Maps Related to the Germans from Russia - Sources
Compiled by Homer Rudolf

Sources for the Purchase of Maps

Maps by Karl Stumpp, and various other maps are available for purchase from the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia. See the list of available maps at the website:
www.ahsgr.org/maps.htm

[Note: The following publication is available from AHSGR.]
Index to Stumpp Maps . Lincoln, NE: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 2000.

Many maps are available for purchase from the Germans From Russia Heritage Collection. See the list of available maps at the website:
library.ndsu.edu/grhc/history_culture/maps_villages/index.html

Maps in printed sources or on Websites

Early Non-Russia Maps
[Mongel influence in the 13th century],
—— in [Geschichte], p. 14.

[The Mongels and the Czars, 15th - 18th centuries],
—— in [Geschichte], p. 16.

“Reiseweg Siegmunds von Herberstein 1516-1518 nach Moskau und zurück,”
—— in [Geschichte], p. 22.

Otttoman Empires 1683, in [Glückstal-4], p. 503.

“Die südliche Batschka [Southern Batschka], 1780s,”
—— in [Stumpp], p. 102.
—— in [Glückstal-4], p. 505.
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 50.

[East Europe Migrations and Incursions],
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 19.

Emigration Areas of Origin:
General,
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/auswanderungsgebiete.htm

“Herkunft der Einwohner in den Mutterkolonien des Gebiets Odessa” [map by Karl Stumpp]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1956, p. 13
—— in [HeightH], p. 268.
—— in [HeightP], p. 148.
—— in [Mack], p.[47].

Alsace
“Orte in Elsass-Lothingen, aus denen Auswaderungen nach Russland stattgefunden haben” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1967/68, p. [110].

“The Villages of Lower Alsace in the Areas of Weissenburg and Hagenau,”
—— in [HeightM], p. 106.

“Areas of Emigration: Rheinpfalz - Alsace - Baden,”
—— in [HeightH], p. 93.
—— in [HeightP], inside back cover.

Danzig
“Kleine Karte der Freien Stadt Danzig: Urheimat der russlanddeutschen Mennoniten,”
—— in [Heimatbuch], 1957, p. 48

Baden
Baden,
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/baden.htm

“Areas of Emigration: Central and North Baden,”
—— in [HeightH], p. 92
—— in [HeightP], inside front cover.

“Areas of Emigration: Rheinpfalz - Alsace - Baden,”
—— in [HeightH], p. 93.
—— in [HeightP], inside back cover.

Franconian dialect area
–in [Bosch], p. 435.


Hessen
Hessen,
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/hessen.htm

Rhineland-Palatinate
Rhineland-Palatinate,
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/rheinpfalz.htm

“Areas of Emigration: Rheinpfalz - Alsace - Baden,”
—— in [HeightH], p. 93.
—— in [HeightP], inside back cover.

“Weissenberg, Lauterecke, and the Palatinate borderland (Map of 1793),”
—— in [HeightP], p. 24.

Württemberg
Württemberg,
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/wuerttemberg.htm

“Sonderkarte aus der Auswanderungskarte Württemberg . . ., 1804-42, Bearb v. Dr. K. Stumpp,”
—— in [HeightH], pp. 94-95.
—— in [HeightM], pp. 46-47.

Migration Routes & Settlement Areas:
Germany to South Russia,
—— in [Keller], vol. 1, p. 240

Routes into Russia,
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/reisewege_russland.htm

“Migration Routes to Russia via the Danube waterway and the Overland Trek via Dresden-Lemberg-Radzivilov, prepared by Wm. F. Wenzlaff from a map by Dr. K. Stumpp,”
—— in [HeightH], p. 29
—— in [HeightM], p. 21.
—— in [Sallet], inside front cover.

[Map showing the Russian Empire in 1762, 1796 & 1825 – and showing migration routes from Hesse, West Prussia, Poland and Southwestern Germany],
–in [Geschichte], p. 54.

“ Der Weg der “Zugvögel” 1804 von Trier am Rhein und Berlin an der Spree bis Mariupol am Schwarzen Meer,”
—— in [Heimatbuch],2000/I, p. 24.

[Itinerary Table of travel from Meimersheim to Radzivilov, 1809],
—— in [HeightM], p. 37.

[Landroutes via Vienna & Desden to Odessa],
—— in [HeightM], pp. 38-39.

“Travel Routes from Poland to the City of Odessa,”
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 15.

[Three Travel routes of two individuals , 1817-1823,”
—— in [HeightH], pp. 18-19.
—— in [HeightM], pp. 51-52.
—— in [HeightP], pp. 41-42.

[List of Harmonies of Separatists],
—— in [HeightM], p. 45.

“Einwanderung der Wolhyniendeutschen: 1816, nach 1831, & nach 1861" [by Karl Stumpp & F. Rink],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1962, p. 16.

[Colonists destination areas map,]
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/zielgebiete_kolonisten.htm

[Map of the Settlement Areas in Russia, showing routes, with a chronological table of founding years],
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlungsgebiete.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colony of Alt-Danzig (1786),
—— on the website: :
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_alt_danzig.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colony of Belowesh (1765),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_belowesher.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colonies of Berislaw (1782/1804),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_berislaw.htm

Map hghlighting the area of the Bessarabian Colonies (1841/42),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_bessarabien.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colonies of Chortiza (1789),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_chortiza.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colonies of Crimea (1804/10),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_krim.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colony of Halbstadt (1804),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_halbstaedt.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Jamburg Colonies (1767),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_jamburg.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colony of Josefstal (1784),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_josefstal.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colonies of Mariupol (1823/42),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_mariopol.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colonies of the Odessa Region (1804/24),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_odessa.htm

Map highlightng the area of the Colonies of Prischib (1804/27),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_prischib.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colony of Riebensdorf (1765),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_riebendorf.htm

Map highllighting the area of the Colony of Samara (1854/59),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_samara.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Southern Caucasus Colonies (1817),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_kaukasus.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Colonies of the St. Petersburg Area (1765),
—— on the website: www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_petersburg.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Volga colonies (1764/67),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_wolga.htm

Map highlighting the area of the Volhynia Colonies (1816/1831/1861),
—— on the website: www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_wolhynien.htm

“Continental Connections with the Great Central Railway [of Englsnd],”
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 358.


Russian Empire
“Expansion of Russia during the Reign of Catherine II 1762-1796,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 25.

“Russia: Southwest Frontier, 19th century,”
—— in [Glückstal-4], p. 506.

“Three Partitions of Poland – 1772, 1793 and 1795,”
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 13.

[Map of St. Petersburg, 1845],
–in [Gschichte], p. 26.


General Settlement Areas
“Location of the Colonies Founded by German Immigrants 1764-1767,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 12.

“Übersichtskarte der deutschen Siedlungsgebiete in Russland” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1961, II. Teil, p. xi.

“Survey Map of the German Areas of Settlement in Russia,”
—— in [Stumpp], p. 23.

“Deutsche Kolonien, 1782-1850,”
—— in [Heimatbuch],1985-1989, p. 23.

“Area map of German Settlements in Russia, designed by Dr. K. Stumpp,”
—— in [HeightH], p. 10.
—— in [HeightP], p. 7.
—— in [Rath], p. 19.
—— in [Sallet], inside back cover.

“Karte der deutschen Siedlungen im europäischen Rusland nach Konfessionen geordnet. Stand 1918,”
—— in [Schnurr1], split between the inside front and back covers
—— in [Schnurr2], split between the inside front and back covers

“Karte I: der Konsistorial-Bezirke I - Petersburg, II - Moskau; und der Kirschpiele 1862" [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Schnurr1], p. 200.

“Karte der Evang.-Luth. Kirchspiele in Sibirien 1862" [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Schnurr1], p. 228.

“Bodenkarte der Sowjetunion mit deutschen Siedlungsgebieten”[by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch], 1964, p. [8].

“Siedlungsgebiete in Südrussland’ [Settlement area in South Russia],
–in [Stricker], p. 166

“Deutsche Siedlungen im Schwarzmeergebiet und im Kaukasus mit Angabe der Urheimat ihrer Einwohner, designed by Dr. K. Stumpp” [German Settlements in the Black Sea Area and in the Caucasus, with information about the origin of their settlers],
—— in [HeightH], p. 9

“Pioneers in the Dispersion, [pre- & post-1945], designed by Dr. K. Stumpp,”
—— in [HeightH], p. 419.
—— in [HeightP], p. 391.

“Karte der Verwaltungsbezirke der Ukraine [nach dem Einteilung von 1926 an – by Karl Stumpp]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1957, p. 116.

“Karte über die Zahl der Deutschen in den einzelnen Gebieten des asiatischen Teiles der Sowjetunion nach der Volkszählung von 1926" [by Karl Stumpp]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1957, p. 116.

“Städte im asiatischen Teil der Sowjetunion mit über 50 Deutschen im Jahr 1926" [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1965, p. 12.

“Karte über die Zahl der Deutschen in den einzelnen Gebieten des europäischen Teiles der Sowjetunion nach der Volkszählung von 1926" [by Karl Stumpp]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1957, p. [115].

“Städte in [des europäischen Teiles der Sovjetunion] denen über 50 Deutsche lebten (Stand 1926)” [by Karl Stumpp]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1965, p. [13].

“Übersichtskarte der deutschen Siedlungsgebiete in der Sowjetunion (Stand 1928)” [by Karl Sumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1964, p. [21].

“ Karte der ehemaligen und heutigen russlanddeutschen Siedlungsgebiete [1945]” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch], 1965, p. [14].

[Map showing the locations of Germans in Russia in 1941],
–in [Geschichte], p. 178.

“Union Sozialistischer Sowjetrepubliken (USSR)” [by A.M.]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1957, p. [130].


Baltic Area
“Russia’s Baltic Provinces,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 3.

“Early German Colonies in the Baltic Region” [near St. Petersburg, near Jamburg, & Hirschenhof],
—— in [Giesinger], p. 91

Early Isolated Colonies
“Some Isolated Early Colonies, founded 1765-1766" [Chernigov Region, Riebensdorf, & Sarepta],
—— in [Giesinger], p. 93.


Black Sea Area
“German Colonies Founded 1787-1842 in the Western Part of the Black Sea Region,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 38.

“German Colonies Founded 1789-1848 in the Eastern Part of the Black Sea Region,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 40.

“Herkunft der Einwohner in den Mutterkolonien des Gebiets Odessa” [map by Karl Stumpp]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1956, p. 13
—— in [Mack], p.[47].

“Karte der dem Fürsorgekomitee für ausländische Ansiedler im Südlichen Russland unerstellten Kolonien,” [Map of the Colonies established under the Welfare Committee for Foreign Settler in South Russia], after Klaus, Unser Kolonien” (russ.) Petersburg, 1869.
—— in [Rempel], endpiece.

“[South Russia Railroad Map],
—— in [OdKal], 1881 & following years.
—— in [Glückstal-4], p. 399
—— on the cover of [HR], 34/3, 2004.

Odessa Region
Odessa Region Colonies,
—— in [HeightH]. p. 5.
—— in [HeightM], p. 59.
—— in [HeightP], p. 53.

“Herkunft der Einwohner in den Mutterkolonien des Gebiets Odessa” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Stumpp], p. 100.
—— in [HeightH], p. 268.
—— in [HeightP], p. 148.
—— in [Mack], p. 47.

“The German Colonies near Odessa,”
—— in [HeightM], p. 84.
—— in [HeightP], p. 22.

“Area Map of Moldavia,”
—— in [HeightM], p. 25.
“Odessa, 1828,”
—— in [HeightM], p. 80.

Beresan
[Beresan area],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1967/68, p. [10].

“Area map of Beresan Colonies, courtesy of Joseph Schnurr,”
—— in [HeightH], p. 360.
—— in [HeightP], p. 292.

Map highlighting the area of the Beresan Colonies (1809),
—— on the website:
www.russlanddeutschegeschichte.de/englisch1/siedlung_beresan.htm

“The Beresan Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 115.

Bessarabia
“German Colonies in Bessarabia,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 119.

Crimea
“German Colonies in the Crimea,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 106.

Glückstal
“Area Map of Glückstal and Hoffnungstal Colonies,”
—— in [HeightH], p. 206
—— in [HeightM], p. 151.
—— in [LeibbrandtH], p. 109.

“G;ückstal Colonies Land Survey, 1809,”
—— in [Mack], p. [49].
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 79.

“Glückstal Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 103

“Glückstal Colonies Region,”
—— in [Glückstal-4], p. 56.

[Map of the Glückstal Colonies area]
—— in [Mack], p. [47].

“Moldava & the Glückstal Colonies,”
—— in [Glückstal-4], p. 55.


Kutschurgan
[The Kutschurgan area],
—— in [Heimatbuch], 1967/68, p. [7].

“The Kutschurgan District,”
—— in [HeightP], p. 263

“Kutschurgan & Liebental Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 103

“Kutschurganer Kolonien,”
–in [Bosch], p. 30.

Liebental
“The Grossliebental Colonies, Est. 1804-1807, courtesy of Dr. Karl Stumpp,”
—— in [HeightH], p. 60.
—— in [HeightM], p. 133.
—— in [HeightP], p. 8

“Kutschurgan & Liebental Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 103

Swedish
“Schwedengebiet, Sagradova Mennonites & Kronau [Mennonite] Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 109.

Caucasus
“Deutsche Siedlungen im Gebiet Grunau,”
-in [Heimatbuch], 1957, p. 34

“Karte der deutschen Siedlungen in Transkaukasus,”
—— in [Hummel], pp. [254-55]

“North Caucasus Daughter Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 122.

“Swabian Separatist Colonies [Berdyansk], Bergtal Mennonites [Mariupol], & Grunau Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 126.

[Colonies in the Armenian Highlands of the Caucasus (Northeastern Turkey)],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1982-1984, p.108.
Central Asia & Siberia
“Reise- u. Leidensweg d. Mennoniten vom Trakt an der Wolga nach Mittelasien: Chiwa (Ak-Metschet) u. Aulae-ata (Dshambui), 1880/81" [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1964, p. [14]. “Karte d. russlanddeutschen Mennonitensiedlungen im Amur-Ussuri- gebiet” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1964, p. 17.
“The Cis-Ural Region and Siberia, before 1914,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 137.

“Mittelasiatische Republiken,”
—— in [Heimatbuch],1965, p. [115].

“Westsibirien,”
—— in [Heimatbuch], p. 96.

“Das Gebiet Omsk in Westsibirien mit dem Deutschen Nationalen Rayon ASOWO,”
—— in [Heimatbuch],1992-1994, p. 85.

“Der Ferne Osten der UdSSR,”
—— in [Heimatbuch], p. [109].

“Übersichtskarte über der deutschen Siedlungen bei Orenburg, Alt- u. Neu- Samara und Ufa, Arkadak und Aktjubinsk” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1964, p. [23].

“Die deutschen Siedlungen bei Arkadak (Gegr. 1910)” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1964, p. 30.

[Area surrounding Orlow, Talasal, Kirgistan]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1966, p. 95.

“Areas in the East and North of the USSR in which most Soviet Germans now live,
—— in [Giesinger], p. 319.

Dnepropetrovsk = see Ekaterinoslov


Don Area
“Daughter Colonies in the Don Region,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 134.

Ekaterinoslov (Dnepropetrovsk)
“Herkunft die Einwohner in den Mutterkolonien des ehem[aligen] Gouv[ernements] Jekaterinoslow (Dnjepropetrowsk) und Taurien (jest Gebiet Saporoschje), sowie in der Krim und Südkaukasus,”
—— in [Stumpp], p. 101.

“Die deutschen Siedlungen im Gebiet Chortitza” [by G. Fast]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1957, p. 55.

“The Chortitza Mennonite Colonies and Other Early Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 96.

“Dnepropetrowsk Province Map Showing Hebrew Colonies,” edited excerpt from a map by Karl Stumpp,
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 153.

Kasachstan
“Karte von Kasachstan – ein Hauptsiedlungsgebiet der Deuschen in der Sowjetunion” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1961, p. [110].

Nokalajev
“Nikolajew Province Map Showing Hebrew Colonies,” edited excerpt from a map by Karl Stumpp,
—— in [Glückstal-5], p.152.

“Nikolajew Province Map Showing Falz-Fein Properties,” edited excerpt from a map by Karl Stumpp,
—— in [Glückstal-5], p.154.

Northern Soviet Union
“Nördlicher Teil der europäischen Sowjetunion” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1961, p. 66

“Areas in the East and North of the USSR in which most Soviet Germans now live,
—— in [Giesinger], p. 319.

Samara
“The Samara German Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 89.

Siberia = see Central Asia & Siberia

Saporoschje = see Taurida

Taurida (Saporoschje)
“Herkunft die Einwohner in den Mutterkolonien des ehem[aligen] Gouv[ernements] Jekaterinoslow (Dnjepropetrowsk) und Taurien (jest Gebiet Saporoschje), sowie in der Krim und Südkaukasus,”
—— in [Stumpp], p. 101.

“Saparoschje Province Map Showing Holdings of Johann Friedrich Fein,” edited excerpt from a map by Karl Stumpp,
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 155.

“Molotschnaer Mennonitenbez. Halbstadt Gnadenfeld,”
—— in [Heimatbuch],1957, p. 54.

“Die Molosh (Molotschna) [Area],”
—— in [Heimtbuch] 19912-1994, p. 148.

[Area of Prishib Colonies & Halbstadt],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1967/68, p. [14].
“Molotschna Mennonite, Hutterite, Eugenfeld & Prishib Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 100.

“Kronau-Orloffer Gebietes: Übersichtskizze [Mennonite],” [by Karl Stumpp]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1958, p. 22.

“Die deutschen Siedlungen des Gebietes Kronau - Orloff (jetz Marienburg),” [by Karl Stumpp]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1958, p. 22.

“Schwedengebiet, Sagradova Mennonites & Kronau [Mennonite] Colonies,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 109.

Volga
“Charta der deutschen Colonien ohnweit [sic, unweit] Saratoff, 1766" [1766 map of the German colonies near Saratov],
–in [Geschichte], p. 66.

[Area south of Saratov],
—— in [Heimatbuch], 1967/68, p. [4].

[Volga colonies – by Herwig Hafa],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1982-1984, p. 221.

“Karte der deutschen Mutterkolonien i[m] Wolgagebiet,”
—— in [Stumpp], p. 116.

“German Colonies on the Lower Volga Founded 1764-1767,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 14.

“Map of the German Colonies on the Volga,”
–in [Skinner], before p. 93.

“Die Kolonien an der Wolga,”
–in [Stricher], p. 59.

“German Colonies on the Volga Bergseite,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 82

“German Colonies on the Volga Wiesenseite,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 84

“R.S.F.S.R. Geographisch-Adminisstrative Karte der Arbeitskommune des Gebiets der Wolgadeutschen” [Map of the workers communes in the Volga District, 1922],
–in [Geschichte], p. 173.

“The Autonomous Socialist Soviet Republic of the Volga Germans, 1924-1941,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 280.
“Die deutsche Wolgarepublik (ASSRdWD) 1941" [ The Autonomous Socialist Soviet Republic of the Volga Germans before banishment to Siberia in 1941],
–in [Stricker], p. 156.

Volhynia
“Volhynia,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 130.

“Siedlungsgebiete der Deutschen in Wolhynien” [Settlement areas in Volhynia],
–in [Stricker], p. 179

Voronezh Province
Lage der deutschen Siedlung Riebensdorf bei Ostrogorsk” [by Karl Stumpp]
—— in [Heimatbuch],1958, p. [37].

“Some Isolated Early Colonies, founded 1765-1766" [Chernigov Region, Riebensdorf, & Sarepta],
—— in [Giesinger], p. 93.

Military Maps
“Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905,”
—— in [Glückstal-4], p. 533.

“WW I Internment Area in Germany Where POWs from the Glückstal Colonies worked as farm laborers,”
—— in [Glückstal-4], p. 543

“The dismemberment of the Kingdom of Hungary by the Treaty of Trianon, 1920,”
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 56.

ca. 1944 German-Russian Village Maps
Alexaderfeld,
—— in [HeightP], p. 241

Alexanderhilf,
—— in [HeightH],p. 338

Askania Nova [Nature park and estate], 1920
–in [Geschichte], p. 117.

Baden,
—— in [HeightP], p. 275.
-in [Bosch], back cover envelope

Balmas, Kutschurgan, Besarabia
—— in [HeightM], p. 253. & 254

Bergdorf [by Ferdinand Maier, Johannes Obenauer, Eduard Maier & Gary Maier]
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 594-597.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps
—— in [Mack], pp. [104-105], [by Walter Schock, after Ferdinand Maier, Johanes Obenauer & Eduard Maier.]

Berlin [by T. Eippert]
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 600-603.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps

Chortitza, Mennonite village, of unknown date
-in [Stricker], p.. 542.

Eigenfeld & Wedeschäfskj Chutor [by Oskar Oster]/
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 588-589.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps.

Elsass,
—— in [HeightP], p. 288, 290
–in [Bosch], back cover envelope

Fransfeld,
—— in [Keller], vol. 1, p. 202.
—— in [HeightP], p. 262

Friedenstal, Glückstal Daughter Colony [by Walter Schock]
—— in [Mack], p. [139]
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 606,
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps

Glückstal [by T. Geist]
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 576-577
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps

Glückstal, [by Johann Stotz],
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps
—— in [Mack], pp. [72-73] – [by Walter Schock, after the map of Johann Stotz],

Grossliebental,
—— in [HeightH], pp. 332-333

Heidelberg,
—— in [HeightM], p. 249.

Helenental, 1929-1930,
—— in [HeightH], p. 317

Hoffnungsfeld [after SH]
—— in [LeibbrandtH], p. 108.

Hoffnungstal [by Mrs. D.K., completed by Joseph Height]
—— in [HeightH], p. 362.
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 604.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps

Hoffnungstal [by Gertrud Pettereins]
—— in [LeibbrandtH], pp. 72-73.

Josephstal,
—— in [Keller] vol. 1, p.. 169.
—— in [HeightP], pp. 256-257.

Kandel
–in [Bosch], back cover envelope

Kandel, water supply, 1944
–in [Bosch], p. 93.

Karlsruhe,
—— in [HeightP], pp. 310-311.

Kassel [by Erwin Klooz & Alexander Imhof],
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps. [a revision by Emil Eberhard]
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 584-587. [a revision by Melita (Martel) Kärcher, Johan Stebner, Pf. Wanner & Theodore Martel]
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps. [a revision by Melita (Martel) Kärcher, Johan Stebner, Pf. Wanner & Theodore Martel]
—— in [Mack], pp. 118-119 [by Walter Schock, based upon the map of Erwin Klooz & Alexander Imhof]

Katharinental, Caucasus,
–in [Geschichte], p. 62.

Klein Bergdorf, Glückstal Daughter Colony [by Walter Schock],
—— in [Mack], p. [146].
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 607.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps

Klein Neudorf [by A. Bittner]
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 574-575
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps

Landau,
—— in [HeightP], pp. 296-297.

Linejewka, est. 1930,
—— in [HeightP], p. 244.

Lustdorf, 1944
—— in [HeightM], p. 122.

Kassel [by Walter Schock, after the map by Erwin Klooz & Alexander Imhof]
—— in [Mack], pp. [118-119],

Mannheim,
—— in [HeightP], p. 284.
–in [Bosch], back cover envelope

Marienberg [by Johann Bollinger]
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 605.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps

Mariental,
—— in [HeightP], p. 316.

Neuburg,
—— in [HeightH], p. 341.

Neudorf [by Martin Wagenmann]
—— in [HeightH], pp. 350-351.
—— in [LeibbrandtN], p. 56.
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 578-581.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps.
—— in [Mack], pp. [86-87] – [by Walter Schock, after the map by Martin Wagenmann].

Rastadt,
—— in [HeightP], p. 319.

Rosenthal,
—— in [HeightM], p. 245.

Saratov/Balitzki [by Johann & Anetta Stroh]
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 590-591.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps

Schmoll Chutor & Neufeld, Glückstal Daughter Settlements [by Walter Shock, after Martha
Mayer, Eugen Singer & Edgar Schell],
—— in [Mack], p. [158]
—— in [Glückstal-5], p. 608..
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps

Seebach [by Adolf Meinhardt],
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 592-593.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps

Selz,
—— in [HeightM], pp. 234-235.
—— in [HeightP], pp. 264-265.
–in [Bosch], back cover envelope

Wodjano Chutor [by Adele (Rieger) Jenner]
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 582-583.
—— on [Glückstal-5], DVD / Images / Maps.

Exile and Trek Routes:
“Der Weg der Wolhyniendeutschen 1915" [by Reinhard Uhlmann],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1997/1998, p. 9.

“Schicksalsweg einer russlanddeutschen Frau (1934 - 62)” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1966, p. 18.

“Verbannungsweg der Krimdeutschen 1941" [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1966, p. 26.

“Verbannungsweg der Wolgadeutschen 1941" [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1966, p.29.

“Verbannungsweg der Südkaukasusdeutschen 1941" [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1966, p. 31.

“Verbannungsweg der Deutschen aus Leningrad und den umliegenden deutschen
Bauerndörfern. (1942)” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1966, p. 33.

“Alexanderhilfer Treck- und Bahnweg [1944]” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1966, p. 48
—— in [HeightH], p. 405.
—— in [HeightM], p. 177.
—— in [HeightP], p. 382.

Hoffnungstal, 1944
—— in [HeightH], p. 408.
—— in [HeightM], p. 153.
—— in [Glückstal-4], p. 489.

Kandel, 1944
–in [Bosch], back cover envelope.

Martel-Karcher Families Wanderings, 1944-1977.
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 510-511.

Mayer Family Wanderings, 1944-1981.
—— in [Glückstal-5], pp. 468-469.

North American Settlements:
“Die Russlanddeutschen in den USA, Kanada und Mexiko” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1962, p. 8.

“Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad and other lines in Dakota Territory in 1885,”
—— in [Glückstal-4], pp. 427-428.

“German-Russian Settlements in North and South Dakota,”
—— in [HeightM], p. 259.

“North Dakota,”
—— in [Rath],[p. 267].

[Germans from Russia colonies in North Dakota, South Dakota & Nebraska],
—— in [AHSGR], Work Paper #8, p. 22.

“Black Sea German Settlements in Eastern North Dakota,”
—— in [Rath], p. 235.

“Black Sea German Settlements in Western North Dakota,”
—— in [Rath], p. 255

“Early Black Sea German Settlements in South Dakota,”
—— in [Rath], p. 88.

“South Dakota,”
—— in [Rath], p. 198.

“Black Sea German Settlements in Southern and Central South Dakota,”
—— in [Rath], p. 94.
“Black Sea German Settlements in Northern South Dakota,”
—— in [Rath], p. 107.

“Black Sea German Settlements in Western South Dakota,”
—— in [Rath], p. 127.

“Reformed Churches East of the St. [sic] James River” [in Southwestern South Dakota],
–in [Rath], p. 168.
“First Congregational Churches in South Dakota,”
—— in [Rath], p. 183.

[Towner, ND area map],
—— in [HeightM], p. 276.

“Detailed Maps of Russian-German Settlements in Kansas, Montana, Nebraska and North Dakota,”
—— in [Sallet], insert following p. 198.
[State Maps of German-Russian Settlements – following p. 198 – not paginated – in this order:]
California,
Colorado
Idaho
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Michigan
Minnesota
Montana
Nebraska
New York
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
South Dakota
Texas
Washington
Wisconsin
Wyoming

“German-Russian Settlements in St. Joseph’s Colony [Saskatchewan], designed by Joseph S. Height,”
—— in [HeightM], p. 279,

“The Prairies of North America which attracted thousands of Germans from Russia,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 359.

“Homestead Map of Pioneer German-Russian Settlers, Principality of Tramping Lake, [Saskatchewan], designed by Dr. Jos. S. Height,”
—— in, [HeightM], p. 302.

“Homestead Map of Pioneer German-Russian Settlers, Principality of Mariposa, [Saskatchewan], designed by Dr. Jos. S. Height,”
—— in, [HeightM], p. 303

South American Settlements
“Russlanddeutsche in Süd-Amerika” [by Karl Stumpp],
—— in [Heimatbuch],1963, p. 15.

“South American States with large numbers of Germans from Russia,”
—— in [Giesinger], p. 352.

1890 Dakota Indian Scare
“The Dakota Indian Scare of November 16-22, 1890,”
–-in [Glückstal-4], p. 529.

Bibliography:

[AHSGR] – American Historical Society of Germans from Russia.

[Bosch] – Bosch, Anton and Josef Lingor. Enstehung, Entwicklung und Auflösung der detchen Kolonien am Schwaren Meer: Am Beispiel von Kandel von 1808 bis 1944. Stuttgart: Landsmannschaft der Deutschen aus Russland, 1990.

[Geschichte] – Richter-Ebert, Ute, ed. Geschichte und Kultur der Deutschen in Russland/UdSSR: Auf den Spuren einer Minderheit. [c. Landsmannschaft der Deutschen aus Russland], Sigmarigen, Germany: Jan Thorbeke Verlag, 1989.

[Giesinger] – Giesinger, Adam. From Catherine to Kkruschev: The Story of Russia's Germans. Lincoln, NE: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1981.

[Glückstal-4] – Rudolf, Homer ed. The Glückstalers in New Russia and North America: A Bicentennial Collection of History, Genealogy and Folklore, [l vol. & 2 CDROMs]. Pierre, SD: State Pub. & Printing, 2004.

[Glückstal-5] – Rudolf, Homer, ed. The Glückstalers in New Russia, the Soviet Union and North America, [1 vol. & 1 DVD]. Fargo, ND: Richtman’s Publishing, 2008.

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[HeightM] – Height, Joseph S. Memories of the Black Sea Germans: Highlights of Their History and Heritage. Associated German-Russian Sponsors, 1979.

[HeightP] – Height, Joseph S. Paradise on the Steppe: A Cultural History of the Kurtschugan, Beresan, and Liebental Colonists —— 1804-1972. Bismark: North Dakota Historical Society of Germans from Russia [now the Germans from Russia Heritage Society], 1973.

[Heimatbuch]Heimatbuch der Deutschen aus Russland, 19.. Stuttgart, Landmannschaft der Deutschen aus Russland, [published since 1954].
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Keller, Konrad. German Colonies in South Russia: 1804-1904, 2d ed. translated by Anthon Becker, 2d. ed, with some revisions by Adam Giesinger, 2 vols . Lincoln: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia: 1980-1983. [NOTE: 1st ed: 1968-1973]

[LeibbrandtH]
– Leibbrandt, Georg. Hoffnungstal und seine Schwaben. 3rd ed. [expanded geneology section by Rita Heidebrecht, Angelika Holzwarth-Kocher, Thomas Kocher & Willn Wall]. Stuttgart: Richard Wahl Druckerei, 2005.

[LeibbrandtN] –
Leibbrandt, G. “Neudorf Geb. Odessa,” [excerpted from his Die deutschen Kolonien in Cherson und Bessarabien], in Heimatbuch der Deutschen aus Russland 1962. Stuttgart: Landsmannschaft der Deutschen aus Russland, [n.d.] 54-56.

[Mack] – Mack, Eduard. Zwischen Moldau und Ukraine: Erinnerungen an die deutschen Kolonien im Glückstaler Gebiet. Ravensburg: Hanf Buch- und Mediendruck, 2005.

[OdKal]Neuer Haus- und Landwirthschafts- Kalender für duetsche Aussiedler in südlicher Russland auf das Jahr ... Odessa: Druck und Verlag von L. Nitzsche, [NOTE: published 1863-1915].

[Rath]
– Rath, George. The Black Sea Germans in the Dakotas. Freeman, SD: Pine Hill Press, 1991

[Rempel] – Rempel, Hans. Deutsche Bauernleistung am Schwarzen meer: Bevölkerung und Wirtschaft 1825. Leipzig: S. Hirzel, 1940.

[Sallet] – Sallet, Richard. Russian-German Settlements in the United States, transl. by Lavern J. Rippley & Armand Bauer. Fargo, ND: North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, 1974.

[Schnurr1] – Schnurr, Joseph. Die Kirchen und das Religiöse Leben der Russlanddeutschen: Evangelischer Teil. 2d ed. Stuttgart: Landsmannschaft der Deutschen aus Russland, 1978.

[Schnurr2] – Schnurr, Joseph. Die Kirchen und das Religiöse Leben der Russlanddeutschen: Katholischer Teil. 2d ed. Stuttgart: Selbstverlag Joseph Schnurr, 1980.

[Skinner] – Skinner, Peter. Germans in the Land of the Volga. Transl. by Dona Reeves-Marquardt. Lincoln, NE. American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1989.

[Stricher] – Stricher, Gerd, ed. Deutsche Geschichte im Osten Europas: Russland. Berlin: Siedler Verlag, 1997.

[Stumpp] – Stumpp, Karl. Emigration From Germany to Russia in the Years 1763-1862. Lincoln, NE: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1982.

Copyright: Homer Rudolf, February 2009

[Revised 8 October 2009]