- Moravian 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.
- German-Bohemian Genealogical Newslist This mailing list is NOT maintained by the Czech Republic WorldGenWeb coordinator.
- 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-Lfirstname.lastname@example.org (for individual messages)
CZECH-Demail@example.com (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
Ceska genealogicka a heraldicka
spolecnost v Praze
186 00 Praha 8
Czech & Slovak American Genealogy
Society of Illinois
P.O. Box 313
Sugar Grove, Ill. 60554
(Offers research opportunities)
Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
P.O. Box 16225
St. Paul, Minn. 55116-0225
(Newsletter concerning Czech and Slovak Genealogy)
(Offers research for Genealogy)
National Czech and Slovak Museum
30 16th Ave. S.W.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404
Resources available at NCSML Library:
Nase rodina: Newsletter of the Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, vol. II
Guide to Genealogical Records in the National Archives
Genealogical Research: Tracing Czech, Moravian and Slovak Ancestry
Genealogical Research for Czech and Slovak Americans
A Handbook of Czechoslovak Genealogical Research
Koreny (Roots): Journal of the Czech & Slovak American Genealogical Society of Illinois
Volunteers are scanning Ellis Island Records (SF Examiner 2/2/99). Climbing the family tree will take a lot less clawing as soon as a nonprofit foundation finishes a more than $15 million project to post Ellis Island immigration records on the internet. By helping people to access information instantly that previously was buried in a bureaucratic quagmire, the project will revolutionize genealogicial research for many of the more than 113 million Americans who already actively pursue their family histories. Officials at the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island Foundation in NY, the same organization that gave Lady Liberty a face lift in 1986 without any public funding, estimate that more than 40% of Americans can trace their European ancestry back to Ellis Island. By the end of 2000, the foundation hopes, people will be able
to enter any information they know about a progenitor and the program will search more than 20 million records for a match. The software will even be able to tolerate misspellings. If a match is found, the researcher can choose to print out a photo of the ship and a copy of the original manifesto that marked the immigrant's arrival. http://www.wallofhonor.com/entry-gen.asp
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.
Please join - the fee is small, the benefits large
This page launched May 1, 1997
Julia Krapfl maintained the Czech Republic GenWeb site from 1998 - 2000.
April 2, 2000
Czech Republic WorldGenWeb Site Maintenance
Submit general queries to the Czech Republic GenConnect Query Forum at http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/CzechRepublic/General .
Do NOT send queries to me.
©2000 by Ken Sajdak