Presentations and Speakers 1997

Presentations and Speakers at the 1997 CGSI Conference in Bloomington, Minnesota

Twin Cities Area Research Facilities Paula Stuart Warren
Holidays in the Czech and Slovak Republics Daniela Sipkova Mahoney
Researching Coast to Coast from the Midwest James Warren
Unique Minnesota Ancestral Research Resources Paula Stuart Warren
Regional Networking Sessions (9 Regions)
Regional Archives in the Czech Republic as Sources for Genealogical Research Miroslav Koudelka
Twenty Five Years of Providing Service to North Americans about Slovakia Joseph Hornack
The Bohemian Settlement – St. Paul’s First Czech Community James Sazevich
Sing an Old Song! A Czech and Slovak Pronunciation to Folk Songs Anita Smisek O.P.
Documenting Czech Immigration Arrivals Leo Baca
Sources for Czech, Slovak and Rusin Family History at the Immigration History Research Center Joel Wurl
Experiences With Obtaining and Analyzing Vienna Military and Archive Records Karen Hobbs
An Overview of the Czechoslovakian/Bohemian Decorative Arts from 1900 to 1938 Kathy H. Foster and Wes Nedblake
Researching at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin James Warren
A Time of Passage: The History of the Czechs and Slovaks, 1781-1918 Steve Potach
The Migration of Germans from the Hills of Bohemia to the Plains of the Upper Midwest Robert Paulson
Founding Fathers: The Czechoslovak Legion in Siberia, 1917 to 1920 Joan McGuire Mohr
Czech and Slovak Genealogical Research in America and the Czech and Slovak Republics Duncan Gardiner
The Ethnic Composition of the Austro-Hungarian Empire Ken Meter
German and Czech Emigration from Landskron Lanskroun), Bohemia to the Midwest Edward Langer
Origin and Meaning of Czech and Slovak Town and Village Names Miroslav Koudelka
Czech Genealogical Sources in Light of Czech and Moravian History Duncan Gardiner
Resources to Obtain on the Spot, A Visit to the Ancestral Location Miroslav Koudelka
Cleveland, Ohio and Cuyahoga County, 1880 to the Present and Its Slovak Identification Joseph Hornack
Recruitment Practices and the Lives of Recruits Under the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy Karen Hobbs
Tracing the History of a House James Sazevich
Writing Your Family History in Small Manageable Pieces James Warren
Do You Hear What I Hear? The Sounds of Unique Czechoslovak Folk Instruments Anita Smisek O.P. and Joel Blahnik
Austria-Hungary: A Primer for Genealogists Duncan Gardiner
Saved By an Angel Leo Baca
Czech and Slovak Travel Forum Mark Bigaouette
Getting the Most Mileage from Genealogical Research Trips Paula Stuart Warren
Bohemia: The Crossroads of Europe Ken Meter
Introduction to Computer Genealogy Chris Miksanek