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Rock Creek (Nebraska)
Do your references for the Rock Creek article mention when the Rock Creek Post Office commenced?
While I can believe some of the settlers felt shunned due to language differences, it's tough to believe anyone was ever shunned in Beemer or Wisner because they were farmers as both towns main stay has been to support the agricultural activities. Also, I would think the group of settlers who concentrated around Rock Creek did so because of the Rock Creek (Lambrecht's) Mill. The mill was known for 100s of miles and likely created a few jobs.
Interview as source
I've had to revert your additions of a citation to Rock Creek (Nebraska) and Wisner, Nebraska. If the interview with W. R. Blumer wasn't published, then it's original research, which isn't acceptable as a source. If the interview was published someplace, even in a brochure or a sesquicentennial booklet or the like, it's OK: but then we need information on the publication.
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