Ste. Elizabeth (Manitoba)



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Abram and Aganetha (Reimer) Friesen family fonds

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  • 1921-1938; 1956-1982

This fonds consists of two sections of letters which Jacob and Sara Braun received from the Friesen family. The first section dated 1921 to 1938 were received from the Friesen family in Ogus Tobe, Crimea, first while living in Tiegenhagen (Ukraine) and then after 1925 while living at Ste. Elizabeth, Manitoba. The second section dated 1956 to 1982 are letters written mainly by Helene Dueck, Renate Dueck, Peter Friesen and Anna Wall in the Soviet Union to Jacob and Sara Braun in Manitoba. The letters are arranged chronologically by year. The letters provide a view of how one immigrant family to Canada remained in contact with the family members left in the home country. They also provide a view of how one family experienced life in the Soviet Union from 1921 to 1982.

Friesen family (Descendants of Abram *1870)

Lichtenau Mennonite Church (Manitoba) fonds

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  • 1932-1990

This fonds consists of congregational bulletins (1976-1978), membership records (1938-1944, 1976-1980), congregational chronicle (1963-1990), Gemeinde and congregational meeting minutes and annual reports (1932-1980), and a general ledger (1931-1954). The records pertain to the founding, development, and dissolution of the Mennonite congregation at Ste. Elizabeth, Manitoba. They document the leaders and participants in this congregation.

Lichtenau Mennonite Church (Ste. Elizabeth, Manitoba)

Peter Koop

This photo shows Peter Koop on top of a wagon, the summer of 1930. This was his first job in Canada, working on the C. Lepp farm at St. Elizabeth, Manitoba.