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Our newest exclusive translation continues today as we bring you the second installment of the story of our Czech settler to Chicago in the 1800s. It is another marvelous story fou[...]
We continue today with a brand new, exclusive translation from the pages of the 1934 Czech-American annual journal, Amerikán Národní Kalendář! We move across the country to a new c[...]
Welcome back to our 1934 exclusive translation from the 1934 annual edition of the wonderful Czech-American journal, Amerikán Národní Kalendář! Today we complete an obituary for an[...]
Today we bring you an all new, exclusive translation from the pages of the 1934 edition of the Czech-American journal, Amerikán Národní Kalendář. Having just finished publishing th[...]
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[...]
Today we are pleased to bring you the conclusion of the autobiography of Johan (John) Zajíc, as told to us, and thankfully preserved by the editors of Amerikán Národní Kalendář! Th[...]
We are back!  Back in the 1800s in America with our fabulous autobiography of a Czech family as they search for their dreams and future! Having left Bohemia, we have followed this [...]
1800s Midwestern America and our Czech autobiographer is continuing to take us along during this lifetime!  First it was Bohemia and other Czech lands, then the ocean, and now Amer[...]
Welcome to ‘the New World’ as our Czech family has now made their way from Bohemia, to Bremerhaven, over the ocean, and on to the United States. This translation from t[...]
Welcome back to 1934 and the story we have been translating of one Czech, his life and times in 1800s Bohemia, and now we move across the ocean with he and his family as they decid[...]