This Rev J. M. Trunk text was published originally in 1912 as Part 8, History of Slovene Communities, contains significant genealogical information about Slovenian immigrants, the places they lived, the organizations they formed, and the churches they attended.
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Many Slovene workers and farmers scattered over the entire State. For a long time many Slovene farmers have been in Wahpeton. Some of them are rather wealthy. In 1902, one sold his farmstead for $26,000. In carpio, there are several Slovene workers among the Swedes, and in the Czech settlement of New Hradec. Our fellow countryman, the Rev. J. C. Smole, is the pastor and at the same time a State Mailman.
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