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Volume 4 Number 3 Summer 1992
  • House Name or Surname?
  • Map Resources for the Genealogist at the U.S. Library of Congress
  • Postage Stamps and Genealogical Research
  • Names which we have Brought from our Old Country
  • Bohemian Catholics in Chicago
  • The Greatest of Czech Exiles
Volume 4 Number 2 Spring 1992
  • Czech and Slovak Genealogy Societies
  • Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.)
  • Where is My Home?
  • Czech Hero from Pardubice
  • Using a Loose Leaf Notebook-Binder for My Family History
  • Old MacDonald – Czech Style
  • Place Names
  • Visit to a German-Bohemian Ancestral Village
  • Churches in Czechoslovakia
  • Ancestor Hunt in Veseli nad Luznici
Volume 4 Number 1 Winter 1992
  • Old Cadastral Maps
  • The Case of the Nonexistent Town
  • Should it be a Hardbound Genealogy?
  • The Second Czechoslovak Genealogy Conference
Volume 3 Number 4 Fall 1991
  • Old Czech Measures and Weights
  • Wilber, Nebraska Czech Festival
  • Czech Connection
  • Musical Roots Discovered and Celebrated
  • I located my Ancestral Village
  • Let’s talk Family History
  • What can you expect to find when your ancestors left Czechoslovakia 130 years ago?
Volume 3 Number 3 Summer 1991
  • Membership Approves Nonprofit Incorporation
  • Society Networking
  • C.G.S. Members Experience CSFR Archives
  • “Rolnik,” “Sedlak” and the Others (terms for land settlers)
  • My Bohemian Ancestor
  • Rusin History in a Nutshell
  • Success in Svaty Jur
  • The Kolac (pastry)
  • St. Wenceslaus Church, Waterloo, WI
  • Photographs for Your Family History
  • Genealogical Helps
  • Slovak Phonebook Research
Volume 3 Number 2 Spring 1991
  • Eight Weeks in the Czechoslovak Archives
  • Vitame Vas to the Czech & Slovak Museum and Library
  • Ceska Opera Foundation
  • Laddie’s Naked Geese
Volume 3 Number 1 Winter 1991
  • Old Czechoslovakian Prayer
  • Slovakia, Identify to the Past
  • Experiences with the Czech Archives
  • Special Speakers at Fall Quarterly Meeting
  • Strange Things do Happen
  • The Czech Settlement of Steele County, MN
  • While Digging for Roots
  • Success Story!!!
Volume 2 Number 4 Fall 1990
  • Glasscutters
  • Why Whole-Family Genealogy?
  • Minnesota German-Bohemian Heritage Society
  • LC G&M Austria-Hungary 1:75,000 Map Series
  • Slovak Speaking Lutheran Churches in Chicago
Volume 2 Number 3 Summer 1990
  • Energy, Information and Urgency
  • On Our Age-Old Homeland of Bohemia and Moravia
  • Treasures of Slovak Folk Dress
  • Hlasatel – A Czech Language Newspaper
  • Dejiny Spolku Sv. Vojtecha
Volume 2 Number 2 Spring 1990
  • Return to Langendorf
  • What’s In A Name (on family names)
  • Kutna Hora
  • Meet Your First Vice President (Dave Pavelka)
  • Kutna Hora: From There to Here
Volume 2 Number 1 Winter 1990
  • In Addition To . . . . Genealogy
  • Czech Tidbits
  • Moravsky Den 50 Years
  • Archives of the Czechs and Slovaks Abroad
Volume 1, Number 3, Fall 1989
  • The Art & Science of Oral History
  • Digging up Dirt – Skeletons in family closets
  • Czech Research – Czech Heritage Collection
  • Immigrants from Spis County, Slovakia
  • Folk Costume Seminar
  • When Writing to The Czech Consulate
Volume 1, Number 2, Summer 1989
  • Report from the National Genealogical Society
  • Using your Society
  • The History of a Bohemian Village – Borova
  • Research Source – Social Security Information
  • Book Review -History of the Czechs in the State of SD
  • C.G.S. Library – A part of M.G.S.
Volume 1, Number 1, Spring 1989
  • Broadway Avenue Historic District Cleveland, OH
  • St. John Nepomuk Catholic Church St. Louis, MO
  • Treasurer’s Report 1988
  • C.G.S. grows to 370 members
  • Board of Directors announces genealogical newsletter.

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