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P.O. Box 81

Ellis, KS 67637   USA

 

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Bukovina Map – published by G. Freytag; full color 12” x 16” suitable for framing. Orthographic spellings of place names as used in the Austrian period. $5.00
s/h $1.25

 

 

Bukovina Map – published by G. Freytag; full color 12” x 16” suitable for framing. Orthographic spellings of place names as used in the Austrian period.

Shipping weight: 2 oz.  First Class Mail

$15.00
s/h  $3.50

 

 

 

Bornemann, Irma and Tiefenthaler, Paula, Bukowina
Published 1986 by the Landsmannschaft der Buchenlanddeutschen, Munich, Germany
Subtitled: Landscapes - Buildings - Monuments, the book includes 70 color and 38 black and white photographs from Bukovina. Preface and captions in German, English, and French.
(224 pp, Hardcover) Shipping weight: 3 lbs. Media Mail.
R$ 40,00

 

US$27.00
s/h  $3.50


 

 

“OS BUCOVINOS DO BRASIL ... E A HISTÓRIA DE RIO NEGRO” Autor: Ayrton Gonçalves Celestino, Curitiba – Paraná - Brasil. E-mail ayrgcelestino@ig.com.br Fone: 041 276-2318. 662 páginas. Mais de 600 fotos e ilustrações. O livro narra a epopéia de 77 famílias originárias da Bucovina (Poiana Micului, Bori, Schwarzthal e outras vilas), que emigraram em 1887 / 1888 para o Sul do Brasil (Rio Negro – Paraná e Mafra – Sta. Catarina). Conta também a história da cidade de Rio Negro, dando ênfase aos fatos relacionados com os descendentes de bucovinos, além de fazer um pormenorizado relato das principais famílias emigradas, fartamente ilustrado com fotos. Preço no Brasil: R$ 40,00 mais o porte postal.

“THE BUKOVINIANS OF BRASIL ... AND THE HISTORY OF RIO NEGRO” – By Ayrton Gonçalves Celestino, Curitiba  - Paraná – Brasil. E-mail ayrgcelestino@ig.com.br Phone: 041 276-2318. 662 pages. The year 2002 witnessed the publication of a 662-page monograph by Ayrton Gonçalves Celestino entitled Os Bucovinos do Brasil . . . e a História de Rio Negro (The Bukovinians of Brazil . . . and the History of Rio Negro). With more than 600 photographs and illustrations the book details the saga of seventy-seven families from Bukovinian villages including Poiana Micului, Bori and Schwarzthal who in 1887-88 immigrated to southern Brazil and settled in Rio Negro (State of Paraná) and Mafra (State of Santa Catarina). In addition to a detailed discussion of past and present activities of the descendants of select Bukovinian families, the reader will also find a history of Rio Negro. The book may be obtained directly from the author by contacting him at his home address at Rua Waldemar Kost, 1505 – Bairro Hauer, Curitiba – Paraná CEP 81630- 180, Brazil, through e-mail: ayrgcelestino@ig.com.br or by phone at (41) 276 2318. Price in Brazil: R$ 40,00 plus postage. Readers in the United States and Canada may obtain the book through the Bukovina Society of the Americas, P. O. Box  81, Ellis, KS 67637, USA for $27 (US funds), which includes postage. Shipping weight: 3 lbs. Media Mail

$3.00
s/h 2.75

 

 

Hilgarth, Anne Marie, Anika  - Published 2000 by the Bukovina Society of the Americas, Ellis, Kansas. (31 pp).   A biographical account of a teenaged girl  who in late 1944 makes her way  through the war front from Vatra Dornei in southern Bukovina to join her aunt in Austria. Shipping weight: 1 lb. Media Mail


$46.00
s/h  incl.
US & Canada only

 

 

Welisch, Sophie A., Becker, Maria, & Jensen, Larry, The Bori Story: Genealogies of the German-Bohemian Families Who in 1835 Founded Bori in Bukovina (Now in Romania) with History of the Village and Its People. Published in Congers, NY: The Meerow Press, 1996. Aside from the genealogies of the twenty-three founding families of Bori (including Brandl, Gerhardt, Günthner, Haas, Hartinger, Hellinger, Hilgarth, Hoffman, Hollaczek, Joachimsthaler, Klostermann, Koller, Kraus, Lang, Meidl, Pilsner, Reichhardt, Rippel, Schafaczek, Schaffhauser, Seidl, Stauber and Wellisch), this book of over 390 pages contains three article, five maps, five charts and numerous photographs. While the text is in English, a German-language insert for table of contents, introduction, foreword and the three articles is included upon request.
For more information, see the article in the February 1997 issue of The Bukovina Society of the Americas NEWSLETTER Shipping weight: 3.5 lbs. Media Mail

Please email us us for Shipping & Handling Costs to Destinations outside of North America.
$7.25
s/h 2.75

 
Welisch, Sophie A., The Germans of Bukovina (1775-1940): An Historic Overview  33 pp. Traces the settlement of the Germans in Bukovina, their cultural life, educational institutions, political developments in the interwar period, and their transfer to Germany in 1940; numerous maps,  tables,  illustrations and  charts.
Shipping weight: 1 lb. Media Mail
$5.00
s/h $1.75

 
Irma Bornemann, translated by Welisch, Sophie A., The Bukovina Germans
First published in Germany under the title Die Buchenlanddeutschen, vol. 13 of Kulturelle Arbeitshelfte, ed. by Barbara Konitz (Bonn: Bund der Vertriebenen, 1986). English translation by Dr. Sophie A. Welisch © 1990 by the Bukovina Society of the Americas, Ellis, Kansas. (21 pp, Paperback) Shipping weight: 4 oz. First Class Mail.
$60.00
s/h  incl.

 
Dressler, Johann Christian, translation by Ellingson, Irmgard Hein,transl. Illischestie: A Rural Parish in Bukovina: Primary Source Material for Family History. Translated and edited from unpublished manuscript in German by Johann Christian Dressler (Kaiserslautern, 1944 and 1950).  Second English printing 2000 by Irmgard Hein Ellingson (516 pp., soft cover) $60.00 which includes priority mail postage and handling in the U.S. (US dollars only). Please contact us for postal rates outside the U.S.
 Shipping weight: 4.5 lbs. Media Mail.
$10.00
s/h incl.

 
Ellingson, Irmgard Hein, The Bukovina Germans in Kansas: A 200 Year History of the Lutheran Swabians. First published as No. 6 in the Ethnic Heritage Studies (Hays KS: Fort Hays State University, 1987). Second printing 1993 by Irmgard Hein Ellingson. (107 pp, Paperback) ----- $10.00 which includes priority mail postage and handling (US dollars only). Please contact her for postal rates outside the U.S.
 Shipping weight: 1/2 lbs. Media Mail.

 

Paperback

$14.99
s/h $2.75

 

 

Janet M. Gagnon, Mud Poppers and Leaf Whistles: Journey of a Young Austrian Immigrant.  Realizing the dearth of age-appropriate fiction for 8-12 year-olds, Janet has chronicled the journey of Johann, a twelve-year old youth, beginning with his departure from his Austrian homeland, his harrowing trans-Atlantic voyage, and his eventual settlement in Ellis. To be sure, his trials and tribulations did not end with the family’s acquisition of a homestead in Kansas.  Once firmly established, they nonetheless continued to face the hardships of taming the harsh western Kansas frontier. Johann’s adventures and adaptations to a new environment, undoubtedly reflecting the experiences of many immigrant adolescents before World War I, offer the reader an interesting historic insight into a bygone era. Born on a farm in Kansas, the author pursued higher education at the George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Research into her ancestral roots include a trip to Romania and Ukraine sponsored by the Bukovina Society in 1996Her 65 page book including numerous illustrations, may be ordered through the Bukovina Society in either a paperback ($14.99) or a hardcover edition ($24.99 + 3.25 S/H).

$15.00
s/h $3.25

 
Keel, William and Rein, Kurt, Editors - German Emigration from Bukovina to the Americas,
Copyright © 1996 by the Max Kade Center for German-American Studies, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. This is a new and most definitive work on the German emigration from Bukovina to the New World. (300 pp, Paperback). For more information, see the article in the December 1996 issue of The Bukovina Society of the Americas NEWSLETTER. Shipping weight: 1.5 lbs. Media Mail.
$25.00
s/h  3.25
 
 
Lang, Al, Bukowina Families 200 Years (Catholic German Bohemian  Families) Published 1993 by Almar Associates, Ellis, Kansas.
Family group charts for many of the Catholic Bohemian families that emigrated to Bukovina between the years 1799 and 1842, and later to the United States, Germany, and Brazil with reference to emigrees to Canada. The primary emphasis is on families from Pojana Mikuli.
(249 pp, Paperback, cerlox binding) Shipping weight: 2 lbs.  Media Mail.
  $6.50
s/h $2.75

 
Reitmajer, Valentin,  German-Bohemian Cookery in 19th Century Bukovina translated from the German by Welisch, Sophie A. 63 recipes. (2003)

Look here for sample recipes. Shipping weight: 1 lb. Media Mail.

$22.00
s/h  $2.75

 

Stephani, Claus. The Maiden of the Forest: Legends, Tales and Local History of Bukovina. Trans. from the German by Sophie A. Welisch. 51 pp., 1 photo, 7 illus., 1 table.  Includes 106 tales of popular folklore and historic glimpses into the lives and traditions of Bukovina's multiethnic population gleaned  through interviews, questionnaires and field work. Some of the villages mentioned include: Althuette, Bori,  Fuerstenthal, Gurahumora, Karlsberg, Lichtenberg,  Pojana Mikuli, Radautz, Schwarzthal, Solka.  Also includes many Bukovina family names that appear in the Bukovina Society Genealogy Database. 

Shipping weight: 1 lb. Media Mail.

$10.00
s/h  $2.75

 
Welisch, Sophie A., Bukovina Villages/Towns/Cities and Their Germans.  Published 1990 by the Bukovina Society of the Americas, Ellis, Kansas. (79 pp).  Introduces the reader to 22 localities in Bukovina where Germans settled with emphasis on their economic activities, mainly in lumbering, farming and mining  as well as to their social and cultural life; contains 6 maps, 3 tables, numerous photographs. Shipping weight: 1 lb. Media Mail.
$5.00
s/h $2.75

 

 

The First Meeting of the Bukovina Society of the Americas
Speeches and papers from the founding meeting, July 19-22, 1989.  (53 pp, Paperback) Includes the speeches given at the convention as well as copies of newspaper articles and photographs relating to the event.
Shipping weight: 1/2 lb. Media Mail.

Out of print, avaiable on microfilm at FHC

Windholz, Oren, Bohemian Germans in Kansas: A Catholic Community from Bukovina. Hays, KS, n.p., 1993. (50 pp, Paperback). Describes  the experiences of Bukovinian immigrants from the south Bukovinian villages of Fürstenthal, Karlsberg, Schwarzthal, Gurahumora and others from the time of their  settlement in Kansas in the late 1880s through the 1920s; numerous photographs reflecting the life and times of this group.

Out of print, avaiable on microfilm at FHC

Windholz, Oren, The Erberts, A German Catholic Family from Bukovina, through Bukovina, to America

 Published by the author, 1991. (55 pp, Paperback)

$5.00
s/h $8.00

 
Glass Mug with four-color imprint of the Bukovina coat of arms Shipping weight: 2.5 lbs. Parcel Post.
$3.00
s/h $1.75

 
Lapel/Hat Pin with four-color imprint of the Bukovina coat of arms Shipping weight: 3 oz. First Class Mail.
picture will be added soon $10.00
s/h $5.25
 
T-shirt with four-color imprint of the Bukovina coat of arms Shipping weight: 1 lb.

Please specify size(s) in Comments area at check-out

picture will be added soon $18.00
s/h $7.00

 
Polo Shirt with four-color imprint of the Bukovina coat of arms Shipping weight: 2 lbs.

Please specify size(s) in Comments area at check-out

$10.00
s/h $5.25
 

 

Golf/Baseball Cap, with four-color imprint of the Bukovina coat of arms Shipping weight: 1 lbs.
  $15.00
s/h $3.25
 

 

St. John's Lutheran Church (Ellis KS) Records 1895-1986
Oneita Jean Bollig, Extracted parish records from Ellis, Kansas. Each book includes the Register of Baptisms, Register of Confirmations, Register of Marriages, and Register of Funerals for the cited years. (144 pp, Paperback) Shipping weight: 2 lbs.
  $10.00
s/h $3.25

 

Christ Lutheran Church (Ellis KS) Records 1907-1947
Oneita Jean Bollig, Extracted parish records from Ellis, Kansas. Each book includes the Register of Baptisms, Register of Confirmations, Register of Marriages, and Register of Funerals for the cited years.(114 pp, Paperback) Shipping weight: 2 lbs.
 
  $10.00
s/h $3.25


 
Christ Lutheran Church (Ellis KS) Records 1948-1989
Oneita Jean Bollig, Extracted parish records from Ellis, Kansas. Each book includes the Register of Baptisms, Register of Confirmations, Register of Marriages, and Register of Funerals for the cited years.  (85 pp, Paperback) Shipping weight: 2 lbs.
  $15.00
s/h $3.25


 
Martin Genealogy

Shipping weight: 2 lbs.

  $10.00
s/h $3.25

 

Schoenthaler Genealogy

Shipping weight: 2 lbs.

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