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Monday, March 28, 2011

Luhdorf map Attempts

Niedersachen, Luneburg, Harburg, Luhdorf


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Ahh success.


This what I got first for forever!
Luhdorf google map
Sorry this was suppose to be a link with an embed. It was not. I have been trying to get around to the old version of google map, with out landia. it's tough to find.
Anyone know why, bloggers?

8 comments:

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  2. Thank you for visiting my blog ! You are welcome in the "prairie" !

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  3. Thanks for stopping by the blog this morning!
    I appreciate the look-see.Love the blog name...ingenious!
    L.

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  4. I had to follow your blog over, just because of the extraordinary name! I didn't know it would be about geneology! Very clever. We love geneology at our house. I really wanted to take my kids to Sweden and Norway this summer on a cruise to see our roots, but with kids working, it doesn't look like it can happen.

    Nice to meet you.

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  5. I wish I could help with the Google Maps but I have trouble figuring out why Blogger does what it does. There are help forums, if you have the patience to deal with those things (I often do not), but others I know have found answers to troubling Blogger perversities. I love all the German names on the map, though -- especially Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony--is how I would translate). The Germans in Transylvania were known as Sächsen - Saxon Germans. Most came originally from Luxembourg or Alsace area.

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  6. Thanks guys, I did find the the google with embed capabilities as you see above, but I think I had to specify. I may see what they offer for german street view some day. I am sure it has a different name. Panorama or something like that too.

    Arootdigger was to be garden centered too.
    I garden or I used to be more involved with it, but it seems this blogging stole me away from all the time I once spent outside. I have occaisional posts at my sunnyside.

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  7. I love Google Maps! I've created some to map ancestors in Germany, as well as ancestors in Springfield and Chicago (& suburbs) Illinois. I'm working on one for Corpus Christi, Texas (my husband's family has connections there, too, and that is where we met), and next I will do Houston, Texas, where my mother is from and where I grew up.

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  8. Yes, I agree Amanda. It does add that perfect touch. And now in 2014 I think the new versions like google earth and satellite and street views in american and german versions are wonderful. I have tried to track down house numbers using the maps this way.

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