Today we are pleased to bring you another in our series of exclusive translations from the Czech-American annual journal, Amerikán Národní Kalendář in pdf!

This wonderful story is now available to you as a single document right here on the Onward To Our Past® website!  Beginning in the Czech lands of old, this story follows a Czech immigrant and his family not only in the ‘Old Country’, but across the ocean, in Canada, and around several locations in the United States!

As you read the rich details found in this article, you will understand why many Czech researchers, academicians, genealogists, professors, and authors agree the stories found within the pages of Amerikán Národní Kalendář are the motherlode of Czech-American first-person stories!

To fully enjoy this article all you have to do is allow your cursor to float over the first page, below.  A footer bar will appear and provide you with your navigation aids for this article.

Enjoy one of our best!

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Amerikán Národní Kalendář

Year: 1951, Volume: LXXIII, Pages: 117-144

“Old Settlers’ Memories”

Translated from the original Czech by Dr. Mila Saskova-Pierce and Layne Pierce

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Continue on with us here at Onward To Our Past® tomorrow as we bring you another new and exclusive English translation from the priceless pages of the Czech-American classic annual journal, Amerikan Národní Kalendar!

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