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Wends Who Broke the Pattern

Saturday 15 March 2014 at 10:35 pm

The large majority of Wends who migrated to Texas in 1854 either stayed with the core settlement around Serbin or followed several paths to neighboring communities. But there were also some who broke the pattern and thereby ended their intimate association with the Wendish community.

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