• Tags: Wiebelskirchen, Germany
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Jakob Naumann confirmation certificate.
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The document is a church attest from Jacob Naumann's pastor in Wiebelskirchen, certifying Naumann as a member in good standing of the local Lutheran congregation and asking all Lutheran pastors in the U.S. to receive him into their congregations. Theā€¦
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Jacob Naumann's account book from the mid-nineteenth century, showing Naumann's transition from German to English as a language of both public business and personal memory.
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Selections from Civil War diary kept by the thirty-year-old Jacob Naumann, a German-born Union soldier. Includes hand-drawn sketches of individual skirmishes and individual entries.
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Keyes writes family from Freiburg. He talks about attempts to trace Sadie's father's German roots. To that end, they meet family members and visit Wiebelskirchen.
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Broad-scale image of ancestral Nauman family home of Wiebelskirchen taken in years before First World War.
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An image of the Naumann ancestral home in Wiebelskirchen, Germany, as seen in 1912 during Sarah (Nauman) Keyes trip to Germany with her academic husband and daughter.
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