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Family Log Houses in Wisconsin, owners and locations
Names and places I'm researching:
Attention Genealogists!Have you backed up your computer files?
If the answer is "no" - please do so today. When your computer crashes (and it will eventually), you will lose all your pictures and files. If you have a backup, you can recover those files. Make backups daily. Don't wait until it is too late.
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History of this website:
Ruskauff-Freker website, designed by earlydues in 2002, had a visitor count of 3,263 when the site was discontinued in April 2010. The reason for closing the Ruskauff-Freker website was it was too much work to keep it updated. On March 4, 2006, I began a new site called "Auswanderer - from Bavaria, Bohemia and Bukovina" hosted at Google Pages. In 2008, Google Pages announced it would discontinue their free web page service. The visitor count was 1,382 when I moved my pages to Google Sites in August 2008.
This "Auswanderer - from Bavaria, Bohemia and Bukovina" website, hosted at Google Sites, was created August 11, 2008.
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DVD of emigrants from the Waldmuenchen, Bavaria, Germany, area
Title: Genealogies of families that immigrated to Sauk County, Wisconsin, from Bavaria, Germany. The collected works of Georg Ederer, Otto Horz, and Hansjörg Schneider.
Authors of the DVD: Debra A. Blau and Kenneth L. Kraemer. Year published: 2011
The DVD contains thousands of digitized pages including the following and much more:
To see a Table of Contents for the DVD Booklet, click here.
To see a list of surnames and town names that appear on the DVD, see this index created by Gary Haas: goo.gl/ylF4wZ
For ordering information, go to the Old Franklin Township Historical Society website: http://www.townoffranklinhistoricalsociety.com/id16.html
To get hands-on help with how to use the DVD, please attend a meeting of the Plain History Genealogy Group in Plain, Wisconsin. The files on the DVD are meant to be used on a computer; it is not a DVD that one can play on a television.
More information about the DVD is here: