Looking for details of your Luxembourg-American ancestor’s life?

There’s an excellent source that we often forget – just because it can be a little difficult to access…

The Luxemburger Gazette covered the social, political and economic lives of Luxembourg-Americans in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  Articles include obituaries, travel announcements and more. The paper is written in German, but much of it can be read with a word list.

Looking for a cheap way to access issues? Until September 1st, you can order the microfilm of the Gazette from the Family History Library in Salt Lake.


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