In 1904, a large group of Volga Germans from Dönhof settled in Windsor. By the 1930s Windsor had become a large Volga German settlement with over 900 families. Most of the families worked around the farming of sugar beets. In addition to Dönhof, Volga Germans from Dietel, Dreispitz, Erlenbach, Frank, Grimm, Holstein, Merkel, Messer, Norka, Oberdorf, and Shcherbakovka settled in the area.
VOLGA GERMAN CONGREGATIONS
Sallet, Richard. Russian-German Settlement in the United States(Fargo, ND: North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, 1974): 50.