Czech-Slovak Interest Group of Eastside Genealogical Society: Czech-Slovak Research Helps & Web Sites

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Translation Services:

Need someone to translate Czech documents (letters, official documents, newspaper articles, etc.)? Sylvie Dacikova Thacker is a Czech native, living in the Puget Sound area, and can do your translations. Contact her direct for current rates and to make arrangements [email protected] .

Also Dagmar K. Koenig, Ph.D., can translate Czech, Slovak, and English.You can email her [email protected]. Or contact her through her website Dagmar Koening Website

Develop / Maintain Your Czech Speaking Skills at the Czech Table

This is an opportunity for Czech language speakers to keep their language and cultural heritage alive in Seattle. The group meets weekly at the Continental Restaurant (4549 University Way NE, Seattle). Native speakers and students learning the language meet together.

The Czech Table meets every other Tuesday, 4:30-6:30 PM during University of Washington Quarters. This is an established, on-going group that follows the University of Washington schedule. They meet every Tuesday during the Autumn, Winter and Spring quarters. If there's a Czech class during Summer, they will be meeting then, too. All Czech speakers are invited to visit the Czech table whenever the U is in session. See the web site for more information or send an email to the Czech Table Czech: C'esky' Stuul

Web Sites:

Karel Kysilka's Czech Homepage contains the following and more:

  • Czech Surnames
  • Political Subdivision of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia

    LDS Family History Library Guides Online (in PDF format):

  • Czech and Slovak Letter Writing Guide
  • Czech Word List

    Cyndi's List Page for The Czech Republic and Slovakia
    Federation of East European Family History Societies (FEEFHS)
    WorldGenWeb Site for The Czech Republic
    WorldGenWeb Site for Slovakia
    Searching for Slovak Ancestors
    Slovakia - Village, Town, and City Names

    JewishGen's Community Database (Used to be Shtetl Seeker)-- a site created by JewishGen that can help you find town names in Europe

    Czech Research Outline -- Outline on conducting Czech research, with sections on Czech history, vocabulary and language, gazetteers, maps, records types (church, land, military, migration documents) conducting research through Czech archives, Internet research etc. Includes bibliography.

    Addresses and contact information for the Provincial, District, State, and City Archives of The Czech Republic.
    Addresses and contact information for the National Archives of Slovakia.

    Czech/Slovak Researchers:

    CGSI Researchers

    Czech and Slovaks in Virginia:

    Virginia Czechs and Slovaks

    Czech Travel:

    Travel Guide, Hotels, Manors, Castles, etc.

    Slovakia Travel:

    Towns and Villages
    Tours - Helene Cincebeaux
    Tours - Continental Journeys
    Personal Guided Tours


    Czech Maps, Slovakia Map
    Regions of Bohemia 1 of 2, Regions of Bohemia 2 of 2
    Bohemia/Political/Circa 1800

    Telephone Directories:

    U.S. Telephone Numbers / Addresses
    Slovakia Telephone Directory
    Czech Telephone Directory


    Multilingual Dictionary, English to Slovak, Slovak to English Dictionary
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