German Immigrants attacked by Tourists

German Immigrants attacked by Tourists By Michael Dwyer Frankenmuth, Michigan’s Little Bavaria German immigrants settled Frankenmuth in 1845. In German, Frankenmuth means “courage of the Franconians.” North of Flint and just a few minutes from I-75, most Rochester Media readers are familiar with “Michigan’s Little Bavaria.” Much of the town has a German look. The Franconian-style architecture of the buildings, the homes and the clock tower gives visitors that Bavarian feel. The … [Read more...]