in the Harz Mountain region in Germany.

GBp.042.Hor
Horsovsky Tyn 800 let
Text is in Czech and German, with a little English, pictures.
This book speaks about the history of the city. Our ancestors knew this city as Bischofteinitz

GBp.017.Von
Hostau 1945
By Peter von Brigitte
1982
*About the village of Hostau in 1945

GBp.044.Hou
The House of Semmelbauer
By Thomas H. & Maryanne R. Semelbauer
45 pages, text mostly in English, some German included.
2000 years of tradition

GBp.029.Sel
Hundert Jahre Sudetendeutsche Arbeiterbewegund
By Josef Seliger
16 pages, text in German
Poetry and stories about how the Sudeten Germans worked for 100 years

GBp.050.Kir
Kirchenführer
1999, 32 pages, text in German
Information about a church & community in Münchenreuth.

GBp.021.Sch
Krippen aus dem Egerland und aus Marktredwitz
Schriftenreihe Egerland–Museum Marktredwitz Band 9
1994, 60 pages
*Various Nativity Scenes and Figures from the Egerland

GBp.037.Lan
Landkreis Tirschenreuth Westböhmen Entdecken
24 pages, map, text in German and it speaks about t
Tourist information for West Bohemian cities

GBp.066.Min
Minnesota Genealogical Reference Guide
By Paula Stuart Warren, CGRS
1994, 28 pages, text in English

GBp.032.Die
Möglichkeiten und Chancen des Sudetendeutsch-Tschechischen Ausgleichs
By Hans Dietz
1982, 24 pages, text in German
*Possibilities and chances of a Sudeten German and Czech settlement.

GBp.026.Win
Die Neuen Marienbader Ambrosius-Quellen
By Benno Winter
24 pages, text in German
*The newer built mineral springs in Marienbad

GBp.060.Pas
Die Pascher Sippen 1534–1946
By Gerold Pascher
26 pages, text in German, pictures
The contribution the Pascher family made in 400 years to the Germans in Bohemia.

GBp.053.Pfa
Pfarrei Schuttarschen, Die Laurenzikirche am Laurenziberg im Böhmerwald
60 pages, text in German, lots of pictures.
*All about the Laurenzi Church at the Laurenzi Mountain in Bohemia

GBp.041.Sem
Pictures of the Village of Vollmau–Church and Farms
Thomas H. Semelbauer
1997, 98 copied pictures with captions in German

GBp.011.Fis
Porzellan und Steingut aud Böhmen und Mähren
By Erich Fischer
32 pages, text in German
* Porcelan and Stoneware from Bohemia an Moravia

GBp.075.Reg
Regiments
By Karen Hobbs
2002
Copies of maps & military history from the Habsburg Monarchy 1848-1918

GBp.003.Ret
Rettet das Sudetenland
3 Books, 48 pages, text in German, history.
* Save the Sudetenland

GBp.034.Stm
St. Maria Loreto in Haid
Photos and story of the St. Maria Church

GBp.046.Sti
Stiftsbasilika Waldsassen
42 pages, text in German, colored pictures
Information about this beautiful basilica located in Waldsassen.

GBp.049.Sud
Sudetendeutsche Akademie Der Wissenschaften und Kunste
By Leopold Hafner
19 pages, text in in German showing works done by Leopold Hafner

GBp.007.1.Hab
(German Text) GBp.007.2.Hab
(English Text)
Sudetendeutsche Frage
By Fritz Peter Habel
München: Sudeten German Council, 1984
Germans, Czech Republic, Sudetenland, politics, government.
36 pages, ill, maps, 20×21 cm.
*The Sudeten Question.

GBp.069.Sud
Sudetendeutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften und Kunste
2000, 19 pages, text in German.
Leopold Hafner’s contribution to the art world in Germany.

GBp.002.Pau
Sudetendeutsch: Stiefkinder der Geschichte
By Ernst Paul
München: Verlag die Brücke
197? , 40 pages,  Seliger Gemeinde

GBp.009.Kir
A survey of American census schedules: an explanation and             description of our Federal census enumerations 1790 to 1950
By E. Kay Kirkham
Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Co.
1959, 102 pages, 23 cm.,  United States, Census.

GBp.067.Thr
Three Immigrant Stories
By Jeffrey A. Hess
1977, 31 pages, text in English, pictures
One of the stories is about Alex and Janet Harkin from West Newton Township.

GBp.038.Tra
Trappenkamp – Kreis Segeberg – 1956-1996
1996, 58 pages, maps, illustrations, pictures, advertising, text in German and
40 years of living in the green community of Trappenkamp.

GBp.012.Kuf
Unser Staat und der Welt-Frieden
By Hanus Kuffner
32 pages, 1922, text in German, history.
* Our Country and World Peace
GBp.018.Weg
Wegmüssen Mitnehmen Anfangen
72 pages, text in German, history, culture
*Having to Leave, Taking Along, Start Anew

GBp.052.Wei
Weiden und Böhmen in den Jahren 1241 bis 1600
By Annemarie Kraus
29 pages, text in German, some pictures
*The relationship between the town of Weiden and the land of Bohemia. Compiled at the12th Tachau Homeland reunion in 1980

GBp.019.Zei
Weihnachtslieder aus dem Egerland und der Oberpfalz
By Hatto Zeidler
1989, 30 pages
* Christmas Songs from the Egerland and the Oberpfalz areas.

GBp.005.Gob
What to say in your genealogical letters: Do’s and Dont’s in Genealogical Correspondence
By J.R. Gobble
Idaho Falls, Idaho, 1963, 19 pages, illus., 23 cm
Genealogical correspondence

GBp.006.Gob
Who’s where in your genealogical records? A filing and “finding” system
By J.R. Gobble
Idaho Falls, Idaho, 1963, 21 pages, illus., 23 cm.

Periodicals List

Sudetendeutscher Priestwerk
Weidacherstrafle 9, 83098 Brannenburg, Germany
P. Norbert Schlegel O Praem
Quartery
1998-2000

Wacht an der Miesa / Land an der Miesa
Heimatbrief für Bezirk Mies, Pilsen, Staab, Tuscakau, & Wiesengrund
Heimat Kreis Mies-Pilsen e.V
Postfach 127, Dinkelsbühl, Germany
Monthly
1959-

Glaub und Heimat
Manatsschrift der Heimatvertriebenen und Freunde der Böhmerwäldler
Walkirchen, Germany
Monthly
1998-2000

Hoam
Monatsschrift der Heimatvertriebenen und Freunde der Böhmerwäldler
Josepf-Pilland-Straße 2, Beilingries, Germany
Monthly
1994-1997

Miilleilungsblatt
Der Sudetendeutscher Landmandschaft
Hochstraße 8, 81669 Munich, Germany
http://www.sudeten.de
Monthly1997-2000

Jahrbuch der Egerländer
Helmut Pruessler-Egerland Verlag
Dagmarstr. 8, 90482 Nürnberg, Germany
Yearly
1969-2000

Böhmerwäldler Jahrbuch
Heraugeber Heimatverband der Böhmerwäldler e.V
Yearly
1968-1994

Der Egerländer
Stammeszeitschrift –  Eghlande Bundeszeitung
Verlag Helmut Preussler, Nürnberg
Weekley
1960-

Sudetendeutscher Familienforschung Jahrenschift
Vereinigung Sudetendeutscher Familienforscher
VSFF
Sitz Regensberg, Juttasstraße 20, 8500 Nürnberg, Germany
Yearly
1977, 1987. 1996

Archiv – Ostdeutscher Familienforscher
Herausgebeben von der Arbeitgemendschrift Ostdeutscher
Familienforscher e. V
Am Mühlenhof 5, Rastede 2902, Germany
Monthly

Maps List

GBm.008.map
Large black holder
Alte Heimat Sudetenland
Large colored German map showing sthe Sudetenland. It does include the area of non-German parts of Bohemia, Moravia and Slovakia as well.

GBm.001.map
Shelf
Autoreiseatlas Deutschland und Europa
112 pages
*Road Atlas Germany and Europe

GBm.009.map
Mounted
Bohemia
Old map of Bohemia written in Latin.

GBm.010.1.map
Large black holder
Böhmen, Mähren und Sudeten-Schlesien, Die Heimatgebiete der Sudetendeutschen
Colored German map.

GBm.010.2.map
Mounted
Böhmen, Mähren und Sudeten-Schesien, Die Heimatgebiete derSudetendeutschen
Colored German map.

GBm.020.map
Large black holder
Domazlice
Colored Czech map of the region the German-Bohemians refer to as Taus

GBm.012.map
Mounted
Heimat Böhmerwald
Long colored German map of the Bohemian Forest area.

GBm.006.1.map
GBm.006.2.map
GBm.006.3 map
Shelf
(3 maps with the same information)
Heimatkarte by Fritsch
Maps display the district of Mies and include the community around the Cities of Mies, Staab,Tuschkau and Wiesengrund.

GBM.021.map
Horsovski Map (In Czech Republic)

GBm.017.map
Large black holder
KDYNE
Colored Czech map of the area which lies to the East of the old homeland Taus region.

GBm.011.1.map
GBm.011.2.map
Large black holder
(2 maps with the same information)
Kreis Bischofteinitz
Black and white maps showing the county or region of Bischofteinitz. It does show the city and village names in German and Czech.

GBm.019.map
Large black holder
Marianske Lazne
Colored Czech map of the region to the North of the old homeland region Tachau.

GBm.022.map
Maxiatlas. Deutschland in SupermaRStab

GBm.002.map
Large black holder
Sudetendeutscher Atlas
Maynen, Emil.
Unter Mitarbeit von E. Bachmann. München Verlag der Arbeitsgemeinschaft zur Wahrung Sudetendeutscher Interessen.
1954, 56 pages, illus, 28 plates. German, French, and English
*Czechoslovakia Maps

GBm.013.map
Large black holder
Nördliches Egerland
Colored German map showing the counties of Asch, Eger, Graslitz and Falkeneu

GBm.027.map
Shelf
Old maps dating back to 1000

GBm.023
Shelf
Praha Map

GBm.024
Shelf
Rhine map from Bodensee to Koln: 1845

GBm.014.map
Large black holder
Österreich-Ungarn
One half of a large colored German map of Austria and Hungary

GBm.007.map
Sudetenland, Böhmen, Mähren
Map with overview of the areas of the Sudetenland, Bohemia and Moravia.

GBm.015.map
Mounted
Südliches Egerland

GBm.025.map
Shelf
Sudenteland map
Large colored German map of Southern Egerland showing the home land counties of Tachau, Bischhofteinitz and Mies.

GBm.018.map
Large black holder
Tachov
Colored Czech map of the area which German-Bohemians refer to as Tachau.

GBm.016.map
Large black holder
Trohatin
Black and white city map of the village of Trohatin.

GBm.003.1.map
GBm.003.2.map
GBm.003.3.map
Shelf
(3 maps with the same information)
Tschechische Republik – Egerland
By Klaus Höfer
Map displays the area of Egerland, which is found in what now is called the Czech Republic. The city and village names are shown in both German and Czech. Everything on this map is in color and it even includes a magnifying glass.

GBm.004.map
Tschechische Republik – Nordböhmen-Ostböhmen
By Klaus Höfer
Map displays the Northeastern part of Bohemia. City and village names are shown in both German and Czech. Everything is in color and there is a magnifying glass included.

GBm.005.map
Shelf
Tschechische Republik – Ostböhmen-Nordmähren
By Klaus Höfer
Map displays the Eastern part of Bohemia and the Northern part of Moravia. A city and village with two names is shown with both the German and Czech names. The others are in Czech. Everything is in color and there is a magnifying glass included.

GBm.026.map
Shelf
Untergrafenried Map  1984

Family Histories

A
FH.101.All
(Allinger)
Information regarding Allinger, Strobel, Dehle and Straub Families
About 20 pages
Compiled and donated by Maryann Zins

FH.119.Aug
(Augustin)
Joseph Augustin Family  History
1819, 80 pages
Compiled by Rita Augustin, donated by Ruth Hornick*

FH.215.Aug
(Augustin- Fecker)
Two families that belong together.
82 pages
Compiled by Ruth Hornick*

B
FH.058.Ber
(Berg)
Berg Family History in America
255 pages
Compiled and donated by Dolores Berg.

FH.229.Blo
(Block)
Block Family
Compiled by Mary Lou Bonnifield
Approximately 29 pages

FH.074.Bra
(Brandl)
Joseph, Johan and Wolfgang Brandl Families
By Greg Sebald
2001, 72 pages

FH.208.Bru
(Bruckbauer)
Complete family chart of the family, from Charles Bruckbauer in France, other info
About 40 pages
From Ruth Hornick *

FH.209.Bru
(Bruckbauer)
Haas, Helget, Zwaschka families
From Ruth Hornick*

FH.120.Ber
(Bertrand)
John  P. Bennett & Ezra  Bertrand Families
By Ruth Hornick
34 pages

FH.123
(Benham, Cook, Otto, Sanders, Larrabbee, Powell, Carpenter, Grimes, Sherman, Mitchell,ders, Olsen, Meyer, Tharkelldsen, Dr. Humphrey, Collins, Schmidt, Steffen, Miller, Kolbe, Eaton, John Schmid, Schutt, Tosch, Chapin, Ebilsior, Maulton, Ladd, Romberg, Meyer, Sanders)
A brief history of each person.  *

FH.122.Bow
(Bowman)
Chester Bowman  family
By Rurh Hornick
10 pages  *

FH.214.Ber
(Berberich)
Complied and donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.227.Bru
(Bruuckbauer. Sr.)
Andrew Bruckbauer Sr.
Compiled by Marlyn Huss, daughter of Ed & Louise Schmitz
85 pages
Donated by Marlys Huss

FH.226,Bru
(Bruckbauer)
Compiled by Cathy Smith
Approximately 56 pages
Donated by Angie Portner

FH.094.Bru
(Brust and Haeberle)
Information on Brust and Haeberle families
54 pages
By Maryann Zins

FH.098.Bru
(Brust)
Information on Brust family
About 40 pages
By Maryann Zins

C
FH.121.Cad
(Cady  & Clary)
Cady & Clary  Family History
75 pages
By Ruth Hornick*

FH.216.Car
(Carey-Mertz-Hillesheim)
3 families in this book
200 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.124.Cly
(Clyne)
Repass, Samuel, Kenneth Clyne family
By Eva  Clyne
3 pages *

FH.191.Chr
(Christenson)
A Family Heritage-1870-1994
Compiled byy Vicki Serna
114 pages
Donated by Ruth Hornick

D
FH.126.Dav
(Davies & Lewis)
Davies & Lewis Families
22 pages *
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick

FH.069.Dom
(Domeier)
Domeier’s, Joseph, George, John, Andrew, Joseph and Peter
Compiled by Marlene Domeier, Bernice (Domeier) Morris, and Marie (Domeier) Korenchen
44 pages

FH.125.Dom
(Domeier)
Domeier, Joseph, Mary, George, Marie, John, Barbara, Emil, Andrew, Peter
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick
About 22 pages   *

FH.127.Dre
(Drexler)
Drexler Andreas  & Anna
Compiled and donated by Alice Manderfeld *

FH.108.Dum
(Dums)
“Fruit Of The Vine” History of the Dums family
250 pages)
Compiled and donated by James and Irene Dums

E
FH.129.Ebe
(Ebenhoh  & Ebilsior)
Compiled by George Ebenhoh
Donated by Ruth Hornick
18 pages*

FH.001.1.Eck
(Eckstein)
John Eckstein 1838-1881 – Magdalena (Keim) Eckstein 1833-1917
32 pages
Donated by Dan Eckstein.

FH.001.2.Eck
(Eckstein)
Eckstein Family Calender
1998, 22 pages, pictures)
Created and donated by Dan Eckstein

FH.090.Eck
(Eckstein)
John, Babara, Margaret, Catherine and Antone Eckstein families.
Compiled and donated by Marlene (Windschitl) Syverson
2004, 278 pages

FH.186.Eis
(Eisen)
Eisen Kurt family and stories
10 pages, copied from Utschig  fanily book
By Mary Utschig Read
2004
Copied by Angie Portner *

FH.213.Eis
(Eischen)
Eischen family 1872 in the Comfrey area
About 125 pages *
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick

FH.193.Eng
(Engil)
Engel Family Histoty
82 pages
Compiled by Ruth Hornick *

FH.196.Eri
(Erickson Fredin, Johnson,Pedda)
All belong to the family
88 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick *

F
FH.061.Fis
(Fischer)
Fischer Family Tree
47 pages
Compiled by Carol Waibel
June 22

FH.190.Fis
(Fischer)
Fischer Wenzel  family
17 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick*

FH.059.For
(Forst)
Forst  Family Tree
56 pages, some pictures
Donated by Joseph and Mary Forst

FH.130.For
(Fortwengier, Schneider, Simmet, Weber)
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornnick
About 12 pages  *

FH.038.Fra
(Frank)
John Frank and Margaret Welsch,  Wabasso, MN
Written in 1997
54 pages
Compiled by and donated by Donald Zwach

FH.062.Fra
(Franta)
Franta Family and Allied Famalies
Compiled by Cletus and Rosemary Franta
July 25, 2002
107 pages

G
FH.070.Gag
(Gag)
Peter Gag
About 20 pages.
Information from Bob Paulson and Lucille Manderfeld

FH.131.Gag
(Gag)
Pater, Joseph, Adolph, Henry,  George
About 12 pages
From Ruth Hornick *

FH.003.Gei
(Geiger & Groebner)
Frank Geiger & Groebner Family History
21 pages
By John M. Schmolke

FH.004.Glo
(Glotzbach)
The Glotzbach Family Video
1997
Donation from George Glotzbach

FH.091.Glo
(Glotzbach)
Papers that accompany the video

FH.066.Gob
(Goblirsch)
Goblirsch Family
By Catherine Helget, Mariann Treml and Bob Paulson

FH. 136.Gre
(Greens)
8 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick, *
12 pages

FH.002.Gro
(Groebner)
John B. and Anton B. Groebner Family History
57 pages
Compiled by Mildred Groebner and donated by Ruth Hornick

FH.052.Gro
(Groebner)
Groebner Surname & Descendants
By Jerry Gulden
15 pages
Donated by Jerry Gulden

FH.132.Gro
(Groebner)
Franz & Anna  Grau
23 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.133.Gro
(Groebner)
Mathis
43 pages
Donated by Ruth Hornick  *

FH.051.Gul
(Gulden)
Gulden Surnames & Desendents
By Jerry Gulden
10 pages
Donated by Jerry Gulden

FH.134.Gul
(Gulden)
John, Nickolas, Gehardt, Bernard, Gery, Jacob Schneider
15 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick*

H
FH.073.Haa
(Haala)
Blasius and Lena (Kotten) Haala
13 pages
Prepared by Paul Kretsch

FH.006.Haa
(Haala)
The Haala Family Tree
261 pages
By Linda Marie Norberg

FH.135.Haa
(Haala)
4 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.005.Haa
(Haas)
The Haas Family
By Darlene Hornick & JoAnn Rothmeier
76 pages
Donated by Ruth Hornick

FH.095.Hae
(Haeberle)
Information regarding Haeberle family
About 60 pages
Donated by Maryann Zins*

FH.095-1.Has
(Haeberle)
About 15 pages*
Compiled by Maryann Zins

FH.111.Hag
(Hager)
The descendents of John Hager
40 pages
Compiled and donated by Marlene (Windschitl) Syverson

FH.080.Hel
(Helget)
The Helget Family History
260 pages
George J. and Katherine (Ubl) Helget and their family history.
By Connie (Helget) Erickson, with imput from many relatives.

FH.008.Hel
(Helget, Kastner & Haas)
Family History  Copy work done by Ruth Hornick 1812-1980
173 pages
Compiled by Leo Haas, Elizabeth (Kastner) Guttum
Donated by Ruth Hornick

FH.007.Mac
(Helget & Macho)
Katherine Helget Macho 1854
21 pages
By Max Utz & Robert Paulson

FH.054.Hen
(Henle)
Henle Surname & Desendents
8 pages
By Jerry Gulden
Donated by Jerry Gulden

FH.009.Her
(Herdegen)
The Herdegen Family Tree
250 pages
Compiled and donated by Robert Liebl

FH. 137. Hie
(Hier)
2 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.232. Hil
(Hillesheim)
Compiled by Steve Vescelius
Approximately 21 pages

FH.199. Hil
(Hillesheim, Mertz, Corey)
Families
50 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick*

FH.011.Hir
(Hirsch)
Hirsch Family History
By Family Members, donated by Ruth Hornick  (57 p.)

FH.086.Hof
(Hofmeister and Mages)
Hofmeister Two Editions, Genealogy of Hofmeister and Mages family
175 pages
Author, Norman Hofmeister, text is by Harry Hofmeister

FH.188.Hof
(Hofmeister)
Hofmeister Joseph family
22 pages
Compiled by A. Hofmeister & donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.138. Hof
(Hoffman)
Anton, Emmet, Joseph
37 pages
Compiled  & donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH. 139 Hof
(Hoffman)
John
17 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.102.Hol
(Holm)
John Holm family
14 pages
Compiled and donated by Alice Manderfeld

FH.110.Hol
(Holm)
The Beginnings of The Holm Family In Brown County
35 pages
Compiled and donated by Alice Manderfeld

FH.106.Hor
(Hornick)
Information regarding Franz Hornick family and relatives
91 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick.

FH.141.Hor
(Hornick)
9 pages
From Ruth Hornick*

FH.195.Hor
(Hornick)
The World book of the Hornicks
158 pages
Donated by Ruth Hornick*

FH.107.Hui
(Huiras)
Information on Hurias famly and relatives
200 pages
By Connie and Gerald Lenzen, donated by Jane Tarjeson

FH.140.Hui
(Huiras)
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick, 15 pages * Compiled by George Ebenhoh, donated by Ruth Hornick, 18 pages  *

I
FH.142.Ibb
(Ibberson)
Frank Ibberson
3 pages
From Ruth Hornick *

FH.143.Ing
(Ingrahm)
Oscar Ingrahm
13 pages
From Ruth Hornick*

FH.144.Isa
(Isaacs)
17 pages
From Ruth Hornick *

J
FH. 145.Jar
(Jaros) John
5 pages
From Ruth Hornick *

FH. 217.Jue
(Jueaman, Corey, Hillesheim, Kotten, Haala)
160 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick*

K
FH.146.Kac
(Kachelmeier)
Joseph Kachelmeier
31 pages
From Ruth Hornick *

FH.182.Kac
(Kachelmeier)  Joseph
Joseph Kachelmeier
13 pages
From Ruth Hornick *

FH.093.Kas
(Kastaneck)
John Kastaneck family and Rosalia Kubitachek family
8 pages
By Mr. Kastaneck, recorded by John Schmolke

FH.099.Kas
(Kastner)
Information regarding Kastner, Helget and Linmeier famalies
12 pages
Compiled and donated by Joe Haas

FH.163.Kel
(Kelly)
Kelly Peter family
67 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.076.Kit
(Kitzberger)
Antone and Barbara Kitzberger
19 pages
From Mary (Kitzberger) Fellegy

FH.053.Kli
(Klinkhammer)
Klinkhammer Surname & Desendants
By Jerry Gulden
6 pages
Donated by Jerry Gulden

FH.198.Kli
(Klinkhammer)
Klinkhammers in America
By Sharon Taylor
100 pages
Donated by  Henry & Patricia Klinkhammer*

FH.236.Kli
(Klinkhammer)
Nicholas and Crescentia Heggele
Compiled by Angie Portner
Approx. 150 pages

FH.212.Klo
(Kloeckl  & Prokosch)
Families stories and pictures
113 pages
By & donated by Ruth Hornick

FH.230.Koe
(Koestner)
Compiled by Mary Lou Bonnifield
Approximately 94 pages

FH.224.Koh
(Koh)
Descendents of Joanns Kohel & related families
(Auclair, Ferguson,Grube,Horz & Panz34)
By Michael E. Kohel
369 pages
Donated by Michael E. Kohel

FH.197.Koh
(Kohlhase & Schade) Families
200 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick*

FH.012.Kra
(Kral)
Johann Kral Family Tree 1820-1990
439 pages
Compiled by Gertrude Hoffmann, Dolores Kral and Catherine Jarmer

FH.147.Kra
(Kral  & Kimball)
Johann
33 pages
From Ruth Hornick*

FH.050.Kra
(Krambeer)
Krambeer Surnames & Descendants
By Jerry Gulden
3 pages
Donated by Jerry Gulden

FH.010.Kre
(Kreitinger)
Michael & Franz Kreitinger Families
50 pages
By Angeline (Meidl) Portner
Donated by Ruth Hornick

FH.030.Kre
(Kretsch)
German-Bohemian Immigrants Joseph and Theresa Kretsch
27 pages
Compiled and donated byPaul Kretsch
FH.155.Kre
(Kretsch)
Joseph Kretsch  family
25 pages
Complied & donated by Ruth Hornick*
FH.015.Krz
(Krzmarzick)
Krzmarzick Family History
287 pages
Compiled & donated by Peggy Tauer
FH.013.Kub
(Kubitschek)
Kubitschek family
3 pages
Mrs. Rosalia Kubittschek
By John Schmolke
L
FH.020.Lan
(Lang)
The Families of Andrew Lang (Frank, John and Joseph)
By Angeline (Meidl) Portner
FH.228. Lan
(Langhoff)
Donated by Mary Lou Bonnifield
Approximately 81 pages
FH.150.LeB
(LeBert, Essig,Moll & Vandervest)
LeBert Families
106 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick*
FH.151.Lar
(Larrabee) Family
23 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick*
FH.152.Led
(Ledja)
Johan Peter family
28 pages
C ompiled & donated by Ruth Hornick*
FH.014.Leo
(Leonard)
The Leonard’s and Related Famlies
Hard Cover,  1993, 502 pages
Compiled by and donated by Clark Mcue, Leonard
FH.016.Lie
(Liebl)
The Liebl Family Tree
300 pages
Compiled by and donated by Robert Liebl from Milwauke, WI.
FH.149.Loo
(Loof)
John Loof family
16 pages.
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick*
M
FH.116.Mac
(Mack)
Ancestral Research Report of the Mack Family
37 pages
Donated by the Macks & Jan Lokensgard  *
FH.116.1.Mac
(Mack)
Mack History
Donated by the Macks & Jan Lokensgard. *
FH.118.Mar
(Mar) (Mack)
Marz George, Joseph, Sporl families
172 pages
Donated by the Macks & Jan Lokensgard *
FH.153.McP
(McPhee)
Agus family
24 pages
C ompiled & donated by Ruth Hornick*
FH.097.Mag
(Mages)
38 pages
Compiled by Norm Hofmeister, text by Harry Hofmeister

FH.112.Man
(Manderfeld)
The Manderfeld and Holm Family History
42 pages
Compiled and donated by Alice Manderfeld

FH.114.Mar
(Marh)
Marihart in the U.S. 1850-2000
319 pages.
By Clarence & Earl Marihart & Bechy McElrath *

FH.049.Mar
(Marz)
Desendants  of Joseph Marz
1970, 4 pages
Compiled by and donated by Jan Lakensgard

FH.085.Mar
(Marz and Sperl)
Marz and Sperl family history
253 pages
Compiled by and donated by Jan Lokensgard

FH.117.Mas
(Massopust Franz)
15 pages
D onated by Robert Paulson.

FH.064.Mat
(Mathiowetz)
Mathiowetz
Some Mathiowetz information.
50 pages

FH.115.Mat
(Mathiowetz)
Bartholomew Mathiowetz Family
160 pages
By Marlene Syverson*

FH.081.1.Mat
(Mathiowetz)
Descendants of Simon Mathiowetz
442 pages
Compiled by Diane L. Nelson

FH.081.2.Mat
(Mathiowetz)
Descendants of Simon Mathiowetz
382 pages
Compiled by Diane L. Nelson

FH.017.Mau
(Maurer)
Biography of Wenzel Maurer
2 pages.
Compiled and donated by John Schmolke.

FH.018.Mei
(Meidl)
Biography of Mrs. Anna Suess Meidl
1937, 3 pages.
Compiled by and donated by John Schmolke.

FH.019.Mei
(Meidl)
Michael Meidl & Crescentia (Stelzer) Meidl Family
400 pages.
Compiled and donated by by Angeline (Meidl) Portner

FH.148.Mei
(Meidl)
Georg Meidl
1754, 35 pages.
By Robert Pritzl
Donated by Robert Pritzl.*

FH.088.Mei
(Meidl)
History of the Meidl Family
25 pages.
Compiled and donated by Robert Pritzl.*

FH.154.Mer
(Mertz)
Peter Mertz Family
7 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick*

FH.200.Mul
(The Mulligan Prairie)
Augustin & Hammerschidt Families
By Alois Hammerschidt
227 pages
Donated by Ruth Hornick*

N
FH.067.Nac
(Nachreiner)
The Family of Joseph and Catherine Nachreiner
By RaNay Lentsch
14 pages
Donated by Rose Walters Nachreiner

FH.089.Nac
(Nachreiner)
John and Theresa Nachreiner Reunion
24 pages
Created and donated by Jane (Haala) Tarjeson
Includes: Groebner, Hillesheim and Weber

FH.021.Nie
(Niemczyk)
The Niemczk Family Tree
250 pages
By Robert Liebl from Milwauke, WI

P
FH.103.Pel
(Pelzl)
Immigrant Families, Pelzl, Kienlen and Palmer
75 pages
By Mary Lou Smith
Donated by Don Brand

FH.210.Pel  Vol. 1
(Pelzel)
Pelzel names from all over the world
775 pages
By Michael Pelzel
Donated by the author.

FH.211.Pel. Vol.2
(Pelzel)
Names of all the Pelzels in the world
1557 pages, with pictures
Composed by Michael Pelzel
Donated by the author

FH.072.Pla
(Platz)
The Family of Michael and Anna Platz
22 pages
Donated by Rose Nachreiner

FH.022.Por
(Portner)
Johann Portner
By Angeline Portner & Frances Brandel
Donated by Angeline Portner

FH.234.Por
(Portner)
Andrew and Theodore Portner Families
Compiled by Angie Portner
Approximately 28 pages

R
FH. 156.Rie
(Riederer)
John Riederer Family
45 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.023.Rei
(Reiniger)
Reiniger Family 1847-1989
165 pages
By Sister Rosita Reiniger & Dolores Kral
Donated by Dolores Kral.

FH.024.Rem
(Remiger, Smasal, Hacker and Hoffman)
A Family History Book For Emmet Hoffman
200 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick and Angeline Portner.

FH.056.Rie
(Ries)
The Adam Ries Family Tree
Compiled and donated by Frances Brandel.

FH.105.Rie
(Ries)
Information regarding the history of Joseph and Barbara (Wollitzer) Ries
21 pages
Compiled and donated by Janice Kretsch.

FH.189.Rie
(Ries)
Ries Wenzel J. & Elizabeth Koestner Ries Family
8 pages
Compiled by Lambert H. Klose
Donated by Ruth Hornick.*

FH.192.Rie
(Ries, Remiger, Rothmeier, Rubey)
82 pages
Compiled by James R. Renner.
Donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.057.Rot
(Rothmeier)
The Family History of Joseph Rothmeier
Compiled by Elaine Dauer and Elaine Veit.
Donated by Elaine Dauer.

FH.157.Rot
(Rothmeier & Scheid)
John Kreszenz Scheid & Rothmeier Families
46 pages
Donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.027.Rub
(Rubey)
Wenzel Rubey, Stark Township, Brown County
98 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick.

FH.206.Rub
(Rubey)
Lots of pictures and obit.
132 pages
Donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.164.Rub
(Rubey)
Rubey Andreas & Barbara Family
Compiled by Johann Groebner.
Donated by Ruth Hornick.

FH.194.Rub
(Rubey)
Rubey Andrew Family
38 pages
Compiled and donated by Ken & Elva Clyne.*

S
FH.028.Sch
(Schaller)
The Schaller Saga-Bohemia to America
319 pages
Compiled by and donated by Gloria Ellwanger.

FH.105.Sch
(Schapekahm)
Information and pictures regarding New Ulm’s past mayor Bert      Schapekahm
16 pages
Compiled by Angie Portner.

FH.162 Sch
(Schieffert & Schiltz)
Schieffert & Schiltz Families
14 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.158.Sch
(Schlief)
Schlief Family History
16 pages
Compiled by Mrs Grace Walton.
Donated bby Ruth Hornick  *

FH.202.Sch
(Schief)
Schief Heinz
174 pages
Compiled by Grace Walton.
Donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.025.Sch
(Schmid)
The Family of John M. and Anna Schmid
30 pages
By Ethebert & Neoma Schmid.
Donated by Ruth Hornick.

FH.096.Sch
(Schmid)
History of John Baptist Schmid and Schmid family tree
About 30 pages
Compiled and donated by George L. Glotzbach.

FH.026.Sch
(Schneider)
Schneider Family 1991
1991, 64 pages
By Wilfred Schneider
Donated by Ruth Hornick

FH.201.Sch
(Schneider, Gulden, Fortwingler, Reiner, Wehrenberg & Komolz)
110 pages
Compiles and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.160.Sch
(Schnobrich)
Robert Schnobrich Family
17 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.203.Sch
(Schons)
Schons Family
110 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.055.Sch
(Schroepfer)
Michael and Margaret Schroepfer 1811-1979
43 pages
Compiled by Mary Ann Stern and Mary Ellen Schunk
Donated by Dorothy Waibel

FH.225.Sch
(Schroedl)
By John-Leonard Berg
20 pages
Donated by John-Leonard Berg

FH.159. Sch
(Schroepfer)
Leo Schroepfer Family
25 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.161.Sch
(Schulteis)
Schulteis Family
=26 pages
Compiled and donated by Donald Schulteis  *

FH.169.Sch
(Schumpperger)
Hans Schupperger Family 1438-1988
31 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.029.Sch
(Schwerr & Niese, Buck & Tordsen)
Schwerr & Niese, Buck & Tordsen  A Narrative Genealogy
1985, 201 pages
Compiled and donated by Harold H. Schwerr.

FH.075.Seb
(Sebald)
Descendants of Josef Sebald
2001, 9 pages
Information by Greg Sebald.

FH.207.Sei
(Seidl)
Seidl pictures and obit
2 pages
From Ruth Hornick. *

FH.223.Sei
(Seidl)
Xavier & Theresia Seidl
Compiled and donated by Angie Portner
11 pages

FH.233.Sel
(Sellner)
Christopher and Marianna Sellner family
Book by Brother Martin Sellner
Approximately 1157 pages
Purchased by G.B.H.S. for $87.40.
Also includes the following families: Blumhoefer, Bruckbauer, Dietz,Gag, Schloegl, Muehlbauer, Schroepfer, Weber, Hacker

FH.168.Sel
(Sellner)
Fred (Franz)  Sellner Family
20 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.167.Sel
(Sellner)
John Sellner Family
100 pages
Compiled and donated by Joe Groebner *

FH.166.Sei
(Seifert) Seifert Otto MD family.
By & donated by Dr. James Seifert
40 pages *

FH.172.Sei
(Seifert) Seifert Johann family, compiled & donated  by Ruth Hornick.75 pages*

FH.092.Sem
(Semelbauer)
Semelbauer Family History
160 pages
Compiled by Karl Beck, Thomas H. Semelbauer and Maryanne R. Semelbauer.
Donated by Thomas H. Semelbauer.

FH.235.Sep
(Sep, Hank)
The Sidters & The Tauer Prairie
Compiled by Kitty Lieb
20 pages

FH. 170 She
(Sherman/Marchant)
Henry Sherman Henry & Fredrick Marchant Families
13 pages
Compiled & donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.032.Sim
(Simon)
Frank Simon
3 pages
By John Schmolke

FH.171.Sim
(Simmet)
Peter Simmet Family
26 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.175.Sou
(Soukup)
Wenzel Soukup Family
23 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.174.Sou
(Soukup)
Wenzel, Peter, and John Soukup Families
20 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick.*

FH.031.Spe
(Sperl)
Sperl Families from Bohemia
75 pages
Compiled by and donated by Ralph W. Rogers Jr.

FH.033.Spe
(Sperl)
The Family History of Andrew & Anna (Ubl) Sperl
Compiled and bydonated by Alice (Sperl) Manderfeld

FH.071.Sta
(Stadick)
Some information on the Stadick family
52 pages
By Harvey Stadick

FH.035.Ste
(Steffel)
Steffel Family History 1685-1999
108 pages
Compiled and by donated by Sister Catherine Ann Tauer

FH.220.Ste
(Steffl)
Journey into the Past
153 pages
By Beatrice Steffl Ganske.
Donated by Ruth Hornick.*

FH. 219. Ste
(Stelzer)
The world book of Stelzers
About 140 pages
Donated by Ruth Hornick*

FH.034.Ste
(Stelzer, Meidl, Seidl, Berg & Hornick)
The Descendents of John Stelzer and Marie (Hoffman) Stelzer
Compiled and donated by Angeline Portner, Marlene Syverson and Ruth Hornick.

FH.176.Stu
(Sturm)
Mike, Joseph, John, and Lloyd Sturm Families
52 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.106.Sue
(Suess)
History on Erwin Suess, his family and his band
7 pages
Compiled by Angie Portner. *

T
FH.036.Tau
(Tauer)
Tauer Family 1825-1993
134 pages
By Dolores (Tauer) Kral.
Donated by Ruth Hornick

FH.037.Tau
(Tauer)
Johan Georg Tauer Family History 1763-2000
200 pages
Compiled and donated by Sister Ann Tauer.

FH.039.Ulo
(Tauer)
Errata for the Joseph Ulowetz Story
1992, 56 pages
Compiled and donated by Robert Redinger.

FH.177.Tau
(Tauer)
The Tauer Prairie
Sep, Hank Tauer and sisters
20 pages
By Rosemary Tauer.
Donated by Carol Waibel.

FH.179.Tau
(Tauer, Tremel, & Traurig Families)
98 pages
Compiled by Lorraine Tauer, 1938
Updated by Sister Catherine Ann Tauer, 1971
Donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.183.Tim Vol.-1
(Timm)
137 pages
By Sally Timm and Ruth Hornick. *

FH.184.Tim Vol.-2
(Timm)
66 pages
By Sally Timm and Ruth Hornick. *

FH.185.Tim Vol.-3
(Timm)
67 pages
By Sally Timm and Ruth Hornick. *

U
FH.087.Ubl
(Ubl and Sperl)
Joseph and Marie (Sperl) Ubl
42 pages
Compiled and donated by Alice (Sperl) Manderfeld.

FH.221.Ubl
(Ubl)
Andrew and Margaret Ubl Family
Donated by Pauline Raith
20 pages

FH.187.Uts
(Utschig)
Adolph Utschig Families
200 pages, with DVD
Donated by Mary Utschig Read.*

V
FH.041.Vei
(Veigel & Fett)
Adolph Utschig Families
Account of the Ancestors and Descendants of Gottlieb Veigel & Zelpha Fett
154 pages, hard cover
Compiled by and then donated by Joyce and Charles Giauque.

FH.179.Voc
(Vocelka)
John Vocelka Family
38 pages
From Delores Holladay
Donated by Ruth Hornick *

FH.068.Vog
(Vogel)
Frank Vogel, Genealogy, Ancestors and Descendants
2001, 83 pages
By Gene and Marge Vogel.

FH.078.Vog
(Vogel)
Newspaper clippings about the Vogel family.
Information from Bob Paulson.

W
FH.065.Wai
(Waibel)
Alexander Waibel and Descendants
11 pages
Compiled by Ruth Hornick.

FH.180.Web
(Weber)
George Carl Weber Family
33 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.205.Wel
(Welcherherding & Ludwig)
Welcherherding & Ludwig Family Histories
32 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.181.Wer
(Werner)
Christopher & Michael Werner Families
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick.

FH.218.Wie
(Wiener-1-2-3- Warta)
Two families combined in this book.
60 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

FH.040.Wie
(Wiesner)
Wiesner Genealogy as of October 1997
By Lois Wiesner Clementi, Sussex, WI.

FH.042.1.Wil
(Wilfahrt)
Some Wilfahrt Tales, Charles & Anna Wilfahrt Family
By Jeff Wilfahrt
FH.042.2.Wil
(Wilfart)
Some Wilfahrt Tales, Charles & Anna Wilfahrt Family
By Jeff Wilfahrt
duplicate

FH.079.Wil
(Wiltscheck)
Johann and Anna (Wiesner) Wiltscheck and their family line
About 48 pages
By Adeline Wiltscheck, Sister Gertrude Hoffmann and Eleanor Fischer.

FH.100.Wil
(Wiltscheck)
History of Johan Wiltscheck and Anna (Wiesner) Wiltscheck
About 70 pages
Donated by Mary Forst.

FH.043.Wim
(Wimmer)
The Wimmer Family Heritage
288 pages
By Irene Wimmer.

FH.044.Win
(Windschitl)
The Frank and Anna Windschitl Family Ancestry
236 pages
By Leonora Windschitl and Shirley Raye Windschitl.

FH.060.Win
(Windschitl)
Ancestors of James Windschitl and Allied Families
88 pages
By Patricia M. Windschitl.

FH.063.Win
(Windschitl)
John Windschitl, Gertrude Mathiowetz
2001, 19 pages
By Pat Schieffert

FH.045.Wol
(Wolf)
The Wolf Family in Bohemia, Austria
85 pages
Compiled and by donated by John Kraniak III.

FH.077.Wor
(Woratschka)
Johan and Joseph Woratschka
22 pages
By Joseph Woratschka.

Y
FH.178.You
(Youngman)
John Youngman
13 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

Z
FH.046.Zup
(Zupfer)
Joseph Zupfer
3 pages
By John Schmoke, Morrison County Historical Society

FH.084.Hon
(Zwach)
Honoring Our Legacy The Joseph and Barbara (Hammerschmidt) Zwach Family
Researched, compiled and donated by Donald J. Zwach.

FH.048.Zwa
(Zwach)
Zwach Family History
1997, Video
Compiled and donated by Don Zwach.

FH.047.Zwa
(Zwaschka)
The Andrew Zwaschka Family 1833-1983
68 pages
By Mrs. William Groebner.
Donated by Ruth Hornick.

FH.205.Zwa
(Zwaschka)
Zwascchka Family
70 pages
By Mrs. William Groebner.
Donated by Ruth Hornick.*

FH.109.Zwa
(Zwaschka)
The Zwaschka Family Tree
222 pages
By Richard D. Zwaschka.

Local Histories

LH.087.Ale
Alexander Harkins Store
24 pages
History of the store with pictures.*

LH.086.Arm
Arminiius, Herman Monument
Telling about the great Herman
39 pages*

LH.040.Atl
Atlas of 1953 of Brown County
30 pages
Donated by Angie Portner *

LH.009.Bap
Baptismal Records from SS Peter and Paul’s Parish, Mankato, MN 1856-1868
The records kept by Father Valentin Sommereisen have been copied and placed in a hard bound book. This book also includes some Confirmation Records, Marriage Records and Burial Records. The records are in English and they are handwritten.

LH.010.Bap
Baptismal Records from SS Peter and Paul’s Parish, Mankato, MN 1868-1878
These records have been copied and placed in a hard bound book. This book also includes some Marriage Records and some Burial Records. The records are in English and they are handwritten.

LH.006.Bel
Bells Across the Prairie, 125 Years of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, New Ulm, Minnesota
1995, 71 pages.
Text in English with lot of pictures.

LH.074.Boh
Villages in Bohemia, House numbers, 1939-1946
9 pages
By Paul Kretsch*
LH.094.Bro
Brown County Minnesota, 150 years of Brown County, 1856-2006
152 pages
Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch *

LH.027.Bro
Brown County Naturalization Records Index AA-LA 1856-1945
Prepared by Conrad Peterzen and the Range Genealogical Society
2001, 215 pages, text in English

LH.028.Bro
Brown County Naturalization Records Index LA-Z 1856-1945
Prepared by Conrad Peterzen and the Range Genealogical Society
2001, 212 pages, text in English

LH.024.Bro
Brown County (New Ulm) Minnesota Pioneers and Their Families
Excerpted from: “History of Brown County, Minnesota, Its People, Industries and Institutions.”
568 pages, text in English, some pictures.
Written by L. A. Fritsche, 1916.
Edited with a new introduction by Don Heirich Tolzmann, 2002.

LH.054.Bro
A Pictorial History of Brown County
By Bruce Fenske
128 pages
Donated by Ruth Hornick*

LH.089.Cam
Camera and Sketchbook
132 pages
This is about the Sioux Uprising, 1862*

LH.016.Cat
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (2000)
71 pages of pictures, 43 pages of names
Parish book of Holy Trinity Cathedral, New Ulm, MN

LH.004.Cen
Census Records 1860-1870 Brown County

LH.005.Cen
Census Records 1880-1890 Brown County

LH.025.Cen
A Century Of Memories-LeCenter, 1890-1990 (Centennial), LeCenter, MN
By Miles Bowler & Jim and Patricia Simonett and by Centennial Committee
481 pages, text in English, lots of pictures.

LH.019.Chu
The Church of the Japanese Martyrs – From it Origin to its Centennial (1867-1967)
68 pages in English with pictures.
Reprinted and donated by Ruth Hornick

LH.060.Cle
Clear Lake School Dist. 6/179in 1864-1971, the Good Years.
By Gary Wiltscheck
47 pages
Pictures from Angie Portner
Donated by A. Portner*

LH.003.1.Com
Comfrey, Minnesota 1899 – Volume One – Our Town
1982, 245 pages, text in English, pictures
Early history.

LH.003.2.Com
Comfrey, MN – One Hundred Years of Pride – Volume Two – Our Town
2000, 256 pages, text in English, pictures
Story of rebuilding after the tornado.

LH.048.Com
St. Paul’s Catholic Church, Comfrey, MN
Newspaper clippings and pictures.
Donated by Ruth Hornick*

LH.049. Com
Church of St. Paul’s, Comfrey, MN, 100th  Anniversary
Lots of pictures.
Donated by R. Hornick

LH.050.Com
Comfrey Vets and Cemetery Information, Birth, Death, and Service Branch
Donated by R. Hornick *

LH.044.Con
The Chemnitzer Concertina, 1834-2004
History of concertinas.
By LaVern Rippley
294 pages
Donated by the author*

LH.065.Con
The Population of Fort Ridgely During The Siege of 1862
By Carrie Zeman
32 pages.
Purchased by GBHS.*

LH.051.Cou
Brown, Cottonwood, & Watonwann Counties, 1886-1905
Townships, surnames, and landowners.
Donated by Ruth Hornick *

LH.057.Cou
Brown 1886, Redwood and Nicollet Plat  Maps
200 pages.
Donated by R. Hornick*

LH.055.Ess.No 2
Essig, Minnesota, Isn’t Made of Vinegar
By Alvin Rolloff
249 pages

LH.072.Exp
When World War II Was Over
As told by Kael Hausner.
Expulsion from Bohemia after the war.
16 pages.
Donated by Angie Portner*

LH. 076.Emm
The Combined Efforts of Immigrants Ships and a List of Hessian Waldeck Prisoners of War, Ship Lists
Donated by John Fritsche, & Angie Portner*

LH.026.Fai
Fairfax Centennial 1882-1982 July 9-10-11
252 pages, text in English, lots of pictures
Donated by Joleen Keckstein

L.H.096 Far
Farm & Home Plat & Directory, since 1981 (1996)
By Farm and Home Publishers
72 pages
Township maps & phone directory.

LH.092 Foo
Footprints of the Five Generations
6 pages
From Martha Ortiz*

LH.095 Ger
German-Bohemians of Brown County & Nicollet County
200 pages
From Bob Paulson*

LH.063.Ger
German-Bohemians
5 pages
Compiled and donated by Don Brand*

LH.066.Ger
German-Bohemian Heitage Society Timecapsule Scrapbook, 2005
By Molly Schweinfurter
50 pages, pictures, a great book. *

LH.067.Ger
German-Bohemian Family Data Base (early)
Compiled by Bob Paulson.
51 pages*
Donated by Ruth Hornick.

LH.036.Ger
German Immigration to the Minnesota River Valley Frontier 1852-1865(2000)
By Bryce O. Stenzel
119 pages, text in English, with some pictures

LH.023.Ger
German Pioneer Accounts of the Great Sioux Uprising of 1862
Edited by Don Heinrich Tolzmann in 2002
Donated byb the author.
106 pages, text in English.

LH.080.Ger
Trips to Germany and the Homeland in 1995
Includes a video.*

LH.002.Ger
GERMANIA, U.S.A.
By Noel Iverson
1966, 188 pages, text in English
Social change in New Ulm, MN.
Donated by Louie Lindmeyer.

LH.021.Ges
Geschichte der Dreifaltigkeits – Gemeinde in New Ulm, MN: eine Festgabe zum Goldenen Jubilaum
By Father Alexander Berghold
237 pages, German text, photos
Catholic Church, Priests, German-Americans – History of the Holy Trinity Parish in New Ulm, MN for their Golden Jubilee.

LH.041.Hei
Heimat in Bohmen, Semeschitz-Kreis Bischhofteinitz
By Dr. P. Karl Stich,
845 pages, text in German, many photos.
Donated by Harold & Agnes Zwaschka*

LH.088.Her
Herman the Legend to Symbol
Pictures*

LH.017.His
A History of St. Mary’s Parish, New Ulm, MN
1996, 118 pages in English, pictures
Marking the 75th anniversary of the appointment of the first pastor.

LH.007.His
The History of Lafayette 1900-2000
By Centennial Committee
2000, 470 pages, text in English, some pictures

LH.008.His
The History Of Ss. Peter And Paul Parish Mankato, MN 1854-1899
By Wilhelm von Festenberg
139 pages, text translated from German to English, pictures

LH.022.His
History of the Minnesota Valley – Including the Explorers and Pioneers of Minnesota
By Rev. Edward D. Neill
176 pages
Included in this book is the History of the Sioux Massacre by Charles S. Bryant, which is 1000 pages. Text in English, no illustrations or pictures.  Chronology pages 257-262.

LH.014.Hol
Holy Trinity Church of New Ulm, Minnesota (A Record of 75 Years) 1868-1944
250 pages, text in English, with pictures

LH.052.Hol
Holy Trinity Church, New Ulm, MN, 1869-1944
260 pages
Donated by A. Portner*

LH.069.Hol
Holy Trinity Early Cemetery Records
Donated by Bob Paulson. 21 pages.*

LH.059.Hol
Early years records of Holy Trinity Cemetery
Published on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee on October 8, 1944.
Compiled and donated by Bob Paulson*
68 pages

LH.038.Hol
A German Town, A History of New Ulm
By Daniel Hoisington
216 pages, with illustrations

LH.001.Jou
Journey 1872-2000
2000, 345 pages, text in English, pictures
Donated by Sleepy Eye Depot Museum

LH.080. Kre
Parish Books from Kreis Bischofteinitz in the Pilsen Archives
By Alfred Piwonka
38 pages
Donated by Bob. Paulson

LH.039.Lea
Leavenworth, MN. 1857
Early history and family names
By Pat Schieffert
97 Pages

LH.020.Man
Mankato – Its First Fifty Years 1852-1902
By the Centennial Committee
345 pages, text in English, with pictures.

LH.031.Man
Mankato Memories
Published by the Mankato Free Press
Historic Photo Album-1852-Today
2001, 128 pages

LH.037.Man
Mankato Milestones 1852-2002
By Bryce O. Stenzel
122 pages, text in English, a lot of pictures

LH.093.Mar
Marking Time, An Illustrated guide to Brown County sites of Historical Interest
By CJ Carmichael Brown*
127 pages, many photos

LH.090.Mem
Memorials of the Sioux Indian Outbreak 1862
24 pages, many photos,
Donated by Dolores Kloeckl Dietz*

LH.013.Min
A Minnesota Shepherd
A Life of Bishop Alphonse J. Schladweiler
By Richard M. Hogen
1979, 88 pages, text in English, with some pictures
Donated by Holy Trinity Church

LH.091.Mus
Musikanten Spuits
2000, 91 pages, text in German, pictures of musical instruments*

LH.043.New
New Ulm, Minnesota
Translated and edited by Don Heinrich Tolzman
A history of New Ulm
370 pages
Donated by Don. Heinrich Tolzmann *

LH.081.New
New Ulm’s Catholic Cemetery Records
From Elroy Ubl and Bob Paulson*

LH.082.New
New Ulm’s Cemetery
Surnames of lots.
About 50 pages.
From A. Portner*

LH.083.New
New Ulm’s Catholic Cemetery 1884-1920
Handwritten, about 100 pages, A.P.*

LH.084.St.J
Centennial of St. Joseph Society, 1875-1975
23 pages
From George Portner*

LH.053.New
A Chronology of New Ulm, MN. 1853-1899
Compiled by Elroy Ubl from another book on New Ulm.
150 pages
From Ruth Hornick *

LH.058.Ubl
New Ulm Area Defenders of Aug. 1862, Dakota Indians and Pioneer Settlers
By Elroy Ubl
55 pages
Donated by author*

LH.071. New
A Souvenir book of New Ulm, MN
2003, pictures
Donated  by Angie Portner *

LH.029.Nic
Nicollet County Naturalization Records Index 1867-1956
Prepared by Conrad Peterzen and the Range Genealogical Society 1998.
241 pages, text in English

LH.085.Nic
Nicollet County Plat Book
About 30 pages*

LH.077.Nic
Do You Remember? A history of St. Peter area
1995 (reprint), 38 pages.

LH.018.Peo
The People of Springfield
By The Springfield History Book Committee
2000, 235 pages, English text, pictures

LH.011.Pic
Pick Out the Biggest
By Frank Morris
1943, 132 pages, text in English, a few pictures
This book has been included in our library because one of New Ulm’s finest, Lester F. Domeier, served on the U.S.S. Boise.

LH.033.Reu
The Reunion
By Tom Fischer
2001, 308 pages, text in English with some German words used occasionally
A fictional writing about the life of George Fischer, who came to the U.S. from a village in Bohemia called Trohatin.

LH.046.Sle
Sleepy Eye, MN
Newspaper clippings, map, early history
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. 29 pages *

LH.056.Sle
A history of Sleepy Eye, MN
By Elizabeth Scobie
136 pages
From A. Portner*

LH.062.St-G
St. George Catholic Cemetery, West Newton, Township, Nicollet County, Cemetery records
17 pages
From Joe & Mary Forst*

LH.047.St.M
Church of St. Marys, Sleepy Eye, MN.  1876 to 1976, Centennial
21 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick. *

LH.068.St-M
St. Mary’s Cemetery lots
1965, 39 pages
Donated by Jane Tarjenson*

LH.035.Sai
St. Joseph Catholic Society, New Ulm, MN 1904
Compiled and donated by Angie Portner (2002)

LH. 045.St J
St. Joseph Catholic Church, New Ulm, MN and Golden Gate history 1864-1876
21 pages
Compiled and donated by Ruth Hornick.

LH.073.StJ
Diamond Jubilee of St. Joseph Society, 1875-1950
38 pages
From A. Portner*

LH.078.StJ
St. Joseph’s Cemetery,Cottonwood Township
From Brown County Historical Society
Copied by Angie Portner.*

LH.015.Stm
St. Mary Help of Christians (125th Anniversary 1876-2001) Sleepy Eye, MN
136 pages in English, pictures

LH.034.Sai
St. Raphaels Parish, Springfield, MN 1874 – 1974
Text in English, lot of pictures.
Donated by Ruth Hornick

LH.064.She
Sheaphead Card Game
By Anna Howie
7 pages
Donated by Angie Portner*

LH.032.Sol
Soldier, Settler and Sioux, Fort Ridgely and the Minnesota River Valley 1853-1867
By Paul N. Beck
199 pages, text in English

LH.030.Spr
Springfield, Town on the Minnesota Prairie
Composition by Springfield Advance-Press
1981, 284 pages, text in English and there are photos

LH.062.Spr
St. Raphaels Parish, Springfield, MN 1874-1974
Pictures, 61 pages,
Donated by Ruth Hornick *

LH.071.Sov
The Henderson To Fort Ridgely Trail
By Ahle Reddemann
103 pages
Bought by GBHS.

LH. 042.The
The Matter Lies Deeper
By Elroy Ubl
History of New Ulm, pioneers, cemetery & burial locations
Pictures, 981 pages
From Angie Portner *

LH.075.Vil
Family Names and Villages in Bohemia
About 15 pages
From Bob Paulson*

LH.012.Whe
Where Away
By John J. Floherty Jr. (1944)
249 pages, text in English, some illustrations
This book is in our library because one of New Ulm’s sons Clarence (Bull) Aschenbrenner served on the U.S.S. Marblehead and is mentioned in this  book.

DVDs, Videos, Cassettes, CDs

GB.Vid.No.1 Brothers in the Storm
By R. James Paulding

GB.Vid.No.2 Unser Schönes Heimatland

GB.Vid.No.3 Music and Lore of the Bagpipe

GB.Vid.No.4 Paul Kretsch and Robert Frotschl

GB.Vid.No.5 German Bohemian Dance April 17, 1997

GB.Vid.No.6 Paul Kretsch giving dialect speech. April 2004

GB.Vid.No.7 Memories of Aloisia K. Klostermann

GB.Vid.No.8 Boehmerwald
By Edeltraud and Adolf Klostermann

GB.Vid.No.9 Poetic Harmony
By Dennis Brown

GB.Vid.No.10 The Best of Erwin Suess and family
By Erwin Suess

GB.Vid.No.11 The Best of Erwin Suess
By Erwin Suess

GB.Vid.No.12 German-Bohemian Heritage Singers

GB.Vid.No.13 Preserving the Heritage
By German-Bohemian Heritage Singers

GB.Vid.No.14 Arnie Koelpin November 2006 30 Years War

GB.Vid.No.15 Affonso Treml (Xerife) e Banda Treml

GB.Vid.No.16 Opa’s Klange Blasmousik

GB.Vid.No.17 Relembrando O Passado Com a

GB.Vid.No.18 Banda Treml

GB.Vid.No.19 GBHS Singers April 2004

GB.Vid.No.20 GBHS Singers December 1993

GB.Vid.No.21 GBHS Dance April 2004

GB.Vid.No.22 Bohemia Tour 1991 and Mass in St. Paul 1992

GB.Vid.No.23 Bohemia Tour 1993

GB.Vid.No.24 Unser Schöne Heimat 1996

GB.Vid.No.25 Hammerschmidt, Schilligkau, Trohatin and Berg History 1999

GB.Vid.No.26 GBHS Tour 2001

GB.Vid.No.27 Travels in the Homeland and Annual Spring Meeting 2002

GB.Vid.No.28 Sudetendeutsche in Bohemia

GB.Vid.No.29 Bob’s Video 2002

GB.Vid.No.30 Dr. James Henderson October 23, 1999

GB.Vid.No.31 The German-Bohemian Immigrant Experience

GB.Vid.No.32 Taking Down Hermann in New Ulm

GB.Vid.No.33 Mozaika Plzne

GB.Vid.No.34 GBHS 15th Anniversary Paul Kretsch and Robert Frötschel

GB.Vid.No.35 Parade of Lights November 28, 2002

GB.Vid.No.36 GBHS Picnic 1992 and 1993

GB.Vid.No.37 GBHS Picnic 2002 & 2004

GB.Vid.No.38 Bandwagon Show April 6, 2002

GB.Vid.No.39 Speakers at GBHS Meeting 1992, 1994, 1997

GB.Vid.No.40 Germans from Russia

GB.Vid.No.41 Ancestral Research Video #1

GB.Vid.No.42 Ancestral Research Video #2

GB.Vid.No.43 Sudeten Germans and Czechs—A Challenge to Europe
(A booklet accompanies video)

GB.Vid.No.44 Chodovanka-Folklore Aus West Bohmen

GB.Vid.No.45 So Singts und Klingts daham in Egerland, Bohmerwald,Erzgebirze und In der Oberpflaz

GB.Vid.No.46 Ancestors Parts 1-V 5 Programs on Getting Started

GB.Vid.No.47 Ancestors Parts V1-X 5 Programs on Leaving a Legacy