Here are the Population & Steets of Herman City, MN. You can compare it to other cities to find out how people live in this area. Herman, MN has a population of 223 people, and the median household income is $45,455. Poverty rates are another economic factor to consider. A city's poverty rate is a percentage of the population's income, so it is important to understand the percentage of people living in poverty in order to make sure that you don't have to.
Hermann is home to numerous vineyards and wineries. The Stone Hill Winery is the largest winery in Missouri, while Hermannhof is located just south of town. Adam Puchta Winery is the oldest continuously-owned winery in the nation, having been in the family's hands since 1880. Nearby Bias Vineyards is located less than eight miles east near Berger.
Herman City had a median age of 44.9 years. Twenty-one percent of the population was under the age of 18, while 6.9% of the population was between the ages of 18 and 24. Twenty-four percent of households were headed by a married couple, and 39.2% were non-families. Twenty-one percent of households were headed by single individuals, and one-fourth of the population was over 65. The gender composition of Herman City was roughly 80:47 men and fifty-one percent women.
The first group of settlers came to the area in 1837, led by George Bayer. After being sick in Pittsburgh, he led the group and later arrived in Herman in the spring of 1838 with another group of families. After the society sold its land shares in the Gasconade River valley, Hermann became a platted city. A number of German families settled in the area.