History Festival Seminar, Saturday 4th May

Broad Horizons: SA German Stories from the Wider World

As German and Wendish migration to South Australia and the United States established parallel settlements and strong Lutheran links, the rich world-experience of scientists, scholars, pastors and missionary wives shaped South Australian society and formed worldwide networks. South Australian descendants too aspired to spheres of study, work, and service abroad, from a New York university to Boer War battlefields. A wide variety of short talks present new and unexpected stories of SA Germans in far-flung places.

History Festival Seminar, Saturday 4th May, 2024: 9.30 am – 4 pm

Presented by German Heritage Research Group (GHRG), Barossa German Language Association (BGLA) and Lutheran Archives

The GHRG is once more hosted by the Barossa German Language Association at the Langmeil Church in Tanunda. Registration is essential by 26th April, and the cost of $50 includes lunch, morning tea and afternoon tea. 

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