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Germans first arrived in the area in 1882 but years passed before Trego Center became a settlement in 1904.
Beginning in 1905, many Volga Germans from Russell County began acquiring land around Trego Center.
According to Nadine Kroeger, this settlement was south of WaKeeney.
Carman, Justice Neal. Account of Settlements in Kansas.
Vol. 2. Foreign Language Units of Kansas. Forsyth Library; Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 1962. Text-fiche.
Kroeger, Nadine. Interview by author. Trego County Historical Society. WaKeeney, KS. 5 August 2002.
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