|There's a diet pop stand at the fair|
run by a gal named Rhoda
Sells teeny little hamburgers
and cups of Minnesota.
|A photo illustration from the White House Cookbook. |
Notice all the 1887 details.
|The People's Newspaper covered a huge area--"West of Milwaukee and north of Davenport"--but that's where thousands of Germans settled.|
|I love this ad. "Railroad and government lands" for sale all|
along the route, a ton of information, reduced rates for settlers
AND Westinghouse air brakes? Life was good!
|I keep seeing the same ox cart photo in articles and books , as tho there's only ONE available.|
So, here's a different Red River ox cart train photo from a book at Internet Archives...
nope, I don't remember which one, but it's beyond copyright...lol
|This is from a book of Catholic priests serving |
German settlers in the United States,
with the translation about our great great uncle, August Rausch.
And THIS is from a charming series of books from 1912-13 that Larry found yesterday...but I'll tell you about em in a separate post ☺.