Czech-Slovak Protective Society
The Czech-Slovak Protective Society and the Czecho Slovakian Association are or were organizations supporting the welfare of Czech and Slovak immigrants to the United States.The Czech-Slovak Protectiv...
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ZCBJ
Zapadni Cesko-Bratrska Jednota or Západní Česko-Bratrská Jednota, also known as ZCBJ or ZČBJ, was a Czech-language newspaper in the United States. It was founded and published by Jan Rosický (1845–19...
C.S.P.S. Hall (Saint Paul, Minnesota)
The C.S.P.S. Hall, also known as CSPS Sokol Hall, is the home of the Czech-Slovak Protective Society Hall — a recreation center and meeting house used for social events, including Sokol events; import...
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Omaha Bee
The Omaha Bee was a pioneer newspaper in Omaha, Nebraska founded on May 8, 1871, by Edward Rosewater, a Bohemian Jewish immigrant who supported abolition and fought in the Union Army. The Bee was rega...
Rad Saline Center cis. 389 Z.C.B.J.
The Rad Saline Center cis. 389 Z.C.B.J., also known as Saline Center Lodge Hall, is an historic building in rural Nebraska located about 9 miles north of Western, Nebraska that was built in 1939. It w...
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Czechoslovak Museum
The Czechoslovak Museum is located at 2021 U Street in South Omaha, Nebraska.
The original Sokol Hall was established in 1911. It did not contain a Czech museum at that time, but was specifically ...
Bethabara Historic District
Bethabara Historic District was a small Moravian community located in Forsyth County, North Carolina that was first settled in 1753. It is now a National Historic Landmark and is an open-air museum.
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Forty-Eighters
The Forty-Eighters were Europeans who participated in or supported the revolutions of 1848 that swept Europe. In the German states, the Forty-Eighters favored unification of the German people, a more ...
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Rad Slavin cis. 112 Z.C.B.J. Hall
The Rad Slavin cis. 112 Z.C.B.J. Hall, also known as National Hall, is a building in Comstock, Nebraska, United States, that was built in 1909. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Place...
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Carl Heinrich Schnauffer
Carl Heinrich Schnauffer (4 July 1823 Heimsheim - 4 September 1854 Baltimore, Maryland) was a poet, soldier and editor.He founded the Baltimore Wecker in the fall of 1851. Before this time, he was one...
South Broadway, Cleveland
South Broadway is a neighborhood on the southeast side of Cleveland, Ohio. One of the city's oldest neighborhoods, it originated as the township of Newburgh, first settled in 1799. Much of the area ha...
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Amalie Hofer
Amalie Hofer, née Weissenrieder (12 September 1820, Gengenbach, Baden - 18 February 1872) was the German wife of Johann Hofer (18 August 1810 in Önsbach - 4 August 1880 in Offenburg)Both were agitator...
Teedyuscung
Teedyuscung (1700–1763) was known as King of the Delawares. He worked to establish a permanent Lenape (Delaware) home in eastern Pennsylvania in the Lehigh, Susquehanna and Delaware River valleys. Tee...
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George von Amsberg
Georg von Amsberg (June 24, 1821 – November 21, 1876) was a German, who served in Austria, Hungary, and the United States as a military officer in both the Hungarian revolution of 1848 and the America...
Congressional Czech Caucus
Congressional Czech Caucus was inaugurated on February 27, 2008 in Washington, D.C.
(List in progress, March 4, 2008)(List in progress, April 10, 2008)
Kolin, Louisiana
Kolin is an unincorporated community in Rapides Parish, Louisiana in the United States and part of the Alexandria, Louisiana metropolitan area. Along with the nearby town of Libuse, it was founded in ...
Screen painting
Screen painting is painting on window screens. It is a folk art form originating in immigrant working-class neighborhoods in Baltimore, Maryland, in the early 20th century.The wire screen section of a...
Ashe County, North Carolina
Ashe County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of the 2010 census, the population was 27,281. Its county seat is Jefferson.
Historical evidence shows that Ashe county was ...
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Moravian mission at Shekomeko
The Moravian mission at Shekomeko was founded in 1740 by Christian Henry Rauch to convert the Mahican Indians in eastern New York.
In the late 1730s the Moravian Church established their first mis...
George Henry Loskiel
George Henry Loskiel (Latvian: Georgs Heinrihs Loskīls; German: Georg Heinrich Loskiel) (7 November 1740 in Rinda, Latvia – 23 February 1814 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) was presiding bishop of...
East Monument Historic District
East Monument Historic District (also known as B-5162) is a national historic district in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is a large residential area with a commercial area located along East M...
Masaryktown, Florida
Masaryktown is a census-designated place (CDP) in Hernando County, Florida, United States. The population was 920 at the 2000 census. It is named after the first president of Czechoslovakia, Tomáš G...
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Bohemian National Home
The Bohemian National Home is a historic building in Detroit, Michigan. The brick building sits at the corner of Tillman Street and Butternut Street in the residential section adjacent to the 3,000 bl...
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Nazareth Hall
Nazareth Hall (1752–1929) was a school in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1754 in hopes that Count Nikolaus Ludwig Zinzendorf would return from Europe and settle permanently in the community; ...
Zapadni Ceska Bratrska Jednota
Zapadni Ceska Bratrska Jednota, is the name of a fraternal association of Czech Americans, founded in 1897, which translates as Western Bohemian Fraternal Association. The name was changed to the Wes...
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Johannes Scherr
Johannes Scherr (3 October 1817 – 21 November 1886), was a German-born novelist and literary critic most of whose working life was spent in Switzerland.
Scherr was born in Hohenrechberg, Württembe...
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