Tacoma, Pierce Co., Washington
In the early 1900s colonists from Beideck, Dreispitz, Frank, Hussenbach, Kolb, Neu-Dönhof, Shcherbakovka, Walter, Warenburg, and Unterdorf settled in Tacoma.
The Volga German neighborhood was generally found between South 19th & 23rd and Ainsworth & Sheridan.
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Emmanuel Evangelical & Reformed Church
Evangelical Congregational Church
First United Church of Christ
Peace Lutheran Church
Trinity Lutheran Church
Zion Lutheran Church
The following Volga German families are known to have settled in Tacoma:
Feuerstein from Norka
Heimbichner from Frank
Juckert from Kolb
Kissler from Frank
Koch from Kolb
Lesser from Frank
Müller from Kolb
Zitzman / Sitzman
.- Fiftieth Anniversary, 1909-1959 (Peace Lutheran Church) - booklet.
- Scheuerman, Richard D. & Clifford E. Trafzer. The Volga Germans: Pioneers of the Northwest (Moscow, ID: University of Idaho Press, 1985): 174.
- USA Settlement List (Patricia Miller)