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Czech Genealogy: Another Original Translation to English from the 1895 Edition of Amerikán Národní Kalendář. Onward To Our Past® is pleased to announce the next in our series of or[...]
Bohemian (Czech) Genealogy & Amerikán Národní Kalendář: An Amazing Resource Now At A New Location http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10017213 Bookmark it. Save it. Make i[...]
Genealogy Tip for Today: Caveat Emptor or don’t believe everything you read I know this tip seems mundane and perhaps unnecessary, but I came across something that made me think ab[...]
Bohemian (Czech) Genealogy: The Perun National Association Statistical Analysis (Mini-Census) of the Bohemian Community of Cleveland, Ohio in 1869 Did you know that in early 1869 a[...]
Augustin Heřman: First of the First Bohemian-Americans Part Two Augustin Heřman in America After escaping the persecution by the Hapsburgs and the Holy Roman Church in Bohemia, the[...]
IF you enjoy poetry and genealogy — take a look at this! All about the exploits of Augustin Herman, Bohemian. HERMAN OF BOHEMIA MANOR, by George Alfred Townsend, 1899 (See no[...]
Czech Genealogy: Once in a Lifetime News for Bohemian (Czech) Genealogy and History Thanks to the University of Chicago If you love Czech genealogy and Czech history, if you have B[...]
‘Czech, Please!’ wants YOU! How you can help with this exciting genealogy project Now that you have joined us on the ‘Czech, Please!’ team, we wanted to give you some ideas about h[...]
Who’s on First? Bohemian (Czech) Immigration and Genealogy in the United States A somewhat odd and decidedly peculiar thing happened on the way to the world’s history books. The ea[...]
Hugo Chotek: Czech-American Author, Newspaperman, & Genealogical Helper Extraordinaire! A few years ago while I was doing some Czech genealogy research I happened to come acro[...]