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R-A12139
Item Date
ca 1910


The Jacob Lowenberger family.


Only a small percentage of German speaking immigrants came directly from Germany. The vast majority came from Russia and other Eastern European countries.

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R-A12139
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photograph
Keywords:
Germans


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Image Preview R-B8823 Photograph 1 - Vaclav Vrabetz and her husband Josef in front of their house in the Kolin district near Esterhazy.
Image Preview R-266 No. 1644 PDF Document 2 - A letter from Germany.
Image Preview R-A12674 Photograph 3 - "German immigrants arriving at Halifax on board the ""Necker""."
Image Preview R-A12139 Photograph 4 - The Jacob Lowenberger family.
Image Preview R-A23155 Photograph 5 - The Jacob Sawatzky family.
Image Preview R-B14128 Photograph 6 - A German settler's home near Regina after three years of residence.
Image Preview R-A6204 Photograph 7 - The welcoming committee for Count Esterhazy.
Image Preview R-A6203 Photograph 8 - Hungarians gathering at Esterhazy.
Image Preview R-A20448 Photograph 9 - "A stone house, called 'White Cross' built for the Lemon family."
Image Preview R-B9408 Photograph 10 - Quakers preparing to immigrate to Saskatchewan.
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