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The Encyclopedia of Bohemian and Czech-American Biography Volume I, II, and III

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This encyclopedia covers a universe, starting a few decades after the discovery of the New World, through the escapades and significant contributions of Bohemian Jesuits and Moravian Brethren in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and the mass migration of the Czechs after the revolutionary year of 1848 up to the early years of the twentieth century and the influx of refugees from Nazism and Communism.

This encyclopedia encompasses significant individuals from the earliest known entry of a Czech on American soil to date, including the contemporaries. Included are not only those individuals born in the Czech Lands, who immigrated to America, but also their descendants, irrespective of the generation.

For easier use, instead of alphabetical arrangement, the publication has been arranged into specific sections by various facets and areas of human endeavor, covering business, religion, government & politics, law, music, dramatic art, visual art, creative writing, publishing, media, education, activism & reform, the humanities, social sciences, biological sciences, physical sciences & mathematics, engineering, medicine, military, exploration, espionage, sports, modeling, and recreation. The publication, however, has an alphabetical index as well.


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