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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[...]
We continue!  From our exclusive translation from the pages of the 1921 edition of Amerikán Národní Kalendář we are at the barricades of the 1848 Revolution in Bohemia! Did the sho[...]
We continue!  As you know we are in 1904 America and following the biographies of several Czech immigrants who had their stories published in that year’s edition of the great[...]
We continue today with our intimate and highly detailed look at 1879 Allegheny and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania through the eyes of one Czech immigrant at that time. We are thankful fo[...]
Today we continue with our intense high seas story of one Czech immigrant as he makes his way across the Atlantic!  It is a fantastic window into what our ancestors may have endure[...]
We have, today, a conclusion to our story of the Czech Confederate rebel and his service in the United States Civil War.  As we finish the story of Matěj Lenz and his experience in[...]
We continue with the story of our Czech Confederate rebel today!  The War Between the States continued to rage around him and he was smack dab in the middle. Learn more in today[...]
Welcome to the final installment of our mini-series on Bohemian crystal.  Sometimes called Czech crystal or simply Czech glass it is a keystone piece of our shared Czech heritage a[...]
Today we continue our exclusive translation of a wonderful article from the 1891 edition of the Czech-American journal, Amerikán Národní Kalendář.  This installment offers two comm[...]
Onward To Our Past® is pleased to present installment #4 of our exclusive English translation of the 1878 tour de force from the Czech-American annual journal Amerikán Národní Kale[...]