"The Pomeranian People"


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What was it like for our ancestors to enter the United States when they arrived in New York harbor?

Myron Gruenwald began to write about Pomerania in 1982.

Volume 30 Issue 1 Spring 2007

  • A Day In Castle Garden
  • Herman Schlueter wrote a Gartenarbeitbuch as a Groundskeeper/ Gardener in Ornshagen 1864.
  • In Pommern, Plattdeutsche Verschwindet (Low German Disappears)
  • The Future of Plattdeutsch? / It Rises Again!
  • The Political and Religious Scenes in Natelfitz, Kreis Regenwalde during the 1930's and 1940's.
  • The Guilds - Their Role In The Village Of Labes
  • Need To Strengthen Your Pomeranian Research?
    - Pomeranian Genealogy, Culture and History by the Pomeranian Group of Minnesota and
    - a Summary of the Nine Books About Pomerania Written By Myron Gruenwald

Volume 30 Issue 2 Summer 2007

  • It's Our 25th Anniversary
  • Recollections of My Dad - Gayle Gruenwald O'Connell Remembers Myron Gruenwald.
  • My First Question to Myron was: Pommern - Where is it? What is it?
  • The Influence of the Guilds in Labes, Kreis Regenwalde.
  • The Building and Re-building of the Palace and Churches in Stettin.
  • Myron Gruenwald: A Man to be Remembered.
  • Searching in Germany? Try the Deutsche Telefon Buch.
  • What Were Some of the Notable Pomeranian Contributions to Life in USA.
  • Memories of an 80 Year Old.
  • In Memory of Myron Gruenwald by Merlin Horn.

"Someone once said that every child should know from whence he comes."

Originally published in the March 1872 issue of Harper's New World magazine.

Volume 30 Issue 3 Fall 2007

  • Martin Skubinna Shares Some Reflections on Pomeranian Research
  • Pomeranian Descendants Continue to Preserve Their Heritage through Kreis Organizations, Research and Fellowship.
  • Myron Gruenwald Inspired Many People to Keep the Spirit of Pomerania Alive.
  • New Documents are now in State Slupsk/Stolp Archive.
  • How DPL has Grown in Assisting Pommern Researchers.
  • Pomeranians also used Stettin to Board Ships for New York.
  • Expansion of Business and Culture in Stettin.

Volume 30 Issue 4 Winter 2007

  • Stettin Grows as a Seaport and Industrial Area in the 19th Century.
  • Prominent People Associated with Stettin.
  • The Time of the Thirty Years War.
  • Immigrants Trade in their Currency at Castle Garden.
  • Memories of the Horses and the Bee Hives in Repenow's Gravel Pit.
  • Pomeranian Descendants Continue to Preserve Their Heritage through Kreis Organizations, Research and Fellowship. (cont.)