Monthly Archives: April 2017

Ullrich homes on Mill Street tell the story of early home construction

What do three houses on Mill Street have in common? The homes located at 502, 528 and 554 West Mill Street are part of New Braunfels’ Mill Street Historic District and they are homes built on the property owned at … Continue reading

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Martin Luther important to the Protestant Reformation

  Happy Easter today while you celebrate the Resurrection and the coming of Spring. It’s a particularly exciting time for members of St. Paul Lutheran Church of New Braunfels. They have chosen to build a new church on their historic … Continue reading

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United States enters World War I on April 6th one hundred years ago

(Published in the Herald-Zeitung on April 2, 2017) As far as Americans were concerned, the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austria-Hungary throne on June 28, 1914, was of little concern. Europe, after all, was far away, and … Continue reading

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