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Today we are pleased to continue our exclusive translation of one of the most successful of any early Czech immigrants to America, František Korbel. This story comes from the 1921 [...]
Welcome to the second installment, and second complete story, of a Czech immigrant from our exclusive translation of the 1904 article “The Memories of Czech Settlers in Ameri[...]
Today we continue with our exclusive look at 1879 Pittsburgh and Allegheny County in Pennsylvania from the vantage point of one Czech immigrant from that period of time.  It is an [...]
Today we continue with one of our most amazing translated biographies to date from the Czech genealogy and history motherlode of Amerikán Národní Kalendář! We began with our primer[...]
Amerikán Národní Kalendář Year: 1894, Volume XVII S 68 obrazky vazneho I zertovneho obsahu “With sixty-eight images plus serious and funny content” Edited by Josef Jiří[...]
Welcome to our second installment of “From the Experiences of American Czechs” found in the 1886 edition of the Czech genealogy and history volumes of Amerikán Národní [...]
Welcome to installment #2 of our exclusive English translation of the 1891 wonderful article from Amerikán Národní Kalendář!  Today we continue with our first of many Czech communi[...]
Czech genealogy and history exclusive right here for you! The following is the first ever English translation of the article found in the 1892 edition of Amerikán Národní Kalendář.[...]
Today, Onward To Our Past® is pleased to bring you the second half of our story about the Bohemian Korbel brothers, Francis, Anton, Joseph, and Wenzel.  If you missed the beginning[...]
Today we are pleased to bring you our continuing translation of the wonderful article from the 1878 edition of Amerikán Národní Kalendář titled “STRUČNÁ STATISTIKA: Osad, mís[...]