Welcome back to  our exclusive translation from the 1934 edition of the Czech-American annual journal, Amerikán Národní Kalendář! Since there are significant unresolved issues surr[...]
America in the 1850s is our scene and we are reading about the lives of Czech immigrants to America over three years as written by the wonderful Czech-American newspaperman and aut[...]
Now that we have provided a bit of background on the wonderful 1896 cookbook written by Emanual Beránek and published by August Geringer, we move on to something just as exciting. [...]
Czech Genealogy: What do you know of The Great Bohemian ’48’ers? Today we continue with more of The Great Bohemian ’48’ers as noted by the amazingly success[...]
Today we continue our exclusive 1921 translation of the biography of one of the most successful of all Czech-American immigrants, František Korbel! We learn more about his philanth[...]
Welcome back to our exclusive translation of a wonderful Amerikán Národní Kalendář article from 1904!  Today we are pleased to bring you installment #3. After our first installment[...]
We continue our trip through 1879 Pennsylvania and the first person narrative by a Czech immigrant there, Max Kirchman.  This is a wonderful look at an early, major United States c[...]
We continue!  We continue with one of the most amazing biographies of the dozens we have translated thus far!  This story is truly amazing as we follow a Czech immigrant from Bohem[...]
Welcome to Installment #3 of our newest, exclusive translation from the 1894 edition of Amerikán Národní Kalendář.  Today we begin a new biography of yet another early Czech immigr[...]
We continue with our history and the genealogy of Bohemian crystal also known as Bohemian glass and sometimes as Czech glass. It is a remarkable history, story, and integral part o[...]