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Wisconsin

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General Information

Resource Description
Naše rodina (2021 March) Czech, German-Bohemian And Slovak Passengers To Milwaukee And Racine, Wisconsin
Naše rodina (2006 September) Wisconsin Historical Society: A Treasure Chest of Genealogical Resources, Lori B. Bessler
Naše rodina (2004 June) Characteristics of Wisconsin as a "Mini-Europe", Joel Blahnik
Naše rodina (2021 March) Legacy Of A Family In Small Town U.S.A. River Falls, Wisconsin

 

Czechs in Wisconsin

Resource Description
Naše rodina (1997 September) Czech Pioneers in Wisconsin, Miloslav Rechcigl, Jr.
Video (2022) Czechs in Wisconsin, Anna Cookova
Article (1970)

The Czechs in Wisconsin History

Naše rodina (2004 June) The Czechs in Caledonia, Wisconsin, Štěpánka Korytová-Magstadt
Naše rodina (2021 March) The Early Czechs In Caledonia, Jack Makovsky
Naše rodina (2004 June) The Wagon Trail: Following Caledonia Czechs Westward, Paul Makousky
Naše rodina (2021 June)

Legacy of a Family in Small Town USA: River Falls, Wisconsin, Charla Kusilek

Naše rodina (1996 June) The Czech Brass Bands of Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, Joel Blahnik
Naše rodina (1991 Summer) St. Wenceslaus Church, Waterloo, Wisconsin, Kate Radke

 

Slovaks in Wisconsin

Resource Description
Naše rodina (2004 June) Slovak Immigrants to Southeastern Wisconsin, John J. Hosmanek
Naše rodina (2021 March) Slovaks of Milwaukee and Racine Counties, Gerald Novotny and Štěpánka Korytová-Magstadt, Ph.D.
Naše rodina (2003 September) Wisconsin Slovak Museum and Heritage Center, Darinka Majka-Kohl
Naše rodina (2010 December) St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Cudahy, Wisconsin

 

German-Bohemians in Wisconsin

Resource Description
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
Audio (1997)

German and Czech Emigration from Landskron (Lanškroun), Bohemia to the Midwest, Edward Langer

Audio (1997)

The Migration of Germans from the Hills of Bohemia to the Plains of the Upper Midwest, Robert Paulson