Baack

My great-great grandfather Henry Baack, Sr. From Germany to New Orleans to Clayton, IA to Carthage, SD.

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Oscar Onken and Henry Baack.

“It looks as if they mean it. They have got enough bottles and a jug standing around but the worst of it is they are empty.” – Mrs. Baack, to Mrs. Oscar Onken

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In 1880 Henry Baack (#6 below) was 33 years old and listed as a saloon keeper.

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Clayton, Iowa

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Henry Baack, Jr.

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Henry Baack, Jr. and family, clockwise from left: Minna, Bill, Anne, wife Mary, Reika.

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Children from left: Anne, Reika, Minna, Bill, c. 1913.

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Reika, Anne, Minna

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Anne, Minna, Reika

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Henry and Mary

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Minna, my grandmother. “Non”.

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Hobart McNames, Reika’s husband, with Minna and Robert and Reika.

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Wilbur, Hobart, and Robert, Rush Lake c. 1948.

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“Wet feet. Pushed off the dock by Janet Marie”

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Janet Marie, my mother.

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