The following material was extracted with permission from German Bohemians, The Quiet Immigrants written by LaVern J. Rippley and Robert Paulson.
Research questions may directed to Robert Paulson email@example.com. Information on purchasing German-Bohemians, The Quiet Immigrants is located on the Publications page.
- German-Bohemian Surnames?(PDF) found in both Brown County, Minnesota and Kreis Bischofteinitz, Bohemia
- German-Bohemian surnames found in Brown and Nicollet Counties?(PDF), Minnesota
- Map of Die Alte Heimat/The New Homeland
The following material was extracted with permission from Border People: The B?hmish (German-Bohemians) in America written by Ken Meter and Robert Paulson.
Research questions may be directed to Ken Meter firstname.lastname@example.org. The book may be ordered from Crossroads Resource Center, PO Box 7432, Minneapolis, MN 55407.
The following material was extracted with permission from an article by Ed Langer entitled “Landskroner Emigration to the American Midwest”. Research questions may be directed to Ed Langer at email@example.com.
- Landskroners in Wisconsin
- Map of Landskron
- German and Czech Emigration from Landskron/Lanskroun, Bohemia to the Midwest
- Die Landskroner Emigration, Boehmen, in den Mittleren Westen Nordamerikas
“Aus dem Egerland, nach Milwaukee” by Susan Muehlhans-Karides