Monthly Archives: August 2009

If forefathers could Google would they still have come?

By Myra Lee Adams Goff Would New Braunfels history be different if in 1840 there had been communication technology like Face book, Twitter, Google, e-mail, and texting? Would the Adelsverein and the immigrants have had a better picture of the … Continue reading

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Hermann Seele would have loved this fine arts class

By Myra Lee Adams Goff This week 164 years ago, on August 11, 1845, Hermann Seele called to order the first school in New Braunfels under elm trees at the bottom of Sophienburg Hill. Fifteen children were taught reading, writing, … Continue reading

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