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Czech Genealogy: 1934 “From the Memories of Old Czech Settlers in America” Zajíc Complete pdf

Completed!  If you have been following along as we have posted the amazing story of Johan (John) Zajíc for the past couple of weeks, you know we just posted the last installment of this wonderful translation yesterday!

And now…as requested we are providing the entire story here, in pdf, so you if prefer you can read the entire translation in one place.

Usually we wait until we have completed the entire article, but in this case Zajíc story was long enough we wanted to provide while we continue with the remaining biographies from this article, “From the Memories of Old Czech Settelers in America”.  It was published in 1934 in the 57th annual edition of the marvelous Czech-American journal, Amerikán Národní Kalendář!

The pdf is embedded below for your reading pleasure and all you need to do is hover your cursor over the first page and a footer bar will appear on the document allowing you to move through this amazingly detailed article all in one place and without having to move off our site.

So here it is!  One of our best, most detailed, longest, and most enjoyable translatoins so far!

We know you will enjoy this terrific autobiography of an early Czech immigrant and his family!

Now be sure to stay with us as we continue to bring you the remaining biographies from this wonderful article, “From the Memories of Old Czech Settlers in America”!

Stay with Onward To Our Past® so you don’t miss a thing!

 

 

A Genealogical Historian, who is focused on family history and genealogy of the highest quality, but with a dose of fun. Avid about documentation and evidence. Loves helping folks of all levels in their genealogy pursuits, especially in the areas of Bohemia, Czech Republic, Italy, Cornwall, Kent, United Kingdom, U.S. Immigration and Cleveland, Ohio.

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