2 edition of German-Russian folk architecture in southeastern South Dakota found in the catalog.
German-Russian folk architecture in southeastern South Dakota
Bibliography: p. 36.
|Statement||Michael Koop, Stephen Ludwig.|
|LC Classifications||NA730.S9 K66 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||87623728|
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German-Russian folk architecture in southeastern South Dakota. Vermillion, S.D.: State Historical Preservation Center, [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All.
"German-Russian Folk Architecture in Southeastern South Dakota". (Vermillion, SD: State Historical Preservation Center;slides, 1 cassette tape, 1 script).
Cite this Record. German-Russian Folk Architecture in Southeastern South Dakota. Michael Koop, Stephen Ludwig. (tDAR id: )Author: Michael Koop, Stephen Ludwig. Architecture of Finnish Settlement in South Dakota Czech Folk Architecture of Southeastern South Dakota Forest Avenue Historic District, Vermillion German-Russian Folk Architecture in South Dakota Historic Resources of Harding and Perkins Counties, South Dakota Historic Hutterite Colonies Thematic Resources Historic Resources of Rural Butte and Meade Counties in South Dakota.
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Publisher: [email protected] of Nebraska. A notable ethnic heritage in north-central and south-central South Dakota is that of the Germans from Russia.
Immigrants from Russia with German heritage had a distinct historical path to the Midwestern prairies that has been of special interest to their descendants as well as historians and architectural historians.
On July, I visited several southeast South Dakota towns, historical sites and cemeteries of the first settlement of the Bessarabian, Black Sea, Crimean and Mennonite German families in the s and s.
South-central North Dakota was once the most heavily populated German-Russian region in the United States. Based on the census, other than the English language, about 20% of the language spoken in North Dakota's three south-central counties - Emmons, Logan, and McIntosh.
Schott’s baking was well known in south-central North Dakota. She often baked the wedding cakes for two generations of local residents. Growing up on a German-Russian farm between Fredonia, N.D., and Gackle, N.D., Schott learned to bake and cook when she was eight or nine years old.
She credited her mother as being her home economics teacher. the house forms recorded in the Finnish, Czech, and German-Russian folk architecture surveys in South Dakota, (see related National Register nominations: "The Architecture of Finnish Settlement in South Dakota" C].
style is more abundant in the northeastern states where architects popularized the style. In South Dakota, the Gothic Revival style is most typically used for churches. Gothic Revival Church, Yankton 5 Second Empire is characterized by a distinctive Mansard roof with dormer windows on steep lower slope; molded cornice normally bound.
Willow Creek Folk School with Tom Isern. Longtime colleague at North Dakota State University, Dr. Tom Isern shares his Dakota folk songs and pacing the North Dakota prairies.
He shares his message about speaking at the 49th Germans from Russia Heritage Society, July,in Fargo. This is a modest but invaluable introduction for a larger research problem that should be attacked soon, before the artifacts are gone. The authors carefully describe architectural artifacts, providing historic and geographic contexts.
There are drawings and photos that provide full detail of the items. Everyone who is interested in ethnic folklore, material culture, or German-Russians will. ÑVernacular Architecture Newsletter. Lavishly illustrated with historical photographs, maps, and architectural drawings, To Build in a New Land includes chapters on Ukrainian pioneer landscapes in western Canada, Cajun farmsteads in Louisiana, Czech settlements in South Dakota, Danish homes in Iowa and Minnesota, vernacular architecture of the Format: Paperback.
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Harold Spitznagel Koop, Michael H., and Stephen Ludwig. German-Russian Folk Architecture in Southeastern South Dakota. Vermillion: South Dakota State Historical Preservation Center, Lavishly illustrated with historical photographs, maps, and architectural drawings, To Build in a New Land includes chapters on Ukrainian pioneer landscapes in western Canada, Cajun farmsteads in Louisiana, Czech settlements in South Dakota, Danish homes in Iowa and Minnesota, vernacular architecture of the German-Russian Mennonites of southeastern Manitoba, Afro-American housing in the.
A sample of South Dakota's German-Russian buildings is thor oughly examined in: Michael Koop and Stephen Ludwig, German Russian Folk Architecture in Southeastern South Dakota (Vermillion, S. D.: State Historical Preservation Center, ). See also, "Icons on the Prairie," by Jackie Sluss, an unpublished manuscript held at the.
German-Russian Folk Architecture in Southeastern South Dakota. Vermillion: South Dakota State Historical Preservation Center, Murphy, David.
"Building in Clay on the Central Plains." In Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, edited by Thomas Carter and Bernard L. Herman. Columbia: University of Missouri Press for the Vernacular.
AIA South Dakota. AIA South Dakota is a non-profit membership organization made up of architects, future architects and partners from across our state who seek to enjoy great opportunities to learn, share, promote architecture and advance the important idea that design matters in every South Dakota .The Frantisek Pechan Log House is a historic barn located near Tabor, South Dakota, United was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 6,as part of a "Thematic Nomination of Czech Folk Architecture of Southeastern South Dakota".
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