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German-Bohemian (Böhmisch)

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This page contains item descriptions and links for digital resources to assist with German-Bohemian (Böhmisch) research.

Resources included here are found in CGSI's quarterly journal Naše rodina, recorded presentations, articles, books, and maps in CGSI website's Digital Library, and in related external websites.

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General German-Bohemian Resources

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Naše rodina (1994 June) A Youthful Quest Fulfilled, Bob Paulson
Video (2014) German-Bohemians: Who Are These People? History, Culture and Immigration to the United States, Wade Olsen
Video (2021) German-Bohemians: Who Are They? Where Did They Come From? Where Did They Settle?, Robert J. Paulson
Naše rodina
(1990 Fall)
Minnesota German-Bohemian Heritage Society, Robert J. Paulson

German-Bohemian History

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Naše rodina (2007 March) The Kingdom of Bohemia (Das Königreich Böhmen), Ginger Simek CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2007 March) Village Life in Old German Bohemia, Karen Hobbs CGSI Digital Library

Immigration

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Presentation
(2013)

German Bohemian Migration from Bukovina to the Americas, Steve Parke

CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2021 June) Bohemian Immigration to Brazil: Meeting Minutes from 1900, Franz Oppitz (Transcribed by Ovidio Hillebrand and Translated to English by Maria Betânia Ferreira Champagne) CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2008 December) Bremen and Hamburg: The Ports, Shipping Companies, and Agents, Maralyn A. Wellauer-Lenius CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2021 March) Czech, German-Bohemian And Slovak Passengers To Milwaukee And Racine, Wisconsin, Leo Baca CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2002 March) Czech, Slovak & German-Bohemian Immigration to Michigan, Paul Makousky CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2003 June) Early Immigration and Settlement Patterns of German-Bohemians to New UIm and Brown County, Minnesota, Robert J. Paulson CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2021 March) From the “Coasts of Bohemia” to an “Island” in Wisconsin: The Landskroner/Lanškrouner Settlement of Waterloo Township, Wisconsin, Edward G. Langer CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2003 June) German-Bohemian Immigration to St. Paul, Minnesota, Linda Therkelsen CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2021 June) Immigration of German-Bohemians in Southern Brazil, Marcio Vinicius Scheibler CGSI Digital Library
Ročenka (Winter 1995-1996) Landskroner Emigration to the American Midwest, Edward G. Langer CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2008 December) The Czech and German Pioneers of the Big Timber Community, Harwood G. Kolsky CGSI Digital Library
Audio File (1997) The Migration of Germans from the Hills of Bohemia to the Plains of the Upper Midwest, Robert Paulson CGSI Digital Library

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Naše rodina (2000 June) Baffled by Old German Script?, (editor) CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2015 December) Czech and German Surnames of Czechs, Jan “Hansi” Ebert CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (1994 June) German Dialects of Bohemia and Moravia-Silesia, E. Schwarz CGSI Digital Library
Naše rodina (2008 March) German Terms Found on Passenger Ship Manifests, Paul Makousky (editor) CGSI Digital Library
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