The Joys of Being Wendish, Festival and All

Joys of Being Wendish (The Texas Tribune) 0

The Joys of Being Wendish, Festival and All

The New York Times recently published an article featuring the Texas Wendish Heritage Society. This article, written by Corrie MacLaggan for The Texas Tribune, is entitled The Joys of Being Wendish, Festival and All. Several festival attendees are briefly interviewed, including Evelyn Buchhorn, Russell Schwausch, Dwight Nitsche, George...


First Wendish History and Knowledge Extravaganza

Our sister-site, The Wendish Research Exchange, has dedicated a special section to coverage of 2013’s Wendish History and Knowledge Extravaganza. Be sure to view video of Dr. George Nielsen’s presentation. Presented on March 16th, 2013 in Serbin, Texas, the WHKE provided attendees with a plethora of educational opportunities in a...

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THE WENDS OF TEXAS; The smallest ethnic group of all

This little historical fragment — or one quite similar to it — buried in an obscure tome on Texas folklore, caught Sylvia Grider’s eye one afternoon while she was browsing. And it made her stop short. “I had thought I was a pretty well-versed folklorist, especially in Texas...