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German-Bohemian (Böhmisch) Curated Reading List

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A curated reading list of German-Bohemian (Böhmisch) topics of articles are published in CGSI's (Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International) quarterly journal Naše rodina, and are available online in the Members-Only section of the CGSI.org website's Digital Library.  Don't miss the two past CGSI presentation videos, available for your viewing, at the bottom of this reading list.

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Month & Year

Volume:Issue

Article Title / Author

June 2021

33:2

Bohemian Immigration to Brazil: Meeting Minutes from 1900, Franz Oppitz (Transcribed by Ovidio Hillebrand and Translated to English by Maria Betânia Ferreira Champagne)

Immigration of German-Bohemians in Southern Brazil, Marcio Vinicius Scheibler

March 2021

33:1

From The “Coasts of Bohemia” To An “Island” In Wisconsin: The Landskroner/Lanškrouner Settlement of Waterloo Township, Wisconsin, Edward G. Langer

Czech, German-Bohemian And Slovak Passengers To Milwaukee And Racine, Wisconsin

December 2015

27:4

Czech and German Surnames of Czechs, Jan “Hansi” Ebert

December 2008

20:4

Bremen and Hamburg: The Ports, Shipping Companies, and Agents, Maralyn A. Wellauer-Lenius

The Czech and German Pioneers of the Big Timber Community, Harwood G. Kolsky

March 2008

20:1

German Terms Found on Passenger Ship Manifests, Paul Makousky

March 2007

19:1

The Kingdom of Bohemia (Das Königreich Böhmen), Ginger Simek

Village Life in Old German Bohemia, Karen Hobbs

March 2004

16:1

Traditional German-Bohemian Tracht, Karen Hobbs

June 2003

15:2

German-Bohemian Immigration to St. Paul, Minnesota, Linda Therkelsen

Early Immigration and Settlement Patterns of German-Bohemians to New UIm and Brown County, Minnesota, Robert J. Paulson

March 2002

14:1

Crossing Borders: Czechs and Germans in Menominee, Michigan, Ken Meter

Czech, Slovak & German-Bohemian Immigration to Michigan, Paul Makousky

June 2000

12:2

Baffled by Old German Script?

March 2000

12:1

Bohemians in the Banat, Ed Brandt

Ročenka

2000

4

The Germans of Czechoslovakia and Using German Heimat Literature for Genealogical Research, Karen Hobbs

March 1998

10:1

German-Bohemian Research Assistance, Ginger VogI Simek

Ročenka

1997-1998

3

Bohemian Germans in Eastern Galicia, Duncan B. Gardiner

June 1996

8:2

The Folk, "old time" Music of German-Bohemians, La Vern J. Rippley

Ročenka

1995-1996

2

Landskroner Emigration to the American Midwest, Edward G. Langer

September 1994

6:3

Border People - The Bohmisch (German-Bohemians) In America [Review], Clair Haberman

June 1994

6:2

German Dialects of Bohemia and Moravia-Silesia, E. Schwarz

Spring 1992

4:2

Visit to a German-Bohemian Ancestral Village, Cecilie Gaziano

Ročenka

1992

1

The Bohmisch (German-Bohemians) in America, Ken Meter and Robert Paulson

Fall 1990

2:4

Minnesota German-Bohemian Heritage Society, Robert J. Paulson

Spring 1990

2:2

Return to Langendorf, Frances Barrow