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Dubois County: German Americans, 1993-1994


Interviewee
Boeglin, John July 20, 1994 

Call Number
93-076

Physical Description

Not transcribed; 1 tape, 1 7/8 ips, 51 minutes

Interviewer
Muehr, Heiko

Access Status

Open

Scope and Content Note

Father John Boeglin grew up in a German community northeast of Evansville, but had ancestral ties to the Dubois County area. He speaks about the importance of religious faith not only to himself, but also in the community. He also speaks about German traditions, especially those with a religious connection such as Ligation Days.

  • Keywords
    • Corporation Names
    • St. Celestine Parish
    • Occupation Names
    • priest
    • Personal Names
    • Kundek, Joseph
    • Place Names
    • Celestine, Indiana
    • St. James, Indiana
    • Subjects
    • Catholocism
    • German language
    • Ligation Days
    • local history
    • religious faith
    • Vatican II