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

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APPENDIXES

Appendix A List of Translators

STUDENTS, 1985-1994

Michele Boonstra

Elske Horchner

Even van Steenbergen

Jacqueline Eckmann

Marijke Jonker

Hestien Vreugdenhil

Anthony Hop

Jan Peter van Seventer

Tjetske Vreugdenhil


VOLUNTEERS, 1990-1994

Floyd Antonides

Maria de Groot

Grace Meetsma

Jack Appel

Margaret Eshuis

Elco Oostendorp

Harold Bossenbroek

Jacob Geuzebroek

Tineke Ouwinga

Gerard Bouma

Elizabeth Hietkamp

Louise Smit

Sietske Bruinsma

John Hofstee

Hillie Stoker

Anja Buma

Roland Hoogendoorn

Calvin Van Lonkhuizen

Gilmer Compaan

D.P. Jongkind

Cornelis Van Nuis

Dena Damsteegt

Arie Klein

Enno Wolthuis

Peter de Gelder

Louisa Kuiper

John Yzenbaard

And one more.


Appendix B Dates and Places of Emigration
Name
Emigration
Date
Municipality of
Last Residence
Total Number of
Emigrants, 1835-1880

Avink

1869

Borculo, Gelderland

162

Bunnemeijer

1882

Naarden, Noord Holland

5

De Lange

1873

Deventer, Overijssel

192

Diemer

1893

Hoogeveen, Drenthe

44

Dunnink

1848

Staphorst, Overijssel

276

Eringa

1892

Spannum, Friesland*

99

Heller

1891

Ulrum, Groningen

512

____________________
*
Gemeente Hennaarderadeel

-455-

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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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