I hope that you have your registration in and have plans underway to visit us Oct. 25-27. We have made some wonderful arrangements for stellar presentations, entertainment, food, and an awesome custom coach fieldtrip. Visit the “Conference” tab on the website menu for a more detailed syllabus. Remember, there are NO registrations at the door. … More Conference 2018 is Almost Here!
Two wonderful additions to our 2018 Immigration History Conference are the artist for this year’s conference, Dave Carter; and the conference will be dedicated in memory of Carol Lamm, longtime museum patron and friend. Dave is a renowned painter of Missouri mills, and Carol is the multi-great granddaughter of our first Altenburg pastor, G.H. Loeber and … More A Painter and a Friend
All of our Christmas trees have stories. Some of them are simple, some are about winter in Perry County, German traditions, and Santa has an incredible area this year. A tree that has been with us since the beginning 12 years ago is the Immigration Tree. It is a significant contribution to our interpretation of … More The Trees have Stories
The 4th biennial immigration history conference is now a piece of our history. It was a wonderful three days of reunions with research patrons, a celebration of art and music, as well as an opportunity for our Historical Society to bring the leadership of the LCMS to the Altenburg region. The Lutheran Heritage Center team … More 2016 Conference
We are eagerly approaching our fourth biennial Immigration History Conference. What a wonderful Reformation trip to visit us in East Perry County, Missouri October 27-29. We still have room available for your participation. Come and join us! The $250. conference fee covers a wonderful chartered bus fieldtrip, great home cooked meals, world-class historic and genealogical presentations, research … More Conference Time is Upon Us!