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    • Johann Adolph Grosssteinbeck

    • Portraits; Grandfathers
    • Johann Adolph Grosssteinbeck,1832-1913, John Steinbeck's grandfather. He later shortened his name to Steinbeck. He was a carpenter who migrated from Elberfeld in western Germany to the Jaffa area in the Ottoman Empire, now Israel, in 1850. He came...
    • Monument to Caroline Dickson

    • Families; Monuments
    • A Monument to Caroline Samueletta Dickson (1847-1932). Other sides of the gravestone give details of the family's travails in Palestine. Caroline, age 11, was present when Friedrich Steinbeck (previously Grosssteinbeck, her brother-in-law) was...
    • Genealogy Tree

    • Family trees
    • The Steinbeck family tree showing the family's genealogy. This is the top part. See number 1 204 for bottom part. The tree starts with Johann Adolph Grosssteinbeck and Almira Ann Dickson, who met in 1854 in Palestine, and goes through Steinbeck's...
    • Genealogy Tree

    • Family trees
    • The Steinbeck family tree showing the family's genealogy. This is the bottom part. See number 1 203 for top part. The tree starts with Johann Adolph Grosssteinbeck and Almira Dickson, who met in 1854 in Palestine, and goes through Steinbeck's...
    • Steinbeck Ancestory Portraits

    • Family members; Grandparents
    • Clark C. Steinbeck (grandson of Fritz Grosssteinbeck) and wife Gertrude with unknown woman. Clark visited Germany & Palestine (Jaffa) in 1937 to find out more about the Grosssteinbeck connection. Prior to that, John Steinbeck had been the Business...
    • Council of Khalistan

    • Pamphlets
    • This pamphlet gives a history of the independent Sikh nation before British imperialism, independence from the British in 1947, the partition, and human rights violations carried out on Sikhs. The pamphlet promotes an independent Sikh nation of...
    • Mount Hope landscape

    • Landscapes; Farms
    • A photo of the land near which Grosssteinbecks and Dicksons settled in 1854, probably near what was called by westerners 'Mount Hope.' The Grosssteinbecks had purchased 3 hectares of arboreal land and a house in this area in 1853. Digital copy...
    • Steinbeck's Ancestors

    • Family members; Grandfathers; Grandmothers; Parents
    • Johann Adolph Steinbeck (1832-1913), Charles Minor Steinbeck (1857-?), and Almira Ann Dickson Steinbeck (1828-1923). Charles's middle name probably derives from Clorinda Minor, who was a US-born missionary leader near Jaffa who died in 1855. This...

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