Series 01 - Mennonite Village Maps

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CA MHSBC 165-01

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Mennonite Village Maps

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Series consists of the following maps:

1) Alexanderkrone, Molotschna village map, 20cmx33cm. Handdrawn map showing private farms, schools, churches and services before collectivization. Includes some historical data.
2) Barnauler Ansiedlung auf der kulundischen Steppe, Westsibirien, 15x20 cm, showing Mennonite villages and religions.
3) Schoenau Dorfsplan 21x19cm. Handdrawn, showing names of homeowners. (Poor reproduction)
4) Village of Orloff, #6, Sagradowka, 22x28 cm. Handdrawn by Helen Kroeker. Not to scale.
5) Sagradowka (Sagradovka) Colony, 24x16cm. Handdrawn by William Schroeder showing Mennonite and Russian villages.
6) Adelsheim, #3, Dolinkovka, 28x43 cm. Handdrawn. Provided by Art Dyck.
7) Grigorjewka village, 49x17 cm. Handdrawn, showing names of homeowners.
8) Jasekobo area map, 21x27 cm. Handdrawn.
9) Dorf Rosenort, Halbstaedter Volost, Mototschna Settlement, 14x21 cm. circa 1914. Handdrawn village map showing names of homeowners of Rosenort. From "The House of Heinrich" book.
10) Nieder Chortitza, 21x27 cm. Handdrawn, showing names of homeowners, also including some important historical data.
11) Kubaner Doerfer, Alexanderfeld, Wohldemfuerst villages, 21x23 cm. Handdrawn, showing names of some homeowners.
12) Kondratevka-Borisovo Colony, 63x96 cm. Handdrawn map of showing village plan.
13) Neuenburg village maps in 1919 and 1943, 28x43 cm. Maps show names of homeowners. Some historical data is included.
14) Russian Mennonite Farm yard and House, 28x41 cm. Handdrawn sketch of farm yard and house plans.
15) Memrik map, 13x18 cm. in Russian language. Inset includes map of Sagradowka (Sagradovka) area by William Schroeder.
16) Steinfeld, Krivoy Rog Region, 21x27 cm, village map. Historical data included.
17) Osterwick, Chortitza Colony, 1914, 17x27 cm. Village map.
18) Rosenthal in 1915, Chrotitza Colony, 42x27 cm. Village map.
19) Schonhorst, Chortitza Colony, 28x22 cm. Village map with historical data.
20) Bolshoi Tokmak, Molotschna, 19x23 cm. Village map.
21) Kurushan, Molotschna, 20x28 cm. Village map.
22) Prischib, Molotschna, 20x233 cm. Village map.
23) Hierschau, Molotschna, 16x23 cm. Village map.
24) Eichenfeld, Yasykovo Colony, Dubovka #4. 21x28 cm. Village map.
25) Halbstadt, Molotschna, 22x28 cm. Village map.
26) Friedensfeld, Nikopol Region, 23x59 cm. Village map.
27) Steinfeld and area, village plan, and population statistics, 4 plates.
28) Simonsfeld and area, village plan, and population statistics, 1885-1942 and 1855-1900.

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Record created November 06, 2013
Record modified January 26, 2015

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