Dutch Immigrants on the Plains (Dordt College, Sioux Center Iowa, 2005)


Dutch Immigrants on the Plains – Introduction
The return of regionalism: The importance of immigration to the plains for the history of the Dutch in America
Iowa Letters, a review essay
Moccasins and wooden shoes: Indians and Dutchmen on the plains frontier, 1830-1940
In search of a better life on the prairie
Native Lakota and Dutch-American settlers in early South Dakota: Reflections for Touches the Sky
After Lewis and Clark: The westward movement of the Reformed Church in America
From Orange City to Harrison: Dutch settlement in Douglas county, South Dakota
Rev. S. A. Schilstra: An early (American) promotor of Dutch immigration to the Canadian praries, 1902-1905
Clapboard chapels on the prarie: The founding of Dutch and Ostfrisian congregations in central Minnesota (1885-1899)
Coming to terms with being a Sioux county son: the identity struggle of Stanley Wiersma and his medicine of the pen
Charles Zylstra and stamped scrip; How a Dutch immigrant sought a solution to the Great Depression
Religion and social capital bonding and bridging in Dutch-American Calvinist communities: A review and research agend

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