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Augustin Heřman: The First of the First Bohemians-Americans on American Shores Part One Someone always has to be first. First up to bat. First to go off the high dive at the munici[...]
Onward To Our Past® Contact: Scott W. Phillips FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tel: (312) 718-1769 Fax: (219) 861-0178 Email: onwardtoourpast@gmail.com ONWARD TO OUR PAST® ANNOUNCES ‘CZECH, [...]
Chapter Five, Part Four of “The Genealogy & History of the Original Bohemians (Czechs) in Cleveland, Ohio, USA” Searching for the Genealogy of Our Adam Family! Catching Up: In [...]
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 Three of Genealogy and History Book Translation Pages 41 to 55   Brother Vác. Šafář donated a voting box to the order, while brother F. P. Pešek donated a stand for th[...]
Early Czech gathering in Cleveland, Ohio
Bohemian Settlers and Their Social Life in Cleveland, Ohio, North America. Published in 1895 by Cleveland Bohemians for the Prague Ethnographic Institute.  Liberty (1895) BEGINNING[...]
Here it comes!  The unique Cleveland Czech Project is almost done!  It’s on the way! As you may recall, Onward To Our Past® Genealogy and Family History Services has been har[...]
  As you may have seen in my post yesterday, I found a truly wonderful find on my one Bohemian family branch.  A whole page interview with him by a well-respected Czech author[...]