Irazusta, Departamento Gualeguaychú, Entre Ríos Province

Names: 
Colonia Stauber
Estación Irazusta
Irazusta
Villa Eleonora
History: 

The village of Irazusta was named after one of its first settlers, Juan José Irazusta. The railroad came through the area in 1909, but it was not until 18 October 1911 that a station was opened in Irazusta, at that time called Villa Eleonora.

Many Volga German families settled here.

Volga German Families: 

The following Volga German families are known to have settled in Irazusta:

Alt
Bauer
Bohl
Brotzman
Hausch
Heidel
Hergenröther
Hilt
Horn
Hornus
Kindfater
Koch
Korell
Leichner
Lickay
Michel
Neiwirt
Niderhaus
Otto
Pfenning
Rothermel
Sack
Schlegel
Schneider
Wagner
Weigandt
Zitterkopf

Volga Colonies: 
Sources: 

- Derka, Mabel J. de. Historia de pueblos que no quieren desaparecer: Irazusta. Buenos Aires : Responde, 2004.
- Leandro Hildt

Former train station in Irazusta, Entre Ríos (2009)
Source: rusoe

Volga Colonies

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