Journal, Vol. 22, No. 4 – Winter 1999

Cover: Unsere Leute, three generations of German-Russian women in South America embodies the main themes in this issue. (Photo courtesy if the AHSGR Photograph Collection, Iris B. Graefe Collection.)

This Journal contains the keynote speech Experiences in Lauwe, Russia, given at the convention in Casper, WY by the Governor of Wyoming, James Geringer, whose father was born in Lauwe, Russia.
Stories about Unsere Leute, The Germans from Russia: Prize winning entries from the 1999 Storytelling Contest, Rosalinda and Timothy J. Kloberdanz, Contest coordinators
Justice and Anna’s Quilts by Judy Frothinger
Grandma’s Story by Kathy Johnston
The Ghost of Owrucz by Richard Benert and Carol Leferovich
Children, We Are in Debt by Mary Koch
Yes and Back Again by Jene C. Friedmann
Wood You Like to Come to Dinner? by John A. Groh
Stierum by Shirley Meier
Have You Heard any German Lately? by Anne Pietz
The Americanization of Katy by Gerald F. Schmidt
Papa Comes to America by Hildegard Wasnick
New additions to the AHSGR Library by Jan Roth-Schoonover

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