Dutch American Voices: Letters from the United States, 1850-1930

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INDEX OF PERSONAL NAMES
Abma, Herman, 172, 175
Abma, Minne, 184
Abma, Murk, 176
Adema, Harmen, 200, zo7
Alberts, Mr., 367
Algra, H., 12, 13, 457
Alva, Duke of, 168
Avink, H., 243, 248
Avink, Harm, 23, 63-84. Family: Geertjen Bouwmeester (wife); Hendrika, Geertjen, Hendrik (children); Arendjan, Engbert (siblings)
Avink, Henry,63
Baak, Henry, 154
Bajema, Bertha, 105
Bakker, Hessel, 296
Bakker, Thijs, 191
Bannink, G. J., 248
Barnow, A. J., 20
Bartels, 376, 377
Bates, Dudley, 422, 444, 449
Beckstrom, Kurt, 322
Beets, Henry, 16
Beltman, Alys Eringa, 172, 174
Beltman, Brian W., 174
Bergsma, Rienk, 197
Biemans, Delis, 46
Biemans, Johanes, 62
Bierman, Marchien, 267
Bilderdijk, Willem, 12
Blink, H., 457
Bloom, F., 117, 128
Bode, Reverend C., 143
Bode, Hendrik, 110
Bodnar, John, 4, 457
Boekelman, Mark, 5
Boekhout, J. G., 291, 292
Boer, Reverend Gerrit E., 266
Boersema, Mrs., 309, 314
Boersma, Bokke, 205, 213
Boesenkool, Berend, 34, 41
Booges, 370
Bos, Jacob, 115
Bosch, Janis, 124
Boschma, Jouke, 209
Bosma, Henrik and Frietje de Gavere206
Bouloick, Father, 47
Bouma, Jelle, 207
Bouwkamp, Anna, 303
Bouwmeester, Gerritjan and Johanna, 67
Bouwmeester, R. W., 63
Braam, Elias, 357
Brasler, W., 124
Bratt, James H., 17, 18, 457
Brink, Reverend Abel J., 171
Brink, Christina, 321, 335
Brinks, Herbert J., 2, 16, 62, 303, 319, 410, 422, 426, 429, 439, 443, 450, 457
Brinks, J., 134
Broekhuizen, 416
Broekmaat, Hermanus, 249
Broene, Frouwina and Gerrit, 255. See also Rosenboom,Harmanna
Broerstra, Reverend, 286
Brondsema, J., 315, 316
Brondsema, Jacob Jr., 315, 316, 317
Brouwer, Arie R., 18, 457
Brouwer, Jan, 36
Brouwer, Kees, 146
Bruggink, H. J., 69
Brugmans, I. J., 5, 221, 457
Brummel, Martha, 321
Brummelkamp, Reverend Anthony, 14, 136
Buchanan, President James, 352
Budding, Reverend Hubertus, 13, 27, 30
Bunnemeijer, I. M. L., 10, 421, 426-428. Family: Ludovicus Hulstkamp (uncle); Johanna, Louis, Aaltje Hulstkamp (cousins)
Burke, Edmund, 12
Bus, Jan, 313
Bus, Siewert, 313
Cayton, Mary K., 2
Cheney, Roberta C., 423, 457

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Table of contents

  • Dutch American Voices - Letters from the United States, 1850-1930 *
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction i
  • I - Rural to Rural: Sand-Soil Emigrants 23
  • II - Rural to Rural: Clay-Soil Emigrants 103
  • III - Rural to Urban 221
  • IV - Urban to Urban 337
  • V - Detached Immigrants 421
  • Appendixes 455
  • Selected Bibliography 457
  • Index of Personal Names 461
  • Index of Place-Names 468
  • Topical Index 472
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