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Heaven Is Our Homeland: The Glückstalers in New Russia & North America

Premiere of Documentary

Heritage Center
Bismarck, North Dakota
July 21, 2004


Lilia Belousova and Pavel Pratchuk, Odessa, Ukraine, standing at Capitol Grounds, Bismarck, ND.
Dr. Sergey Yelizarov greets LaRose Ketterling, Mercer ND, member of the 1999 Journey to the Homeland Tour. Margaret Aman Freeman, Redondo Beach, CA, is in the middle.
Dr. Homer Rudolf, Richmond VA, native of Wishek, ND, visits with Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner, NY, native of Aberdeen, SD.
Left to right: Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner, NY; Lloyd Ketterling, Rochester, MN, and Michael M. Miller, Fargo ND.
The crowd at the Heritage Center Auditorium for the premiere.
Margaret Aman Freeman, Redondo Beach, CA, coordinator of the Glückstal Colonies Research Association, presents introductory remarks.
The large crowd attending the premiere.
Margaret Aman Freeman visiting with her cousins, Terrence Baltzer and his daughter, Stephanie, both of Mandan, ND.
Eugenia Yelizarov, Odessa, Ukraine, greets Carol Just, St. Louis Park, MN, a member of the 1998 Journey to the Homeland Tour.
Margaret Aman Freeman, Coordinator of the Glueckstal Colonies Research Association, Redondo Beach, CA.

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