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Little Chute, A Century of Progress 1899-1999
402 pages, hard cover
This book contains many stories on the Village of Little Chute, Wisconsin as well as many stories of local families descended from the Dutch immigrants who settled the area.
This CD contains all the photos from Little Chute, A Century of Progress 1899 1999 along with photos that were not published in the book. 1,066 photos.
This book contains the history of the cemetery which was established in 1836. The original cemetery under the church, the old cemetery and the new cemetery.
It also includes a full listing of more than 6,000 graves. Birth, Death, Spouse, Maiden Names, and location in the cemetery for each grave, plus other details.
Maps show the location of each Block/Lot.
3rd Edition includes burials through 2016.
399 pages, spiral bound
St. John Nepomucene Cemetery
Christmas Ornament featuring the Little Chute Windmill. 2 ¾ x 2 ¾ inches.
In 1848 Father Theodore J. Van den Broek brought three ships of Dutch immigrants to America. Most of these immigrants settled in Little Chute, Wisconsin and the surrounding areas.
Each book includes information on the journey and each family aboard the respective ship. softcover
America 133 pages
Libra 112 pages
Maria Magdalena 202 pages
Immigrants Aboard the Bark Libra
Set of all three books
Immigrants Aboard the Bark Maria Magdalena
Immigrants Aboard the Bark America
The Story of Father Van Den Broek -- A Study of Holland and the Early Settlement of Wisconsin by Sister Mary Alphonsa Corry, O.S.D.
The Story of Father Van den Broek, originally published in 1907, describes the life and work of this missionary priest from the Netherlands. Father Theodore J. Van den Broek (1783-1851), a Dominican Priest, began is early missionary work in the Ohio River Valley. Later he came to Wisconsin to work among the Indians, teaching them not only the faith, but how to read, write and cultivate the land. His first church in Little Chute was a wigwam. His missionary activities took him all over Wisconsin, ministering to numerous Indian settlements. When the Menominee Indians were moved from Little Chute, Father Van den Broek recruited his native country people to immigrate to Wisconsin. In 1848 he brought three ships of Hollanders to settle Little Chute. The account of the trip across the ocean of the Maria Magdalena, on which Father Van den Broek sailed, is included in this book. 86 pages, softcover.
An English translation of the advertisement and pamphlet Father Van den Broek published in 1847 for Dutch people who may be interested in immigrating to America. 31 pages.
Journey to North America