Visitor Archive

Sophienburg visitors come from all over.

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2018 — Quarter 3

During the third quarter of 2018, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 554 visitors from 111 cities around the world. Germany was home to five of those cities and 13 of the visitors. The remaining 541 visitors were from the United States.

Twenty-two of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the third quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 470 visitors, Louisiana was second with12, Florida was third with eight, and California was fourth with seven. The remaining 18 states had from one to six visitors each.

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2018 — Quarter 2

During the second quarter of 2018, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 766 visitors from 157 cities around the world. Canada, England, Germany, Mexico, and Venezuela were home to 11 of those cities and 25 of the visitors. The remaining 741 visitors were from the United States.

Thirty-three of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 588 visitors, California was second with 27, Oklahoma was third with 13, and Missouri was fourth with 12. The remaining 29 states had from one to nine visitors each.

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2018 — Quarter 1

During the first quarter of 2018, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 551 visitors from 137 cities around the world. Brazil, Canada, Germany, Poland, Puerto Rico, South Africa, and Thailand were home to 11 of those cities and 26 of the visitors. The remaining 525 visitors were from the United States.

Thirty-four of the 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 372 visitors, California was second with 14, Minnesota was third with 13, and Michigan was fourth with 11.The remaining 30 states had from one to nine visitors each.

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2017 — Quarter 4

During the fourth quarter of 2017, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 547 visitors from 115 cities around the world. Canada, United Kingdom, and Germany were home to five of those cities and 13 of the visitors. The remaining 534 visitors were from the United States.

Thirty of the 50 states in the United States had visitors to the museum during the fourth quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 392 visitors, California was second with 35, Colorado and Oklahoma tied for third with 11 each, and New York was fourth with eight. The remaining 25 states had from one to seven visitors each.

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2017 — Quarter 3

During the third quarter of 2017, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 518 visitors from 98 cities around the world. Bulgaria, France, Germany, Mexico and the United Kingdom were home to eight of those cities and 21 of the visitors. The remaining 497 visitors were from the United States.

Nineteen of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the third quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 428 visitors, Wyoming was second with 11, Louisiana was third with eight, and North Carolina was fourth with seven. The remaining 15 states had from one to 10 visitors each.

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2017 — Quarter 2

During the second Quarter of 2017, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 658 visitors from 127 cities around the world.
Australia, Canada, France, Germany and the United Kingdom were home to five of those cities and 8 of the visitors. The remaining 650 visitors were from the United States.

26 of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the first quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 515 visitors, California was second with 17, Pennsylvania was third with 14, and Florida and Indiana were tied for fourth with 11 each. The remaining 24 states had from one to 10 visitors each.

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2017 — Quarter 1

During the first quarter of 2017, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 534 visitors from 114 cities around the world.
Canada, Germany, Puerto Rico and Scotland were home to six of those cities and 18 of the visitors. The remaining 516 visitors
were from the United States.

Twenty-four of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the first quarter. Texas naturally had
the most with 388 visitors, Michigan was second with 14, Minnesota was third with 12, and Illinois was fourth with 10. The
remaining 20 states had from one to nine visitors each.

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2016 — Quarter 4

During the fourth quarter of 2016, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 650 visitors from 107 cities around the world.
Canada, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, and Venezuela were home to 14 of those cities and 30 of the visitors.

The remaining 620 visitors were from the United States. Twenty-four of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to
our museum during the quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 552 visitors, California was second with 10, Maryland was
third with nine, and Florida and South Carolina were tied for fourth with six each. The remaining 18 states had from one to
four visitors each.

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2016 — Quarter 3

During the third quarter of 2016, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 494 visitors from 99 cities around the world.
Australia, Argentina, Canada, and Germany were home to five of those cities and 15 of the visitors. The remaining 479
visitors were from the United States.

Twenty-two of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the fourth quarter. Texas naturally had
the most with 405 visitors, Oregon was second with 11, and Arkansas and Florida were tied for third with seven each. The
remaining 18 states had from one to four visitors each.

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2016 — Quarter 2

During the second quarter of 2016, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 530 visitors from 121 cities around the world.
Canada, Germany, Russia, and the United Kingdom were home to eight of those cities and 14 of the visitors. The remaining 516
visitors were from the United States.

Twenty-six of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the quarter. Texas naturally had the
most with 439 visitors, California was second with 12, Colorado and Oregon tied for third with nine each, and Maryland and
Pennsylvania tied for fourth with four each. The remaining 20 states had from one to three visitors each.

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2016 — Quarter 1

During the first quarter of 2016, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 491 visitors from 115 cities around the world.
Canada, Germany, and the United Kingdom were home to eight of those cities and 18 of the visitors.

The remaining 473 visitors were from the United States. Twenty-five of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to
our museum during the first quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 330 visitors, California was second with 39, Illinois
was third with 16, and Michigan and Minnesota tied for fourth with 12 each. The remaining 20 states had from one to seven
visitors each.

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2015 — Quarter 4

During the fourth quarter of 2015, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 621 visitors from 135 cities around the world.
Australia, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Philippines, and the United Kingdom were home to 12 of those cities and 30 of the
visitors. The remaining 591 visitors were from the United States.

Twenty-seven of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the fourth quarter. Texas naturally
had the most with 481 visitors, California was second with 19, North Carolina and Okalahoma tied for third with nine each,
and Colorado and South Carolina tied for fourth with six each. The remaining 21 states had from one to five visitors
each.

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2015 — Quarter 3

During the third quarter of 2015, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 627 visitors from 130 cities around the world. France, Germany, Mexico, Slovenia and Vietnam were home to 12 of those cities (eight from Germany) and 33 of the visitors (21 Germans). The remaining 594 visitors were from the United States.

Twenty-one of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the third quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 534 visitors, while Arkansas, Arizona, Illinois, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and South Dakota all tied for second with four visitors each. The remaining 14 states had from one to three visitors each.

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2015 — Quarter 2

During the second Quarter of 2015, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 645 visitors from 170 cities around the world. Canada, Germany, Mexico and Switzerland were home to 23 of those cities (20 from Germany) and 48 of the visitors (41 Germans) the remaining 597 were from the United States.

Thirty-four of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the second quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 482 visitors, while California was second with 11, Florida and Oregon tied for third with seven each, and Indiana and Illinois tied for fourth with six each. The remaining 26 states had from one to five visitors each.

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2015 — Quarter 1

During the first quarter of 2015, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 932 visitors from 194 cities around the world. Canada, Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland were home to 17 of those cities and 30 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Thirty-three of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the first quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 702 visitors, while Minnesota was second with 44, Wisconsin was third with 19, Nebraska was fourth with nine, and Illinois was fifth with eight. The remaining 28 states had from one to seven visitors each.

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2014 — Quarter 4

During the fourth quarter of 2014, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 598 visitors from 140 cities around the world. Australia, Canada, England, Germany, Mexico, Phillipines and Venezuela were home to 23 of those cities and 36 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Twenty-six of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the fourth quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 482 visitors, while California was second with eight, New Mexico was third with seven, Washington was fourth with six, and Missouri and South Carolina tied for fifth with five each. The remaining 20 states had from one to four visitors each.

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2014 — Quarter 3

During the third quarter of 2014, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 702 visitors from 146 cities around the world. Canada, England, Germany, Kenya and the Virgin Islands were home to nine of those cities and 18 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Twenty-seven of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the third quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 592 visitors, while Florida was second with 14, Oklahoma was third with 13, California was fourth with seven, and Colorado, Illinois and North Carolina tied for fifth with six each. The remaining 23 states had from one to five visitors each.

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2014 — Quarter 2

During the second quarter of 2014, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 697 visitors from 156 cities around the world. Canada, China, France, Germany, Mexico, Ukraine and the United Kingdom were home to 23 of those cities and 31 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Twenty-nine of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the second quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 559 visitors, while California was second with 17, Florida, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin tied for third with seven each, and Tennessee came in fourth with six. The remaining 22 states had from one to four visitors each.

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2014 — Quarter 1

During the first quarter of 2014, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 828 visitors from 270 cities around the world. Canada, Germany, Guatemala, Israel, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom were home to 17 of those cities and 27 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Thirty-five of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the first quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 498 visitors, while Minnesota was second with 40, Illinois and Michigan tied for third with 23 each, Ohio came in fourth with 21, and Iowa and Wisconsin tied for fifth with 20 each. The remaining 28 states had from one to 13 visitors each.

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2013 — Quarter 4

During the fourth quarter of 2013, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 782 visitors from 171 cities around the world. Germany, Austria, France, China and the United Kingdom were home to 11 of those cities and 14 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Thirty-two of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the fourth quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 650 visitors; California and Oklahoma tied for second with nine each; Illinois, New York and Virginia tied for third with seven each; Florida and Colorado tied for fourth with five each. The remaining 24 states had from one to four visitors each.

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2013 — Quarter 3

During the third Quarter of 2013, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 536 visitors from 141 cities around the world. Canada, Germany, Mexico, and the United Kingdom were home to 13 of those cities and 23 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Twenty-three of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the third quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 424 visitors, New York was second with 10, Florida was third with nine, Louisiana and Florida were tied for fourth with six each , and Colorado was fifth with five. The remaining 17 states had from one to four visitors each.

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2013 — Quarter 2

During the second Quarter of 2013, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 788 visitors from 173 cities around the world. Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Mexico, and the United Kingdom were home to 19 of those cities and 38 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Thirty of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the second quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 628 visitors, California was second with 14, Louisiana was third with 11, Illinois was fourth with nine, and New York was fifth with eight. The remaining 25 states had from one to seven each.

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2013 — Quarter 1

During the fourth quarter of 2012, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 700 visitors from 127 cities around the world. Canada, Germany, Mexico, Scotland, Peru, and Senegal were home to 13 of those cities and 21 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Twenty-four of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 593 visitors, Washington was second with 12, Virginia was third with eight, and Arizona was fourth with seven. The remaining 20 states had from one to five each.

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2012 — Quarter 4

During the fourth quarter of 2012, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 700 visitors from 127 cities around the world. Canada, Germany, Mexico, Scotland, Peru, and Senegal were home to 13 of those cities and 21 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Twenty-four of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 593 visitors, Washington was second with 12, Virginia was third with eight, and Arizona was fourth with seven. The remaining 20 states had from one to five each.

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2012 — Quarter 3

During the third quarter of 2012, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 528 visitors from 151 cities around the world.Belgium, Brazil, France, Germany and Mexico were home to 14 of those cities and 23 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Twenty-five of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the third quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 415 visitors, Oklahoma was second with 11, California was third with 10, Arizona was fourth with nine, and Louisiana was fifth with seven. The remaining 20 states had from one to five each.

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2012 — Quarter 2

During the second quarter of 2012, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 714 visitors from 180 cities around the world. Australia, France, Germany, and Switzerland were home to 13 of those cities and 41 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Thirty-four of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the second quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 614 visitors, Florida was second with 10, Colorado and Oklahoma tied for third with nine each, Illinois was fourth with seven, and Indiana, Oregon, Tennessee, and Virginia were tied for fifth with six each. The remaining 25 states had from one to five each.

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2012 — Quarter 1

During the first quarter of 2012, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 590 visitors from 184 cities around the world. Canada, China, Finland, Germany, Mexico, Netherlands, and Scotland were home to 13 of those cities and 19 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Thirty-four of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the first quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 375, Minnesota was second with 30, Wisconsin was third with 19, Missouri was fourth with 18, California was fifth with 15 and tied for sixth were Illinois and Michigan with 11 each. The remaining 27 states had from one to nine each.

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2011 — Quarter 4

During the fourth quarter of 2011, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 617 visitors from 146 cities around the world. Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany and Mexico were home to 14 of those cities and 28 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Twenty-five of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the fourth quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 464 visitors, California was second with 15 (tied with Germany), Colorado was third with 13, and Illinois and Washington tied for fourth with nine visitors each. The remaining 20 states had from one to eight visitors each.

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2011 — Quarter 3

During the third quarter of 2011, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 531 visitors from 109 cities around the world. France, Germany, Spain and South Africa were home to eight of those cities and eight of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Twenty of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the third quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 466 visitors, California was second with 10, New Mexico was third with six, and New Jersey was fourth with five. Alabama, Florida, and Missouri tied for fifth with four each. The remaining 13 states had from one to three visitors each.

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2011 — Quarter 2

During the second quarter of 2011, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 577 visitors from 158 cities around the world. Austria, Canada, Germany, Mexico, and Turkey were home to 15 of those cities and 30 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Twenty-eight of our 50 states in the United States had visitors to our museum during the second quarter. Texas naturally had the most with 436 visitors, California was second with 14, Virginia was third with 10, and Georgia and Ohio tied for fourth with eight each. Colorado, Illinois and Washington tied for fifth with seven each. The remaining 20 states had from one to six visitors each.

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2011 — Quarter 1

In the first quarter of 2011, Sophienburg Museum and Archives admitted 613 visitors from 180 cities around the world. Canada, Germany, France, and Italy were home to nine of those cities and 15 of the visitors, the rest being from the United States.

Visitors from 37 states came to the museum during the first quarter of 2011. Texas naturally had the most with 376, Minnesota was second with 30, Missouri and Ohio tied for third with 18 each, and California and Florida were in fourth place with 16 each. Fifth was Iowa with 13 and sixth was Wisconsin with 12. The remaining 29 states had from one to nine visitors each.

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