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Prairie Pioneer : Writings and Genealogy of John W. Dueck: Writings and Genealogy of John W. Dueck

By The John W. Dueck Book Committee

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Reproduction Date: 21/1/1995

Title: Prairie Pioneer : Writings and Genealogy of John W. Dueck: Writings and Genealogy of John W. Dueck  
Author: The John W. Dueck Book Committee
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Bibliography
Collections: Biographies, Authors Community, Education
Historic
Publication Date:
1995
Publisher: The John W. Dueck Book Committee
Member Page: Ken Askew

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Compiler, K. A. (1995). Prairie Pioneer : Writings and Genealogy of John W. Dueck. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


Description
Writings include: • History and Events, translated and previously published by Delbert Plett in his excellent book by that name. • A translation of a two-page spread from his bookstore ledger of 1890 • A translation of the highlights of diaries from 1898, 1910 -1911, 1912, 1922 – 1924, 1928 • 6. Letters from 1912 to 1933 Genealogy begins just before 1800’s and is current to 1995 for John W. Dueck and related families.

Summary
Writings and Genealogy of John W. Dueck. Family history from Russia, emigration to America and settling in Canada.

Excerpt
I, John W. Dueck, was born on March 12 (Julien calender) 1865, in the village of Gnadenthal, Molotschna, South Russia. This is also where my cradle stood. My father was the school teacher in the aforementioned village for a number of years. I can only remember that later when we were living in Friedensfeld, which was situated on the newly purchased land near Nikopol, we often drove to the Molotschna and also came to the Jakob Duecks who lived in Gnadenthal for as long as they remained in Russia… In the summer of 1874 the first part of the Gemeinde prepared itself for the emigration to America. Among these were also my parents and their children, which then consisted of my brother Peter, a halfbrother by the name of Henry and myself. I was only nine years old at the time and so only little of the journey has remained in my memory…

Table of Contents
Foreword Translator’s Comments German - English Dictionary Acknowledgements The Johan Dueck (1801 - 1866) Family The Jakob Wiebe (1799 - 1856) Family Of Life in Friedensfeld, South Russia Life in Blumenhof, South Russia Non-Resistance and the Military Draft From Nikopol to Winnipeg At the Immigration Houses Gruenfeld, Establishing a Settlement Two letters to publisher John F. Funk 1890 Bookstore Ledger Diary 1898 Diary 1910 Diary 1911 Diary April 14, 1912- December 22 Two Letters written to Friend Peter Toews Letters 1916 - 1922 Diary 1922 Reminiscing on the Past (1884 - 1923) Diary 1924 Letters 1925 - 1927 Diary 1928 Letters 1929 A Poem by Grandpa Dueck Appendix I Obituary of John W. Dueck 1932 Appendix II Dueck Family Gathering 1933 Appendix III Grandmother’s Flashbacks Appendix IV Two Letters by John K. Dueck 1937 Appendix V Obituary of Maria Dueck 1939 Appendix VI John W. Dueck Reunion 1989 Genealogy of John W and Maria Dueck

 
 



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