Onward To Our Past® is pleased to announce the availability of the third genealogy resource in their series of first English translations of original Czech works outlining the Czec[...]
If you love genealogy and the history that goes along with it, then this new resource is for you. Do you love reading the stories of our ancestors as they, themselves, told them?  [...]
Recently a couple of readers asked a very good question as they were reading the 1895 Hugo Chotek book on the early Cleveland, Ohio Bohemian (Czech) immigrant community,  translate[...]
Good day to all!  I hope you are all enjoying the craziness that is March weather.  We went from the 50s to the teens with 12 inches of snow and soon back up to the 40s now.  Ah we[...]
Final Section Eleven of Genealogy and History Resource Translation Pages 151 to end Prokopa, Martina, Petra No. 2., Bratrstva [Brotherhood]: Štěpána Krále [King], St. Augustina, La[...]
Section Ten of the Genealogy and History Translation for Czech and Bohemia Pages 136 to 150) At this meeting it was ruled to publish a contact name for the convenience of Czech vis[...]
Section Nine of Czech/Bohemian History Book Translation Pages 123 to 135 Acceptance wasn’t a problem, the club becoming Equality Order No. 6350 of the federation on October 2[...]
Section Eight of the Hugo Chotek English Translation for Genealogy and History Pages 109 to 122   Of roughly 200 students attending the school, 50 are in the third grade, 60 i[...]
Czech and Bohemian Resource Chotek Book English Translation Section Seven Pages 96 to 108 The club organized two balls in 1891, both of which were successful. Because we lack the r[...]
Hugo Chotek Genealogy and History Translation Section Five Pages 69 to 81 On that day Cleveland’s Czechs, in particular the members of Slovanská Lípa, celebrated with great f[...]