October 29, 2022

St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Community Church [RG2663.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG2663.AM:  St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Community Church (Mirage Flats, Neb.)



Records:  1888-1962

Mirage Flats, Sheridan County, Neb.:  Evangelical Lutheran church

Size:  1 reel of microfilm and 1 filmstrip



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Community Church (Mirage Flats, Neb.) collection is arranged in three series: 1) Church Records, 1920-1952; 2) Cemetery Records, 1888-1961; and 3) History. Series One and Two are on microfilm. Entries in both volumes of records are in the Danish language. Series Three (found on Filmstrip #18) consists of a three-page, typewritten essay “Historical Highlights,” by Reverend Lavern Larkowski. This collection relates to the early history and later activities of the residents of Mirage Flats, a rural community near Hay Springs in Sheridan County, Nebraska. The church loaned the collection for microfilming in 1962.



DESCRIPTION



Reel 1

Volume




    1. Ministerial bog, 1920-1952

    1. Mirage Cemetery record, 1888-1961



Filmstrip 18

Item




    1. “Historical Highlights of St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Community Church,” typewritten, 3 pages



 



ADDED ENTRIES:



Cemeteries — Sheridan County (Neb.)

Danes in Nebraska

Evangelical Church in Nebraska

Evangelical Lutheran Church in Nebraska

Evangelical and Reformed Church in Nebraska

Lutheran Church in Nebraska

Mirage Flats (Neb.) — Churches

Sheridan County (Neb.) — Churches

St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Community Church (Mirage Flats, Neb.)



 



Revised 10-14-2009   TMM

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