Bessarabia Germans - 200th Anniversary of Their Establishment: Farmhouse of a Bessarabia German Family
The colony of Neudorf was founded in 1809 by 100 German families.The settlers received a total of 91,424 rubles from the Imperial Crown for subsistence, settlement and seed. By 1848, the village increased to 208 families and to 1,896 individuals by 1914. After the Germans left the village in the late 1800's and early 1900's, the village was renamed Karmanova.
Stamp from Liechtenstein.
Church: (1868) Lutheran Church at Kulm. Kulm (Podgornoye)was founded by families from Central Poland, who had earlier immigrated to Poland from German States. The church was dedicated in 1868 & in 1993 remnant of the church was now used as a storage building and club house.
Map of Alsace Lorraine France-Comté
Home of a wealthy Volga German family
German colonists going to a village near Kamianets-Podilskyi (now the Ukraine).
Moldova Postage Stamps (Commemorative) 2011 № 755 | Railway Tracks and Candles | Issue: 70th Anniversary of the First Wave of Mass, Forced Deportations from Bessarabia
The Balioz Family Mansion. Ivancea, Orhei
Each person who homesteaded in North Dakota received a land patent. Description from history.nd.gov. I searched for this on bing.com/images