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Beitragvon -sd- » 18.08.2011, 12:24

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I see Alan already suggested you check the Minnesota State Census
(available for 1849, 1850, 1853, 1855, 1857, 1865, 1875, 1885, 1895
and 1905).

The Minnesota Historical Society website www.mnhs.org has a free
online index for these records. Ancestry also has the same index and
has the actual images as well. It sounds like you have already done
some research at Minnesota Historical Society (MHS). They are one of
the most amazing resources we have for genealogical records.

I live about 3 miles from MHS and am a frequent visitor. If you want to
contact me off-list (or anyone else with Minnesota research needs),
I would be happy to help in any way I can. As an on-site visitor to their
library, I can generally make copies of census records, death certificates
(also a free online index), obituaries and lots of other records for only
$ 0.35 per page. They also have birth certificates indexed and you can
view them for free at the library. They have some marriage records and
as you already discovered, immigration and naturalization records.

There are also some great Pommern genealogy groups,
including Pommern Regional Group of Minnesota
www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mnprgm/PRG.html
which you may want to consider joining. Folks on this list
may have other Pommern groups they can suggest as well.

Good luck and welcome to the group.

Jen de Fiebre
St. Paul, Minnesota
Mailto: jdefgene(at)gmail.com

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Alan hat vorgeschlagen, daß man die für Minnesota vorhandenen Volkszählungslisten
von 1849, 1850, 1853, 1855, 1857, 1865, 1875, 1885, 1895 und 1905 benutzen sollte.
Die Web-Seite der Historischen Gesellschaft von Minnesota www.mnhs.org stellt diese
Listen kostenlos zur Verfügung, ebenso Ancestry.

Ich wohne keine 5 km von der Forschungsstelle Minnesota entfernt und bin oft dort.
Als eingetragener Benutzer kann ich für Dich und für andere aus Sterbelisten, Geburts-
urkunden, Heiratsverzeichnisse sowie Einwanderungs- und Einbürgerungslisten
preis-
günstig Kopien anfertigen.

Jen de Fiebre

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Die Übersetzung besorgte dankenswerterweise Dieter Sommerfeld, Wolfsburg (DS).

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