Czech Republic Genealogy GenWeb Page
World GenWeb Links
The Czech, Bohemian,
and Moravian Genealogical Research Page
Czech Genealogy Page by Patrick
Czech Heritage of Texas Page
Events, culture, message boards and chat rooms, multimedia, genealogy links.
National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library
Has a large book collection of family histories, Czech music and fiction,
Czech reference books, and exhibits! Located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in
the midst of a small Czech village.
Federation of East European Family History
Societies Great references for all eastern Europe and a map room!
Welcome to Czech Happenings News
updates, press releases, weather, sports, classified advertising, pronunciation
guide, travel, business index, and Slovakia news updates.
Czech Information Center
Resources about Czechoslovkia and local links.
Slovak & Ruysn
Roots: Getting Started A guide for researching your roots in the Slovak
and Czech Republics by John A. Hudick.(Webmasters note: Anyone know where to find this?
Cyndi's List of Genealogy
Sites on the Internet - Eastern Europe Maps, gazateers, history and
culture, libraries and museums, language, mailing lists, and many more
Society of Arts and Sciences The Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences
(SVU) has been awarded a grant from the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs
to survey historical sites and monuments, and the archival material relating
to Czech-Americans. The project is envisioned as a long-term and broadly
based effort, involving close cooperation with individual Czech-American
organizations and relevant institutions in the Czech Republic, such as
the Naprstek Museum. It is our hope eventually to enlarge the project to
include Slovak materials with the cooperation of the relevant Slovak organizations
in America. The project is coordinated by Dr. Miloslav Rechcigl, who has
had extensive experience in the history of Czechs and Slovaks in America.
Kysilka Home Page Includes articles on the origin and distribution
of Czech surnames, the development of parish registers in Bohemia, and
others. In Czech and English.
The Moravian Church Home Page
Moravian Church Genealogy
Eastern Slovakia, Slovak
and Carpatho-Rusyn Genealogical Research
Country Index Links to online resources for several countries from
the Institute on East Central Europe at Columbia University.
in Czech Republic
Mestska knihovna v Praz / Municipal Library
Libraries of Europe
Cemeteries in Europe
CGSI - CzechoSlovak Genealogical Society
International is the world largest society made up of people researching
their Czech and
Slovak family histories. Our society has over 4000 members, we are
a not-for-profit all volunteer group. We hold national meeting and conferences,
publish books, and are now up-dating our web site. http://www.cgsi.org
The CGSI has a quarterly publication, the Nase rodina, which is about 40
pages long , and every two years a 100 page journal called Rocenka is published.
Church Mailing List For the world-wide Moravian Church, the oldest
Protestant denomination. This list is for an exchange of Moravian records,
genealogies, references, and historical information; especially in Europe
and Colonial America.
CZECH-L mailing list at Rootsweb. The CZECH-L
Mailing List is for those interested in researching ancestry in the Czech
crown lands of Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia.
To subscribe, send an e-mail message to:
CZECH-Lemail@example.com (for individual messages)
CZECH-Dfirstname.lastname@example.org (for a digest of multiple messages)
SLOVAK-ROOTS fills a need in the genealogy
community for a list dealing with this area, one which deals with genealogy
queries only and is not gatewayed with any newsgroup. This site is maintained
by Maura Petzolt started a new list
for those persons searching for relatives who came from the former Austria-Hungary
(currently mostly countries of Hungary, Czech and Slovak Republics).http://www.onelist.com/subscribe/SLOVAK-ROOTS
INTERNATIONAL INTERNET GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
(IIGS) April 1999 Newsletter. http://www.iigs.org/newsletter/9904news/index.htm
INTERNATIONAL INTERNET GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
(IIGS) PROJECTS REGISTRY. Please visit http://www.iigs.org/projects_registry/index.htm
for information on how you can list your projects with descriptions and,
if volunteers are needed, the skills that will be needed to assist in your
projects. The projects registry is currently available in English, Dutch,
French, Norwegian, and Swedish. Pages in other languages will be added
as translators volunteer to prepare them. If you want to enter your project
or know of some projects that should be included, please complete the online
application form. The projects should be of interest to a significant part
of the genealogical community.
Are you new to online research? Here's a list
of links that will help you understand the process of using the Internet
for family history research.
Internet Stuff You Need To Know
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet Your
genealogical research portal onto the Internet.
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