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
You’ve heard of “Where is Waldo?” Today we ask the question, “Where is Theodore?” We are looking for Theodore Fischer. One source that we have indicates the in the photo on the left above, that Theodore Fischer is the boy on the left. This is a segment of the photo we posted a few days … More Where is Theodore?
Four hundred seventy years ago, Martin Luther died on February 18th. His last written words were the ones in the title of this blog. Three hundred years after Luther’s death, the Lutheran church here in Altenburg, Missouri was draped with many yards of black cloth. On that day, which was a Wednesday, a morning service … More We Are Beggars: This Is True
We had a wonderful day on Saturday with author, Ann Hazelwood. She is a “rock star” in the world of quilt fiction and her new series will feature East Perry County and a cast of characters who will ring familiar if you know the “real life” characters in our region. The title of the inaugural book … More Hazelwood was in the House