Monthly Archives: January 2016

Saengerbund lives on

By Myra Lee Adams Goff Dr. Rudolph Biesele, writer, historian, and expert on German culture, stated that when the immigrants traveled over the ocean towards Texas, they brought along with them an invisible passenger: Das Deutche Lied (the German song). … Continue reading

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Groos home one of few remaining on Seguin Avenue from early New Braunfels

By Myra Lee Adams Goff In the early days, when Seguin Ave. was considered the main street in New Braunfels, the first houses and businesses were constructed there. Possibly Seguin Ave. was so named because most people entered the town … Continue reading

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