Czech Genealogy: Sometimes it Takes a Village; Sometimes it Takes a Team! With a slightly different take on the ancient African proverb, which says it takes a village to raise a ch[...]
Czech Genealogy: What do you know of The Great Czech ’48’ers? Today we complete our original research and writing on the great Bohemian revolutionaries of the 1848 Prag[...]
As promised, today we bring you Jan Neruda’s poem Písně kosmické in its original Czech. Enjoy! Písně kosmické by Jan Nepamuk Neruda “Seděly žáby v kaluži, hleděly vzhůr[...]
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[...]
Czech Genealogy: The Story of Jan Kříž. The First English Translation from the 1920 edition of the Czech-American journal Amerikán Národní Kalendář It is not often we get to read f[...]
Czech Genealogy: A Genealogy Assistant of Old: Hugo Chotek. English translation of the biography of Hugo Chotek as written in the 1912 edition of Amerikán Národní Kalendář. We here[...]
Czech Genealogy: First English Translation of Hugo Chotek’s Amerikán Národni Kalendář Article on the Establishment of Bohemian National Hall, Cleveland, Ohio May 28th in 1975 was a[...]
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[...]
The following is the first ever translation from the original Czech to English of “Memoirs of Czech Settlers In America” from the 1895 Edition of Amerikán Národní Kalen[...]
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[...]