Germanic Genealogy Society

Book Reviews Added to the Site!

BOOK OF THE MONTH
This feature is new to the Library page and each month we will have a new review of a book in our collection. Each review is provided by a member just like you.  We hope that you will be encouraged to see what books, in our collection, interest you. Please visit our collection at Concordia University Library. Now that school is in session the library hours are greatly expanded.  Maybe you will decide to share your interest by writing a review.
 

Welcome to Our New Website!

We have been working hard to create a more user-friendly, interactive website for both members and non-members. 
 
GGS offers information, educational opportunities, publications, and association with others researching German roots.  This includes areas that are outside of the current borders of Germany.
 
However, GGS does not have records for your specific German ancestors. Our extensive library does include various indexes with individual's names, as well as how-to books and background information on places where your German ancestors may have lived.
 
Our goal is to help you learn how to find and use records of your German-speaking ancestors.

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UPCOMING
EVENTS
November 8
GGS Annual Membership Meeting
We are happy to announce our speaker will be Gary Brueggemann.  He will present "Minnesota's Forgotten German Heritage."  Gary is a history professor at Century College in White Bear Lake.  He is also the author of "Minnesota's Oldest Murder Mystery: the case of Edward Phalen; St. Paul's Unsaintly Pioneer."  He ...