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*Miller, Olga K. ''Genealogical research for Czech and Slovak Americans''. Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research, 1978. (FHL book 943.7 D27m).
 
*Miller, Olga K. ''Genealogical research for Czech and Slovak Americans''. Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research, 1978. (FHL book 943.7 D27m).
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*Capek, Thomas. "The Cechs (Bohemians) in America : a study of the national, cultural, political, social, economic and religious life". New York: Arno and the New York Times, 1969. (FHL book 973 B4ai v. 1).
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*Koudelka, Miroslav. “Early Censuses in the Czech Lands (before World War I). Naše Rodina: Our Family. Newsletter of the Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International, v. 11, number 2. St. Paul, MN: CGSI, 1999. (973 D25nas v. 10-11 1998-1999).
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*Seton-Watson, Robert William. "A History of the Czechs and Slovaks". Hamden, Connecticut : Archon, 1965. (943.7 H2s)
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Helpful publications at the Family History Library are:

  • Schlyter, Daniel Martin. A Handbook of Czechoslovak genealogical research. Buffalo Grove, Illinois: Genun, 1985. (FHL book 943.7 D27s).
  • Miller, Olga K. Genealogical research for Czech and Slovak Americans. Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research, 1978. (FHL book 943.7 D27m).
  • Capek, Thomas. "The Cechs (Bohemians) in America : a study of the national, cultural, political, social, economic and religious life". New York: Arno and the New York Times, 1969. (FHL book 973 B4ai v. 1).
  • Koudelka, Miroslav. “Early Censuses in the Czech Lands (before World War I). Naše Rodina: Our Family. Newsletter of the Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International, v. 11, number 2. St. Paul, MN: CGSI, 1999. (973 D25nas v. 10-11 1998-1999).
  • Seton-Watson, Robert William. "A History of the Czechs and Slovaks". Hamden, Connecticut : Archon, 1965. (943.7 H2s)