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Subject: Re: [NEDOUGLA] Naturalization Records for Douglas & Sarpy County, NE
Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2010 19:35:54 EDT
During the time period you're interested in, most women became citizens at
the same time their husbands/fathers did.
There is a multi reel set of microfilmed naturalization index records at
the W. Dale Clark library in Omaha that covers all of Nebraska and about the
western half of Iowa. If you use the new digital readers, you can get
them big enough to see, otherwise, it's one of those "close enough for
government work" things where they followed the injunction to "film them", but so
small that they're really hard to read with most of the readers.
In a message dated 9/5/2010 4:30:26 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
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Surnames: Kunnemann, Rohwer
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How can I find naturalization records for residents of Douglas and Sarpy
Counties. I am interested in Henry John Kunnemann ( born Johann Hinrich
Kunnemann) born July 15, 1869 and arrived in US April 12, 1884, settled near
Bennington. Also Phoebe Marie Rohwer born May 7, 1878 and settled near
Gretna. Thank you.
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