Stan Crader

Author & Lecturer on Writing About Rural America

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Stihl in America Blog 13- The Gold Standard

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Kathryn, Alphonse, Rita, and Hugo Brandt

Missouri’s Rhineland lies along the last hundred-mile stretch of America’s longest river, the mighty Missouri. Big Mo begins 2300 miles upstream at the confluence of the Jefferson, Madison, and Gallatin rivers, near Three Forks, Montana. While the French were the first Europeans to explore and establish settlements along the entire length of the river, German immigrants, following soon thereafter, settled primarily along the last hundred miles between Jefferson City, Missouri’s capital, and St. Louis, where the Missouri flows into the Mississippi.

The most well-known village along this stretch is Herman, named in honor of… Continue reading

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