Beer Steins Are Raised as the Concord Singers Practice Singing German Songs in New Ulm, Minnesota...
Original Caption: Beer Steins Are Raised as the Concord Singers Practice Singing German Songs in New Ulm, Minnesota. They Are Trying to Keep the Town's Heritage Alive. Twenty Years Ago Many of the Townspeople Spoke Some German, But the Tradition Is Dying Out. New Ulm Was Founded in 1854 by a German Immigrant Land Company. The Singing Group Is Made Up of Men of Varying Occupations, and Includes Newcomers Who Work in Manufacturing Firms as Well as Lifelong Residents of the Town.
U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-15816
Photographer: Schulke, Flip, 1930-2008
New Ulm (Brown county, Minnesota, United States) inhabited place
Environmental Protection Agency
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