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Wends of Texas Celebrate 150th Anniversary of Migration to Galveston

Monday 27 July 2015 at 05:58 am

This article by Pastor Walter Dube appeared in The Giddings, Texas, Times and News on Thursday, December 20, 2004.

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Sesquicentennial of Migration Celebrated: Wends gather to embrace heritage despite cold, rain

Monday 13 July 2015 at 05:53 am

This article by Anthony Jones first appeared in a Galveston County newspaper in December 2004.

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Trip To Moon Spoils Centuries-Old Wendish Myth

Sunday 12 July 2015 at 06:04 am

This article most recently appeared in The Giddings, Texas, Times and News - Thursday, April 23, 1970.

(Editor's note: The following article appeared in the Apri1 8 issue of the Los Angeles Times, written by Charles Hillinger. It concerns the Texas Wends and includes interviews of Serbinites, where two historical markers have now been placed).

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