North Dakota was often the second stop for a Luxembourger immigrant. It was typical to immigrate to a town that already had an established Luxembourger population and get settled. When you needed room to grow, you would then move on to a developing town. A land grant was often a big draw.
That doesn't mean North Dakota
Luxembourgers were without records. Once settled, they married, had
children, and built new lives. That's where the records of the State Historical Society of North Dakota
come in. Among their genealogical collections are the pre-1925 marriage
indexes, naturalization indexes and records, and land records. While
some of these materials can only be accessed onsite with a hired
researcher, many are partially available online or can be researched by