By Tammy (Kuhn) Venable
Including photos from St. Joseph, Marshall, and Elkhart Counties, Bremen and North significant Indiana is a testomony to the spirit of America's early German settlers. Like such a lot villages and cities in early nineteenth century the USA, Bremen consisted of the wares of way of life: companies, faculties, faith, and households. Pictured the following in over two hundred classic photos are these earliest associations, together with the town's biggest supplier on the flip of the century, Wright's wooden Bending manufacturing facility, the area's first university development of 1835, perspectives of unpaved downtown Bremen and its bustling population, and the origins of the yearly "Fireman's Festival," that is nonetheless celebrated today.
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Bremen and North Central, Indiana (Images of America) by Tammy (Kuhn) Venable