OneSearch is Concordia University's online catalog. This is where you can search for materials in the CVGS collection.
If the link doesn't work. Here are the steps to focus your search.
2. Click 'Advanced Search' to the right of the search bar
3. Click CU Collections
4. Click the drop down menu marked 'CU Library Catalog' and Click 'Center for Volga German Studies'
5. Type what you are looking for and click search.
6. The results will show up below.
Archives West is to be used as a finding aid for items held in the archives. Everything here is stored in the Concordia University Library's Archive room in the George R. White library. Just ask the front desk or the CVGS volunteers for access.
The scrapbooks contain obituaries and other similar materials about Volga German families that were collected by Conrad Krening.
The scrapbooks contain obituaries, funeral cards, death notices, pictures, newspaper clippings, and similar materials about persons of Volga German heritage who immigrated to Colorado and Oregon.
Collection contains family history information of persons who immigrated to the United States from the Volga region of Russia.
The papers contain the writings of, and biographical information about, author Mela Meisner Lindsay.
Research materials collected by Evelyn Scheuerman Reich and used in collaboration with Richard D. Scheuerman to document the history of selct Volga German families for the on-line publication, The Berry Meadow Archive: A Selection of Records and Resources from the Papers of Richard Scheuerman and Evelyn Reich.
Getz and Holstein family history, including photos, family group sheets, and the story of the search in German and Russia for their heritage.
CU Commons is Concordia University's Repository of all works produced by students, faculty, staff, and community members.
The Jakob Riffel Photographic Collection
This collection shows images of Volga German families in Portland in the late 1800s and early 1900s. It was donated to the Center for Volga German Studies by Stacy Hahn.
"The Volga Flows Forever" is a trilogy written by Sigrid Weidenweber.
Here are some online search tips that may be useful when conducting personal research.
Quotes: Use quotes to search for an exact phrase. Example: "Volga Germans"
Parenthesis: Combine modifiers to create a more complex search. Example: Germans AND (Volga OR Russia)