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Czech and Slovak History: An American Bibliography

Compiled by George J. Kovtun
Introductory Essay by Stanley B. Winters



Table of Contents


Czechs and Slovaks in The U.S.A. and Other Countries

Alexander, [Sylvia] June G. "Diversity within Unity: Regionalism and Social Relationships among Slovaks in Pre-World War I Pittsburgh." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine no. 70 (October 1987): 317-38.

Alexander, Sylvia June G. "The Immigrant Church and Community: The Formation of Pittsburgh's Slovak Religious Institutions, 1890-1914." PhD diss, University of Minnesota, 1980.

Alexander, [Sylvia] June G. The Immigrant Church and Community: Pittsburgh's Slovak Catholics and Lutherans, 1880-1915. Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press, c1987. 198p.

Alexander, [Sylvia] June G. "The Laity in the Church: Slovaks and the Catholic Church in Pre-World War I Pittsburgh." Church History 53, no. 3 (September 1984): 363-78.

Alexander, [Sylvia] June G. "Staying Together: Chain Migration and Patterns of Slovak Settlement in Pittsburgh Prior to World War I." Journal of American Ethnic History 1, no. 1 (Fall 1981): 56-83. Also in: Emigration & Immigration: The Old World Confronts the New, vol. 2: American Immigration & Ethnicity, edited by George E. Pozzetta, 1-29. New York: Garland, 1991.

"The American Fund for Czechoslovak Refugees." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 101-103. Period 1968-1970.

"American Relief for Czechoslovakia." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 96-98. Period 1945-1948.

"American Sokol Organization." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 133-44.

Andic, V. E. "Trends in Czech and Slovak Economic Enterprise in the New World." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 523-27.

Andic, Vojtech E. "The Way Americans Helped Czechoslovakia." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 90-92.

Atkins, Thomas A. The Manor of Philipsburgh: A Paper Read before the New York Historical Society. [Yonkers, N.Y.] Yonkers Historical and Library Association, 1894. 23p.

Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists. Halletsville, Tex.: Old Homestead Pub.; Richardson, Tex.: Copies from L. Baca, c1983- c1989. 3 vols.

Balch, Emily G. "Bohemian Emigration." In her Our Slavic Fellow Citizens, 1910 [Chapter 4, Balch]: 63-84.

Balch, Emily G. "Bohemians as Immigrants." In Bohemia under Hapsburg Misrule, 1915 [Chapter 4, Capek, Thomas]: 176-87.

Balch, Emily G. "Slovak Emigration." In her Our Slavic Fellow Citizens, 1910 [Chapter 4, Balch]: 85-119.

Bartell, Frank W., and Ella Bartell. "A Brief History of the Czechs in New Jersey." In The New Jersey Ethnic Experience, edited by Barbara Cunningham, 158-65. Union City, N.J.: W. H. Wise, c1977.

Barton, Josef J. "Land, Labor, and Community in Nueces: Czech Farmers and Mexican Laborers in South Texas, 1880-1930." In Ethnicity on the Great Plains, edited by Frederick C. Luebke, 190-209. Lincoln: Published by the University of Nebraska Press for the Center for Great Plains Studies, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, c1980.

Barton, Josef J. Peasants and Strangers: Italians, Rumanians, and Slovaks in an American City, 1890-1950. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1975. 217p.

Barton, Josef J. "Religion and Cultural Change in Czech Immigrant Communities, 1850-1920." In Immigrants and Religion in Urban America, edited by Randall M. Miller and Thomas D. Marzik, 3-24. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, c1977.

Bazovsky, John L. "Early Slovaks in Los Angeles (1883-1945)." Slovak Studies 13 (1973): 203-216.

Bednar, Karol. "The Slovak Gymnastic Union Sokol in the U.S.A." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 144-52.

Benesh, Anton. "Michigan Czechs and Slovaks." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 54-57.

Bicha, Karel D. The Czechs in Oklahoma. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, c1980. 81p.

Bicha, Karel D. "Czech-American Historiography: 1964-1987." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 9, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter): 144-50.

Bielik, Frantisek. "Slovak Emigration in the Years 1880-1939 and Problems Involved in Its Study." In Overseas Migration from East- Central and Southeastern Europe, 1880-1940, 1990 [Chapter 4, Puskas]: 59-73.

"Biographies." 1970. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs.

Blasko, Stefan. "Memorial of the American Slovaks from the Year 1904." Slovak Studies 20 (1980): 167-89. Includes English and Hungarian original texts and Slovak translation of the Memorial.

Borchert, James, and Susan Danziger-Borchert. "Migrant Responses to the City: The Neighborhood, Case Studies in Black and White, 1870-1940." Slovakia 31, no. 57 (1984): 9-45. Includes Slovak immigrants.

Braxator, Frantisek. "Slovaks Abroad and Their Relationship to Czecho-Slovakia." In Slovakia in the 19th and 20th Centuries, 973 [Chapter 4, Kirschbaum, Joseph]: 343-50.

Brown, Melva L. Czech-Town, U.S.A.: Prague (Kolache-ville) Oklahoma. [Prague, Okla.]: Brown, c1977. 184p.

Busek, Vratislav. "Statistics on the Czechs and Slovaks in the United States." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 13-14.

Busek, Vratislav, and Jan Shintay. "The Czechs and Slovaks of New York." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 18-29. Cada, Joseph. Czech-American Catholics, 1850-1920. Chicago: Printed by the Benedictine Abbey Press [1964] 124p.

[Cada] Chada, Joseph. The Czechs in the United States. [Washington, D.C.] SVU Press, c1981. 292p.

Cada, Joseph. "Czechs of Chicago." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 30-34.

Capek, Thomas. American Czechs in Public Office. Omaha: Czech Historical Society of Nebraska, 1940. [9p]

Capek, Thomas. Ancestry of Frederick Philipse, First Lord and Founder of Philipse Manor at Yonkers, N.Y. New York: Paebar, 1939. 28p.

Capek, Thomas. Augustine Herrman of Bohemia Manor. Prague: [State Printing Office] 1930. 35p. Also listed in Biographies and Memoirs, Herman.

Capek, Thomas. The Cech (Bohemian) Community of New York. New York: The Czechoslovak Section of America's Making, 1921. 93p.

Capek, Thomas. The Cechs (Bohemians) in America: A Study of Their National, Cultural, Political, Social, Economic, and Religious Life. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1920. 293p.

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Capek, Thomas. Czechs and Slovaks in American Banking. New York, Chicago: Fleming H. Revell Co., 1920. 60p.

Capek Thomas. Czechs and Slovaks in the United States Census. New York: The Paebar Company, 1939. 19p.

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Capek, Thomas. Slavs in the United States Census, 1850-1940, with Special Reference to Czechoslovaks. Chicago, Ill.: The Czechoslovak National Council of America, 1943. 15p.

Capek, Thomas. The Slovaks of Hungary: Slavs and Panslavism. New York: The Knickerbocker Press, 1906. 214p.

Capek, Thomas. "Sociological Factors in Czech Immigration." Slavonic and East European Review 22, no. 61 (December 1944): 93- 98.

Chrislock, C[arl] Winston. Charles Jonas (1840-1896): Czech National Liberal, Wisconsin Bourbon Democrat. 1993. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Jonas.

Cink, Kenneth. "Czech-American Radicalism in the United States, 1849-1924." PhD diss, University of Chicago, 1970.

Culen, [Konstantin] Constantine. "Beginnings of the Slovak League of America." Slovakia 17, no. 40 (1967): 18-28.

Culen, Konstantin. "The Cult of SS. Cyril and Methodius amongst the Slovaks in U.S.A. and Canada." Slovakia 22, no. 45 (1972): 98-113.

Culen, Konstantin. "The Lattimer Massacre." Translated by M. Martina Tybor. Slovakia 27, no. 50 (1977): 44-61. Excerpts from K. Culen's Dejiny Slovakov v Amerike.

Culen, [Konstantin] Constantine. "Slovak Emigration." Slovakia 8, no. 2 (June 1958): 49-55.

"Czech Pioneers in Hopkins, Minnesota." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 51-53.

"The Czechs of Iowa." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 40-46.

"Czechoslovak National Council of America." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 104-32.

Dolak, George. A History of Slovak Evangelical Lutheran Church in the United States of America, 1902-1927. Saint Louis, Mo.: Concordia Pub. House, [c1955] 207p.

Droba, Daniel D., ed. Czech and Slovak Leaders in Metropolitan Chicago. Chicago: The Slavonic Club of the University of Chicago, 1934. 307p.

Duben, Vojtech N. "Czech and Slovak Press Outside Czechoslovakia." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 528-45. From 19th century to 1960s.

Duben, Vojtech N. Czech and Slovak Press outside Czechoslovakia: Its Status in 1978. Washington: Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences in America, 1978. 62p.

Duben, Vojtech N. "The Journalistic Endeavors of Czech and Slovak Exiles (1945-1964)." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 1, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 844-59.

Duben, Vojtech N. "110 Years of Czech and Slovak Press in the United States." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 63-67. Followed by a list of Czech and Slovak periodicals as of September 1969, 68-72.

Dubovicky, Ivan. "Czech-Americans: An Ethnic Dilemma." Nebraska History 74, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 195-208.

Dvorak, Josef A., comp. History of the Czechs in the state of South Dakota. Tabor, S.D.: Czech Heritage Preservation Society, c1980. 189p. Translation of Dejiny Cechuv ve statu South Dakota.

[Dvornik, Frantisek] Dvornik, Francis. Czech Contributions to the Growth of the United States. Chicago: Benedictine Abbey Press, 1962?. 109p.

Erhardt, Clement D. Augustine Herrman, Lord of Bohemian Manor. [Baltimore, 1965] 20p. Also listed in Biographies and Memoirs, Herman.

Ference, Gregory C. "Slovak Immigration to the United States in the Light of American, Czech, and Slovak History." Nebraska History 74, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 130-35.

Freeze, Karen J. "Czechs." In Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups, edited by Stephan Thernstrom, 261-72. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University, 1980.

Garver, Bruce M. "Americans of Czech and Slovak Ancestry in the History of Czechoslovakia." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 11, no. 2 (Winter 1933): 1-14.

Garver, Bruce M. "Czech-American Freethinkers on the Great Plains, 1871-1914." In Ethnicity on the Great Plains, edited by Frederick C. Luebke, 147-69. Lincoln: Published by the University of Nebraska Press for the Center for Geat Plains Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, c1980.

Garver, Bruce M. "Czech-American Protestants: A Minority within a Minority." Nebraska History 74, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 150- 67.

Gellner, John, and John Smerek. The Czechs and Slovaks in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, c1968. 172p.

Glettler, Monika. "The Hungarian Government Position on Slovak Emigration, 1885-1914." In Overseas Migration from East-Central and Southeastern Europe, 1880-1940, 1990 [Chapter 4, Puskas]: 107-118.

Grassl, Gary C. "Joachim Gans of Prague: America's First Jewish Visitor." 1987. For full citation see Jews and Jewish Affairs.

Greene, Victor R. "Slavic American Nationalism: Poles, Czechs and Slovaks, 1870-1918." In American Contributions to the Seventh International Congress of Slavists, vol. 3 , 1973 [Chapter 4, Cienciala]: 197-215.

Gregorovic, M. Consuela. "Contributions of Rev. Matthew Jankola to Slovak Catholic Education in the United States." Slovak Studies 16 (1976): 7-54.

Griffith, Martha E. "The Czechs in Cedar Rapids." Iowa Journal of History and Politics 42, no. 2 (April 1944): 115-61; no. 3 (July 1944): 266-315.

Heck, Earl L. Augustine Herrman, Beginner of the Virginia Tobacco Trade, Merchant of New Amsterdam and First Lord of Bohemia Manor in Maryland. [Richmond: William Byrd Press) 1941. 123p. Also listed in Biographies and Memoirs, Herman.

Hewitt, William P. "The Czechs in Texas: A Study of the Immigration and the Development of Czech Ethnicity, 1850-1920." PhD diss, University of Texas, 1978.

Hletko, Peter. "The Slovaks of Chicago." Slovakia 19, no. 42 (1969): 32-63.

Hrbkova, Sarka. "Bohemians in Nebraska." Publications of the Nebraska State Historical Society 19 (1919): 140-58.

Hrbkova, Sarka B. The Slavs of Austria-Hungary. Lincoln, Neb.: Society for the Advancement of Slavonic Study, c1918. 30p. Includes Czechs and Slovaks.

Hrdlicka, Ales. ["I Am an American."] In I Am an American, by Famous Naturalized Americans, edited by Robert S. Benjamin, 107- 13. New York: Alliance Book Corporation, 1941.

Hrobak, Philip A. "50 Years of the Slovak League of America." Slovakia 7, no. 2 (June 1957): 10-18.

Hrobak, Philip A. "The Rev. Stephen Furdek." 1955. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Furdek.

Hudak, Andrew F., Jr. Slovaks in Florida. [Winter Park, Fla.]: Agency DaVel, 1991. 112p.

Hudson, Estelle, and Henry R. Maresh. Czech Pioneers of the Southwest. Dallas, Tex.: Southwest Press [c1934] 418p.

Husek, Stephanie O. "Slovak American Fraternal, Cultural, and Civic Organizations to 1914." In Slovaks in America: A Bicentennial Study, 1978 [Chapter 4, Slovaks in America]: 23-38.

Jahelka, Joseph. "The Role of Chicago Czechs in the Struggle for Czechoslovak Independence." Journal of Illinois State Historical Society 31, no. 4 (Dec 1938): 381-410.

Jakesova, Elena. "Emigrants from Slovakia - Immigrants to Canada as an Object of Historical Research." 1984. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Jakesova, Elena. "Slovak Emigrants in Canada As Reflected in Diplomatic Documents (1920-1938). Slovakia 35, no. 64-65 (1991- 1992): 7-35.

Janak, Robert. "From the Historiography of Czech Texas." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal, 9, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter 1990) 134-43.

Jerabek, Esther. "Czechs and Slovaks in Minnesota." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 47-50.

Jerabek, Esther. Czechs and Slovaks in North America: A Bibliography. 1976. For full citation see Chapter 1.

Johnson, Christopher G. "An Oral History Study of Religiosity of Fifty Czech-American Elderly." PhD diss, Iowa State University, 1981.

Kansky, Karel J. "Augustin Herman: The Leading Carthographer of the Seventeenth Century." Maryland Historical Magazine 73, no. 4 (December 1978): 352-59.

Kaye, V. J. "Canadians of Slovak Origin: A Brief Survey." Canadian Slavonic Papers 4 (1959): 147-54.

Kirschbaum, Joseph M. Slovaks in Canada. Toronto: Canadian Ethnic Press Association of Ontario, c1967. 468p.

Kirschbaum, Joseph M. "Stephen B. Roman - Slovak Tycoon." Slovakia 21, no. 44 (1971): 7-19.

Kisch, Guido. In Search of Freedom: A History of American Jews from Czechoslovakia. 1949. For full citation see Jews and Jewish Affairs.

Klimesh, Cyril M. They Came to This Place: A History of Spilville, Iowa, and Its Czech Settlers. Sebastopol, CA: Methodius Press, c1983. 239p.

Kona, Martha M. Slovak Americans and Canadians in American Catholic Who's Who, 1911-1981 and Slovak Ethnicity. Wilmette, Ill.: K & K House, 1984. 101p.

Kona, William. "The Oldest Slovak Newspaper in the U.S.A." Slovakia 15, no. 38 (1965): 38-50.

Konecny, Lawrence, and Clinton Machann. "German and Czech Immigration to Texas: The Bremen-Galveston Route, 1880-1886. Nebraska History 74, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 136-41.

Kopanic, Michael J., Jr. "Conflict and Cooperation among East Central European Immigrants: Slovak Perspectives on Relations with Magyars in Cleveland, 1880-1930." In Time's Passage: The Social and Cultural Seasons of Western Reserve Life, 1-24. Cleveland, Ohio: Western Reserve Historical Society [1989] 4th Western Reserve Studies Symposium at Cleveland in November 1989.

Kopanic, Michael J., Jr. "The Slovak Community of Cleveland: Historiography and Sources." 1990. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Kopanic, Michael J., Jr. "Slovaks in Cleveland, 1870-1930: Neighborhoods, Politics and Nationality Relations." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal, 9, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter 1990): 115-33.

Koralka, Jiri. "Some Remarks on the Future Model of Czech Emigration (1848-1914)." In Overseas Migration from East-Central and Southeastern Europe, 1880-1940, 1990 [Chapter 4, Puskas]: 9- 20.

Koralka, Jiri, and Kveta Koralkova. "Basic Features of Mass Emigration from the Czech Lands during the Capitalist Era." In Les Migrations internationales de la fin du XVIIIe siecle a nos jours, prepared by the International Commission for the History of Social Movements and Structures, 503-25. Paris: Editions du Centre national de la rechereche scientifique, 1980.

Krajsa, Joseph C. "Dr. Peter Hletko, Most Elite of American Slovaks." Slovakia 22, No. 45 (1972): 57-59.

Krajsa, Joseph C. "Slovaks: A Part of the Great Emigration to America." Slovakia 21, no. 44 (1971): 145-63.

Kucera, Vladimir, ed. Czechs and Nebraska, Co-editor Alfred Novacek. [Ord, Neb: Printed by Quiz Graphic Arts, c1967]. 424p.

Kucera, Vladimir, and Alfred Novacek, eds. Czech Cemeteries in Nebraska - Ceske hrbitovy v Nebrasce. [s.l., s.n.], 1972. 105p.

Kupke, Raymond J. "The Slovak National Catholic Church, Passaic, New Jersey, and the Jeczusko Affair." Slovakia 33, no. 60-61 (1987-1988): 63-86.

Kutak, Robert I. The Story of a Bohemian-American Village: A Study of Social Persistence and Change. Lousville, Ky.: The Standard Printing Company, 1933. 156p. Czechs in Milligan, Nebraska.

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Kybal, Milic. "Czechs and Slovaks in Latin America." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 516-22.

Laska, Vera. "Czechs and Slovaks." In America's Ethnic Politics, edited by Joseph S. Roucek and Bernard Eisenberg, 133-53. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1982.

Laska, Vera. "Refugee Students in the United States." In Studies in Czechoslovak History, vol. 1, 1976 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 366- 73.

Laska, Vera, comp. and ed. The Czechs in America, 1633-1977: A Chronology and Fact Book. Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.: Oceana Publications, 1978. 152p.

Ledbetter, Eleanor. The Czechs of Cleveland. Cleveland: Americanization Committee, Mayor's Advisory War Committee, 1919. 40p.

Ledbetter, Eleanor E. The Slovaks of Cleveland, with Some General Information on the Race. Cleveland, c1918. 32p.

Loehwing, Walter F. Bohumil Shimek. 1947. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Shimek.

Luebke, Frederick C. "Czech-American Immigration: Some Historiographical Observations." 1993. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Lynch, Russell W. Czech Farmers in Oklahoma: A Comparative Study of the Stability of a Czech Farm Group in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, and the Factors Relating to Its Stability. Stillwater, Okla.: Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1942. 112p. Published as entire issue of Bulletin of Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, vol. 39, no. 13, June 1942.

Machann, Clinton. "Evidence of Assimilation in Pavel Albieri's Nevesta za padesat dolaru (Bride for Fifty Dollars)." Nebraska History 74, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 183-88.

Machann, Clinton, and James W. Mendl, Hr., eds and trs. Czech Voices: Stories from Texas in the Amerikan Narodni Kalendar. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, c1991. 147p.

"Major John L. Polerecky Fought for America's Independence." Slovakia 7, no. 3-4 (September-December 1957): 83-87.

Malik, Joseph. "The Czechs in Texas." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 35-39.

Mallery, Charles P. Ancient Families of Bohemia Manor: Their Homes and Their Graves. Wilmington: Historical Society of Delaware, 1888. 74p.

Mamatey, Victor S. "The Slovaks and Carpatho-Ruthenians." In The Immigrants' Influence on Wilson's Peace Policies, 1967 [Chapter 4, O'Grady]: 224-49.

Marion, Rob. From Bohemia to the Four Winds: Matthew Mitchell and His Descendants. Fresno, CA: R. Marion, c1987. 258p.

Marsik, Stanley J. "The Moravian Brethren Unitas Fratrum and American Indians in the Northwest Territory." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 9, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter 1990): 47-74.

Martinek, Josef. "One Hundred Years of Czech Poetry in America." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 78-81.

Martinek, Josef. "One Hundred Years of the Czech Labor Movement in America." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 85-89.

Matocha, B. P. "Work of the Czechoslovaks in America." 1919. Assistance to independence movement. For full citation see The First World War and Its Aftermath.

Mikus, Joseph A. "The Slovak League of America: A Historical Survey." In Slovaks in America: A Bicentennial Study, 1978 [Chapter 4, Slovaks in America]: 39-56.

Miller, Kenneth D. The Czecho-Slovaks in America. New York: George H. Doran, c1922. 192p.

Miller, Olga K. Genealogical Research for Czech and Slovak Americans. Detroit: Gale Research, c1978. 187p.

Miller, Steven I. "Historical and Empirical Methods of Studying Slovak-Americans as a Distinct Ethnic Group." Slovakia 22, no. 45 (1972): 116-24.

Miller, Wayne C. "Czech Americans: A Guide to the Czech-American Experience." In his A Comprehensive Bibliography for the Study of American Minorities, vol. 1, 631-36. New York: New York University Press, 1976.

Miller, Wayne C. "Slovak Americans: A Guide to the Slovak- American Experience." In his A Comprehensive Bibliography for the Study of American Minorities, vol. 1, 637-43. New York: New York University Press, 1976.

Murphy, David. "Dramatic Expressions: Czech Theatre Curtains in Nebraska." Nebraska History 74, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 168- 82.

Nahalka, Stephen. "The Slovak Institute of Sts. Cyril and Methodius in Rome: On the Tenth Anniversary of Its Founding." Slovak Studies 13 (1973): 217-27.

Nelson, Vernon H. "The Role of Native-Born Czechs in the Founding and Early History of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania." In Studies in Czechoslovak History, vol. 1, 1976 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 344-52.

Nolte, Claire E. "Our Brothers across the Ocean: The Czech Sokol in America to 1914." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 11, no. 2 (Winter 1993): 15-37.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "The Czechs." In The Immigrants' Influence on Wilson's Peace Policies, 1967 [Chapter 4, O'Grady]: 204-23.

"One Hundred Years of the Bohemian Freethinkers in Chicago." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 82-84.

Opatrny, Josef. "Problems in the History of Czech Immigration to America in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century." 1993. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Osten, Margaret E. "The Oldest Czechoslovak Book Collection in America." In Studies in Czechoslovak History, vol. 1, 1976 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 353-65.

Otter, Jiri. The Witness of Czech Protestantism. 1970. Includes chapter on Czech Protestants in the U.S. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Palickar, Stephen J. A Pictorial Biography of Rev. Joseph Murgas, Pioneer Inventor in the Field of Wireless Telegraphy and Radio. 1954. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Murgas.

Palickar, Stephen J. Rev. Joseph Murgas, Priest-Scientist: His Musical Wireless Telegraphy and the First Radio: A Biography. 1950. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Murgas.

Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America. 1970. For full citation see Chapter 4.

Pauco, Draga. "Slovak American Journalism." In Slovaks in America: A Bicentennial Study, 1978 [Chapter 4, Slovaks in America]: 67-78. Includes list of Slovak newspapers and periodicals published in United States on p. 73-78.

Pauco, Jozef. "The Slovak Benedictines Review 50 Years in Cleveland, Ohio (1922-1972)." Slovakia 22, no. 45 (1972): 92-97.

Pauco, Jozef. "Slovak Pioneers in America." Slovakia 19, no. 42 (1969): 108-24. Profiles of Alexander Dianiska and Ignatius Gessay.

Pauco, Jozef. "Slovak Pioneers in America." Slovakia 24, no. 47 (1974): 67-70. Profiles of Gregory Vaniscak and Joseph J. Dulik.

Pauco, Jozef. "Slovaks Abroad and Their Relationship with Slovakia." In Slovakia in the 19th and 20th Centuries, 1973 [Chapter 4, Kirschbaum, Joseph]: 333-42.

Pauco, Jozef. "Twenty Years of the Slovak Institute in Cleveland." Slovakia 23, no. 46 (1973): 16-23.

Pergler, Charles. ["I Am an American."] In I Am an American, by Famous Naturalized Americans, edited by Robert S. Benjamin, 23- 29. New York: Alliance Book Corporation, 1941.

Pichlik, Karel. "Relationships between Czechs and Slovaks in the United States during the First World War." Nebraska History 74, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 189-94.

Pinkowski, Edward. Lattimer Massacre. Philadelphia: Sunshine Press, 1950. 40p.

Pisek, The First Century: A History of Pisek, N.D., and Its People. Pisek, N.D. (Box 5, Pisek 58273): Pisek Centennial Book Committee, [1982] 326p.

Polisensky, Josef V. "Problems of Studying the History of Czech Mass Emigration to the Americas." 1984. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

The Position of the Bohemians (Czechs) in the European War. Chicago: Bohemian National Alliance in America [1915] 40p. Includes anti-Austrian statement of Bohemian National Alliance and British, French and Russian comments on the attitudes of the Czechs. Also listed in The First World War, 1914-18, and Its Aftermath.

Prantner, Emil. Immigrant Problems. New York, N.Y., 1937. [14]p. Discusses desire of Americans of Czech and Slovak origin to solve some pending questions relating to immigration.

Rabstejnek, Hermina. "A Tribute to Oklahoma and Its Czech Pioneers." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 58-62.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr. "Augustine Herman Bohemiensis." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 3, no. 1 (Summer 1984): 139-48. Also listed in Biographies and Memoirs, Herman.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr. "A Classified Guide to Bibliographies Relating to Czech, Slovak, and Ruthenian Immigrants in America." 1988. For full citation see Bibliographies.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr. "Czechoslovak American Bibliography: A State of the Art and a Guide to Bibliographies." 1988. For full citation see Bibliographies.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr. "Czechs, Slovaks and Ruthenians in the U.S.: A Selective Bibliography." 1991. For full citation see Bibliographies.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr. "The Descendents of Augustine Herman, the First Lord of Bohemia Manor: The First Three Generations and Beyond." Maryland Genealogical Bulletin 29, no. 3 (Summer 1988): 276-99.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr. "Early Jewish Immigrants in America from the Czech Historic Lands and Slovakia." 1990-91. For full citation see Jews and Jewish Affairs.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr. "In the Footprints of the First Czech Immigrants in America." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 9, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter 1990): 75-90.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr. "Moravian Brethren from Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia: Their Arrival and Settlement in America." Bohemia 32, no. 1 (1991): 152-65.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr. "The Renewal and the Formation of the Moravian Church in America." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 9, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter): 12-26.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr., comp. Educators with Czechoslovak Roots: A U.S. and Canadian Faculty Roster. Washington, D.C.: SVU Press, 1980. 121p.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr., comp. U.S. Legislators with Czechoslovak Roots: From Colonial Times to Present with Genealogical Lineages. Washington, D.C.: SVU Press, 1987. 65p.

Reichman, John J. Czechoslovaks of Chicago. Chicago: Czechoslovak Historical Society of Illinois, 1937. 112p.

Renoff, Richard M. "Celibacy and Schism: The Loss of Community among the American Carpatho-Ruthenians." PhD diss, New York University, 1971.

Rosicky, Rose. A History of Czechs (Bohemians) in Nebraska. Omaha: Czech Historical Society of Nebraska, 1929. 492p.

Roucek, Joseph S. "The American Czechs, Slovaks, and Slavs in the Development of America's 'Climate of Opinion'." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 1, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 815-43.

Roucek, Joseph S. "Czechoslovak Americans." In Our Racial and National Minorities: Their History, Contributions, and Present Problems, edited by Francis J. Brown and Joseph S. Roucek, 230- 45. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1937.

Roucek, Joseph S. "Czechoslovak Americans." In One America: The History, Contributions, and Present Problems of Our Racial and National Minorities, rev. ed., edited by Francis J. Brown and Joseph S. Roucek, 145-58. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1945.

Roucek, Joseph S. "Czechoslovak Americans." In One America: The History, Contributions, and Present Problems of Our Racial and National Minorities, 3d ed., edited by Francis J. Brown and Joseph S. Roucek, 157-68. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1952.

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Salzmann, Zdenek. "A Bibliography of Sources Concerning the Czechs and Slovaks in Romania." East European Quarterly 13, no. 4 (Winter 1979): 465-88.

Salzmann, Zdenek. Two Contributions to the Study of Czechs and Slovaks Settled in Romania. [Amherst]: International Area Program, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1983. 47p.

Saskova-Pierce, Mila. "Czech-Language Maintenance in Nebraska." Nebraska History 74, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 209-17.

Schlyter, Daniel M. A Handbook of Czechoslovak Genealogical Research. Buffalo Grove, Ill.: Genun Publishers, c1985. 131p.

Schooley, Harry B. "The Lattimer Massacre and Trial." Slovakia 27, no. 50 (1977): 62-79.

Schultz, Adolph H. "Biographical Memoir of Ales Hrdlicka, 1869- 1943." 1945. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Hrdlicka.

Sheldon, Carol L. "Political Attitudes and Behavior of the Czechoslovak American Intellectuals." In Studies in Czechoslovak History, vol. 1, 1976 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 374-87.

Siracky, Jan. "On the Problems of Lowland Slovak Emigration in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries." In Overseas Migration from East-Central and Southeastern Europe, 1880-1940, 1990 [Chapter 4, Puskas]: 205-20.

Skrabanek, Robert L. We're Czechs. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, c1988. 240p. 240p. Czech Americans in Texas.

Skrivanek, John M. "The Czechs in Texas." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 510- 15.

Skvorecky, Josef. "Bohemia of the Soul." In Eastern Europe-- Central Europe--Europe, edited by Stephen R. Graubard, 115-43. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1991.

Slabey, Andrew P. "Moravian Bethlehem, U.S.A." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 15-17.

Slabey, Andrew P. "The Story of the Slovak Press in America." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 73-77.

Slezak, Eva. "Baltimore's Czech Community: The Early Years." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 9, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter 1990): 103-114.

Slovak Catholic Parishes and Institutions in the United States and Canada. Cleveland: The Union, 1955. 183p. Compiled and published by the First Catholic Slovak Union.

The Slovaks and the Pittsburgh Pact. Chicago: Slovak Catholic Federation of America, 1934. 44p.

Slovaks in America: A Bicentennial Study. 1978. For full citation see Chapter 4.

Solle, Zdenek. "Czech Political Refugees in the United States during the Nineteenth Century." Nebraska History 74, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 142-49.

Solle, Zdenek. "Vojtech Naprstek and His Era: Bohemia, the United States, and the Transmission of Cultures." 1990. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Naprstek.

Spak, M. Edwardine. "Reverend Joseph Murgas (1864-1929)." 1976. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Murgas.

Stasa, David M. "A Comparative Study of the Detroit and St. Louis Sokol's Efforts to Preserve Czech Culture since World War II." PhD diss, St. Louis University, 1975.

Stasko, Joseph. "Distinctive Characteristics of Slovak Immigration to America." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 9, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter 1990): 91-102.

Stasko, Joseph. Slovaks in the United States of America: Brief Sketches of Their History, National Heritage and Activities. Cambridge, Ont. Can.: Dobra kniha, 1974. 79p.

Stein, Howard F. "An Ethno-Historic Study of Slovak-American Identity." PhD diss, University of Pittsburgh, 1972.

Stein, Howard F. An Ethno-Historic Study of Slovak-American Identity. New York: Arno Press, 1980, c1972. 526p.

Stein, Howard F. "An Ethnohistory of Slovak-American Religious and Fraternal Associations: A Study in Cultural Meaning, Group Identity, and Social Institutions." Slovakia 29, no. 53-54 (1980- 1981): 53-101.

Stewart, Thomas D. "Ales Hrdlicka, Pioneer American Physical Anthropologist." 1964. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Science, Technology, Economics, Geography.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Building Slovak Communities in North America." In The Other Catholics, edited by Keith P. Dyrud, Michael Novak, and Rudolph J. Vecoli, 69-109. New York: Arno Press, 1978.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "From Field to Factory: The Historiography of Slovak Immigration to the United States." 1978-1979. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "From Field to Factory; the Historiography of Slovak Immigration to the U.S. and Canada (1976-1987)." 1988. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Stolarik, M. Mark. Growing Up on the South Side: Three Generations of Slovaks in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1880-1976. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press; London: Associated University Presses, c1985. 147p.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Immigration and Eastern Slovak Nationalism." Slovakia 26, no. 49 (1976): 13-20.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Immigration and Urbanization: The Slovak Experience, 1870-1918." PhD diss, University of Minnesota, 1974.

Stolarik, M. Mark. Immigration and Urbanization: The Slovak Experience, 1870-1918. New York: AMS Press, c1989. 290p.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Immigration, Education and the Social Mobility of Slovaks, 1870-1930." Slovakia 27, no. 50 (1977): 80- 90.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Immigration, Education, and the Social Mobility of Slovaks, 1870-1930." In Immigrants and Religion in Urban America, edited by Randall M. Miller and Thomas D. Marzik, 103-16. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, c1977.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "A Place for Everyone: Slovak Fraternal- Benefit Societies." In Self-Help in Urban America: Patterns of Minority Economic Development, edited by Scott Cummings, 130-41. Port Washington, N.Y.: Kennikat Press, 1980.

Stolarik, M. Mark. The Role of American Slovaks in the Creation of Czecho-Slovakia. Rome: Slovak Institute, 1968. 82p.

Stolarik, M. Mark. Slovak Emigration to North America in Historical Perspective." In Emigration from Northern, Central, and Southern Europe: Theoretical and Methodological Pinciples of Research, 1984. [Chapter 4, Emigration]: 195-207.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Slovak Immigration to the United States and Its Relation to the American Socialist and Labor Movements." Slovakia 33, no. 60-61 (1987-88): 47-62.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Slovak Migration from Europe to North America, 1870-1918." Slovak Studies 20 (1980): 5-137.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Slovak Search for Identity in the USA, 1870- 1918." Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism 20, no. 1-2 (1993): 45-55.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Slovak-American Newspapers, 1885-1975: A Preliminary Listing." Slovakia 32, no. 58-59 (1985-1986): 34-70.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "The Slovak-American Press." In The Ethnic Press in the United States: A Historical Analysis and Handbook, edited by Sally M. Miller, 353-68. New York: Greenwood Press, 1987.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Slovaks." In Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups, edited by Stephan Thernstrom, 925-34. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University, 1980.

Stolarik, M. Mark. Slovaks in Canada and the United States, 1870- 1990: Similarities and Differences. Ottawa, Canada: Chair in Slovak History and Culture, Dept. of History, University of Ottawa, 1992. 32p. Occasional Papers (University of Ottawa, Chair in Slovak History and Culture); no. 1.

Stolarik, M. Mark. "Slovaks in Minnesota." In They Chose Minnesota: A Survey of the State's Ethnic Groups, edited by June Drenning Holmquist, 352-61. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1981.

Stump, Henry A. Augustine Herman, 1606-1686, Founder of Bohemia Manor, 1661. Baltimore: Abrams, 1929. 28p. Also listed in Biographies and Memoirs, Herman.

Sutherland, Anthony X. The Canadian Slovak League: A History, 1932-1982. Toronto, Ont.: Canadian Slovak League, 1984. 208p.

Svejda, George J. "The Czechoslovak Immigration to the United States of America." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 5-12.

Svejda, M. Norma. "Augustine Herman of Bohemia Manor." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 500-04. Also listed in Biographies and Memoirs, Herman.

Svoboda, Joseph G. "Czech-Americans: The Love of Liberty." Nebraska History 74, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 109-19.

Svoboda, Joseph G. "Czechs: The Love of Liberty." In Broken Hoops and Plains People: A Catalogue of Ethnic Resources in the Humanities: Nebraska and Surrounding Areas, by Galen Buller...[et al] 153-91. Lincoln: Nebraska Curriculum Development Center, 1976.

Swehla, Francis J. "Bohemians in Central Kansas." Collections of the Kansas State Historical Society 13 (1913-1914): 469-512.

Swehla, Francis J. Bohemians in Central Kansas. [Topeka, 1915?] 44p.

Tajtak, Ladislav. "Slovak Emigration: Its Causes and Consequences." In Overseas Migration from East-Central and Southeastern Europe, 1880-1940, 1990 [Chapter 4, Puskas]: 74-88.

Tanzone, Daniel F. "Religious Developments among the Slovaks in America." In Slovaks in America: A Bicentennial Study, 1978 [Chapter 4, Slovaks in America]: 57-66.

Tanzone, Daniel F. "The Slovak Experience in Contemporary America." Slovakia 22, no. 45 (1972): 125-35.

Tanzone, Daniel F. Slovaks of Yonkers, New York. [s.l.: s.n., 1975?] ([Middletown, Pa.: Jednota Printery]) 126p.

Thorp, David B. "Moravian Colonization of Wachovia, 1753-1772: The Maintenance of Community in Late Colonial North Carolina." PhD diss, Johns Hopkins University, 1982.

Turner, George A. "The Lattimer Massacre and Its Sources." Slovakia 27, no. 50 (1977): 9-43.

Tybor, M. Martina. "Father of American Slovaks." 1966. Profile of Stephen Furdek; for full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Furdek.

Tybor, M. Martina. "The Slovak Presence in America up to 1890." In Slovaks in America: A Bicentennial Study, 1978 [Chapter 4, Slovaks in America]: 3-22.

Tybor, M. Martina. "First Slovak Newspapermen in America." Slovakia 18, no. 41 (1968): 121-31.

Tybor, M. Martina. "Matthew Jankola 1872-1916: Slovak-American Priest, Leader, Educator." Slovakia 22, no. 45 (1972): 161-92.

Vojta, Vaclav. Czechoslovak Baptists. [Minneapolis]: Czechoslovak Baptist Convention in America and Canada [c1941] 276p. History of Czech and Slovak Baptists at home and in America. Also listed in General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject .

Vraz, Vlasta. "Early Czech Journalism in the United States." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 546-51.

Warzeski, Walter C. "Religion and National Consciousness in the History of the Rusins of Carpatho-Ruthenia and the Byzantine Rite Pittsburgh Exarchate." PhD diss, University of Pittsburgh, 1964.

Wingfield, Nancy M. "Czechoslovak Jewish Immigration to the United States, 1938-1945." 1993. For full citation see Jews and Jewish Affairs.

Wynar, Lubomyr R. "Czech Press." In his Guide to the American Ethnic Press: Slavic and East European Newspapers and Periodicals, 44-57. Kent, Ohio: Center for the Study of Ethnic Publications, Kent State University, 1986.

Wynar, Lubomyr R. "Slovak Press." In his Guide to the American Ethnic Press: Slavic and East European Newspapers and Periodicals, 27-33. Kent, Ohio: Center for the Study of Ethnic Publications, Kent State University, 1986.

Zatko, James J. "Early Beginnings of the Slovaks in America." Slovakia 15, no. 38 (1965): 1-37.

Zatko, James J. "Slovaks in the U.S.A." Slovakia 16, no. 39 (1966): 41-62. Period 1900-1914.

Zizka, Ernest J. Czech Cultural Contributions. [Chicago: Benedictine Abbey Press, 1942] 145p.

Zubek, Theodoric J. "The Influence of Slovak Catholics in the United States and Canada on Their Social and Religious Environment." Slovak Studies 24 (1984): 139-75.

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Jews and Jewish Affairs

Abrams, Bradley F. "The Austro-Czech Jewish Intelligentsia of 1848 and the Osterreichisches Central-Organ fur Glaubensfreiheit, Cultur, Geschichte and Literatur der Juden." Bohemia 31, no. 1 (1990): 1-20.

Altshuler, David, ed. The Precious Legacy: Judaic Treasures from the Czechoslovak State Collections. New York: Summit Books; Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, c1983. 288p. Catalogue for traveling museum exhibition of Judaic objects from State Jewish Museum in Prague.

Avriel, Ehud. "Prague and Jerusalem: The Era of Friendship." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 3, 1984 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 551-66. Period 1945-1948.

Beller, Steven. "German Liberalism, Nationalism and the Jews: The Neue Freie Presse and the German-Czech Conflict in the Habsburg Monarchy 1900-1918." Bohemia 34, no. 1 (1993): 63-76.

Beller, Steven. "The Hilsner Affair: Nationalism, Anti-Semitism and the Individual in the Habsburg Monarchy at the Turn of the Century." 1989. For full citation see Tomas G. Masaryk.

Berkley, George E. Hitler's Gift: The Story of Theresienstadt. Boston: Branden Books, c1993. 308p.

Binder, Hartmut. "Franz Kafka and the Weekly Paper 'Selbstwehr'." Leo Baeck Institute Year Book 12 (1967): 135-48.

Blau, Bruno. "Nationality among Czechoslovak Jewry." Historia Judaica 10, no. 2 (October 1948): 147-54.

Bloch, Chayim. The Golem: Legends of the Ghetto of Prague. Translated from the German by Harry Schneiderman. With prefatory note by Hans Ludwig Held. Blauvelt, N.Y.: Rudolf Steiner Publications [c1972] 244p. Translation of Der Prager Golem.

Blodig, Vojtech, Ludmila Chladkova, and Erik Polak. Ghetto Museum Terezin. Photographs by Jana Novakova, translation by Dagmar Lieblova and Rita McLeodova. [Terezin]: Memorial Terezin [1991?] 1 v. (unpaged). Includes historical outline and information on daily life of prisoners. Richly illustrated.

Bondy, Ruth. "Between Terezin and Theresienstadt." In Where Cultures Meet: The Story of the Jews of Czechoslovakia, 1990 [Chapter 4, Berger]: 165-71.

Bondy, Ruth. 'Elder of the Jews': Jakob Edelstein of Theresienstadt. Translated from the Hebrew by Evelyn Abel. New York: Grove Press, 1989. 476p. Translation of Edelshtain neged ha-zeman.

Borman, Stuart. "The Prague Student Zionist Movement, 1896-1914." PhD diss, University of Chicago, 1972.

Brada, Fini. "Emigration to Palestine." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 2, 1971 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 589-98. Period 1920s and 1930s.

Brugel, J. W. "Jews in Political Life." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 2, 1971 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 243-52.

Buchler, Yehoshua [R]. "The Deportation of Slovakian Jews to the Lublin District of Poland in 1942." Holocaust and Genocide Studies 6, no. 2 (1991): 151-66.

Buchler, Yehoshua R. "Jewish Day Schools in Slovakia during the Holocaust." Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 2 (1988-89): 53-63.

Buchler, Yehoshua R. "The Jews of Slovakia: Some Historical and Social Aspects." Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 1 (1987): 167-76.

Campion, Joan. Gisi Fleischmann and the Jewish Fight for Survival. Miami, Fla.: Dvorion Books, c1983. 126p. Described by author in foreword as 'work in progress'. For more finished edition see next entry.

Campion, Joan. In the Lion's Mouth: Gisi Fleischmann and the Jewish Fight for Survival. Introduction by Simon Wiesenthal. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, c1987. 152p. Underground rescue group assisting Jews in Slovakia during World War II.

Carmel, Herman. "Flight before the Storm." In his Black Days, White Nights, 3-43. New York: Hippocrene Books, c1984. Experiences in Czechoslovakia in 1938-1939, personal narrative.

Carmel, Herman. "Flight before the Storm." Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 3 (1990-91): 125-56. Shortened version of preceding item.

Cervinka, Frantisek. "The Hilsner Affair." Leo Baeck Institute Year Book 13 (1968): 142-57.

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Cohen, Gary B. "Jews in German Society: Prague, 1860-1914." Central European History 10, no. 1 (March 1977): 28-54.

"Collection of Testimony on the 'Sixth Labor Battalion' in Slovakia." Yad Vashem Studies 15 (1983): 367-76.

Conway, John S. "The Churches, the Slovak State and the Jews 1939-1945." Slavic and Central European Review 52, no. 126 (January 1974): 85-112.

Cotic, Meir [Kotik, Meir]. The Prague Trial: The First Anti- Zionist Show Trial in the Communist Bloc. New York: Herzl Press, Cornwall Books, c1987. 281p. Slansky trial in 1952.

Dagan, Avigdor. "The Czechoslovak Government in Exile and the Jews." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 3, 1984 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 449-95.

Dagan, Avigdor. "Excerpts from a London War Diary." Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 1 (1987): 42-50. Jewish issues during World War II.

Dagan, Avigdor. "The Jewish Contribution to the Cultural Life of Czechoslovakia." In Where Cultures Meet: The Story of the Jews of Czechoslovakia, 1990 [Chapter 4, Berger]: 117-25.

Dagan, Avigdor. "The Press." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 1, 1968 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 523-31.

"Deportation of Jews from Slovakia: Declaration." Translated by F. W. Galan. Cross Currents 9 (1990): 269-70. Declaration signed by Dominik Tatarka, Hana Ponicka, Jan Carnogursky and 21 other Slovak intellectuals.

Dolezalova, Jana. "Questions of Folklore in the Legends of the Old Jewish Town Compiled by Leopold Weisel (1804-1870)." Judaica Bohemiae 12, no. 1 (1976): 37-50.

Don, Yehuda. "Patterns of Jewish Economic Behavior in Central Europe in the Twentieth Century." In A Social and Economic History of Central European Jewry, 1990 [Chapter 4, Don and Karady]: 121-54. Includes Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Western Romania and Poland.

Durica, Milan S. "Dr. Joseph Tiso and the Jewish Problem in Slovakia." Slovakia 7, no. 3-4 (September-December 1957): 1-22.

Durica, Milan S. Dr. Joseph Tiso and the Jewish Problem in Slovakia. Padova, Italy: Stamperia dell' universita, 1964. 22p.

Epstein, Helen. Children of the Holocaust: Conversations with Sons and Daughters of Survivors. New York: Putnam, c1979. 348p. Includes children of Jews from Czechoslovakia.

Farber, Meir. "Jewish Lodges and Fraternal Orders Prior to World War II." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 2, 1971 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 229-42.

Farber, Meir. "Publishing Houses." in The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 2 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 532-38.

Fiedler, Jiri. Jewish Sights of Bohemia and Moravia: Guide Book. Introduction by Arno Parik. Prague: Sefer, 1991. 224p. Facts on history of Jewish communities, including ghettos, synagogues, and cemeteries. Arno Parik's introductory essay "From the History of the Jewish Communities in Bohemia and Moravia" is on p. 5-29.

Fischmann, Zdenka E. "Music in Terezin 1941-1945." Cross Currents 6 (1987): 67-74.

Fleischmann, Gustav. "The Religious Congregation, 1918-1938." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 1, 1969 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 267-329.

Freilich, Samuel. The Coldest Winter: The Holocaust Memoirs of Rabbi Samuel Freilich. Preface by Irving Greenberg. New York: Holocaust Library, c1988. 90p.

Frieder, Emanuel. To Deliver Their Souls: The Struggle of a Young Rabbi During the Holocaust. Translated from Hebrew by Rachel Rowen. New York: Holocaust Library [1990] 342p. Translation of Le-hatsil nafsham. Personal narrative.

Friedlander, Albert H. Leo Baeck: Teacher of Theresienstadt. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston [1968] 294p. Revised German edition published in 1973 under title Leo Baeck: Leben und Lehre.

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Friedman, Armin H. "Major Aspects of Yeshivah Education in Hungary, 1848-1948 (With Special Emphasis on the Role of the Yeshivah in Pressburg)." PhD diss, Yeshiva University, 1971.

Friedman, Maurice. "The Prague Bar Kochbans and the 'Speeches on Judaism'." In his Martin Buber's Life and Work, 124-47. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1988.

Friedman, Philip. "Aspects of Jewish Communal Crisis in Germany, Austria, and Czechoslovakia during the Nazi Period." In his Roads to Extinction: Essays on the Holocaust, edited by Ada J. Friedman, 100-30. New York: Conference on Jewish Studies, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1980.

Friesova, Jana R. "The 'Girls' Home' in Terezin." Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 2 (1988-89): 13-23.

George, Manfred. "Refugees in Prague, 1933-1938." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 2, 1971 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 582-88.

Goldmann, Nahum. "Recollection of Czech Jewry. " Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 1 (1987): 160-66.

Goldsmith, Arnold L. The Golem Remembered, 1909-1980: Variations on a Jewish Legend. Detroit: Wayne University Press, 1981. 181p. Includes biography of Judah Loew of Prague.

Goldstucker, Eduard. "Jews between Czechs and Germans around 1848." Leo Baeck Institute Year Book 17 (1972): 61-71.

Goshen, S. "Zionist Students' Organizations." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 2, 1971 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 173-84.

Grassl, Gary C. "Joachim Gans of Prague: America's First Jewish Visitor." Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 1 (1987): 53-90.

Green, Gerald. The Artists of Terezin. New York: Hawthorn Books [1969] 191p.

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----- ----- New York: Schocken Books, 1978. 191p.

Grosman, Ladislav. "Memories of My Service in a Labor Battalion." Yad Vashem Studies 14 (1981): 287-302.

Grossmann, Kurt R. "Refugees to and from Czechoslovakia." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 2, 1971 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 565-81. Period 1933-1939.

Gruna, Hana. "The Days of the Protectorate." Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 3 (1990-91): 181-85. Personal narrative.

Hahn, Fred. "The Dilemma of the Jews in the Historic Lands of Czechoslovakia, 1918-38." East Central Europe 10, no. 1-2 (1983): 24-39.

Hahn, Fred. "Jews and the Second Czech Republic." Jewish Quarterly 40, no. 2 (Summer 1993): 18-23

Hahn, Fred. "Jews from the Bohemian Lands in the United States, 1848-1938." In Grossbritannien, die USA und die bohmischen Lander 1848-1938, 1991 [Chapter 4, Schmidt-Hartmann and Winters]: 31-45.

A Hebrew Chronicle from Prague, c. 1615. Edited by Abraham David, translated by Leon J. Weinberger with Dena Ordan. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, c1993. 106p. Translation of Kronikah Ivrit mi-Prag me-reshit ha-me ah ha-17.

Herman, Jan. "The Conflict between Jewish and non-Jewish Population in Bohemia before the 1541 Banishment." Judaica Bohemiae 16, no. 1 (1970): 39-54.

Herman, Jan. "The Development of Bohemian and Moravian Jewry, 1918-1938." In Papers in Jewish Demography, 1969: Proceedings of the Demographic Sessions Held at the 5th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, August 1969, edited by U. O. Schmelz, P. Glikson, and S. Della Pergola, 191-206. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1973.

Herman, Jan. "The Evolution of the Jewish Population in Bohemia and Moravia, 1754-1953." In Papers in Jewish Demography, 1973: Proceedings of the Demographic Sessions Held at the 6th World Congress of Jewish Studies. Jerusalem, August 1973, edited by U. O. Schmelz,. P. Glikson, and S. Della Pergola, 255-65. Jerusalem: Institute of Contemporary Jewry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1977.

Herman, Jan. "The Evolution of Jewish Population in Prague, 1869- 1939." In Papers in Jewish Demography, 1977: Proceedings of the Demographis Sessions Held at the 7th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, August 1977, edited by U. O. Schmelz, P. Glikson, and S. Della Pergola, 53-67. Jerusalem: Institute of Contemporary Jewry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1980.

Herman, Jan. Jewish Cemeteries in Bohemia and Moravia. [Prague]: Council of Jewish Communities in the CSR, [1982?] 32p.

Hirschler, Getrude. "The History of Agudath Israel in Slovakia (1918-1939)." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 2, 1971 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 155-72.

Hirschler, Gertrude. "Rabbi and Statesman: Samson Raphael Hirsch, Landesrabbiner of Moravia (1847-51)." Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 1 (1987): 121-49.

Hoffer, Gerda. The Utitz Legacy: A Personalized History of Central European Jewry. Jerusalem: Posner, c1988. 187p. Tracing Jewish family history, mainly in Bohemia, from sixteenth to twentieth century.

Holotik, Ludovit. "The 'Jewish Problem' in Slovakia." East European Quarterly 1, no. 1 (March 1967): 31-37.

Hostovsky, Egon. "The Czech-Jewish Movement." In The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 2, 1971 [Chapter 4, Jews of Czechoslovakia]: 148-54.

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Sadek, Vladimir. "Salomon Hugo Lieben - Founder of the Prague Jewish Museum." Judaica Bohemiae 22, no. 1 (1986): 3-8.

Sadek, Vladimir. "Social Aspects in the Work of Prague Rabbi Low (Maharal, 1512-1609)." Judaica Bohemiae 19, no. 1 (1983): 3-21.

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Sadek, Vladimir. "The Spiritual World of Rabbi Judah Loew ben Bezalel." Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 4 (1991-92): 101-19.

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Sadek, Vladimir. "A Survey of Dr. Tobias Jakobovits' Scientific Work (1887-1944)." Judaica Bohemiae 18, no. 1 (1982): 17-21.

Sadek, Vladimir. "Yom Tov Lipman Mulhausen and His Rationalistic Way of Thinking." Judaica Bohemiae 24, no. 2 (1988): 98-113. Jewish author who lived at turn of 14th and 15th centuries and spent number of years in Prague.

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Schwertfeger, Ruth. Women of Theresienstadt: Voices from a Concentration Camp. Oxford, New York: Berg; Distributed exclusively in the US and Canada by St. Martins' Press, 1989, c1988. 152p. Personal narratives.

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Sedinova, Jirina. "The Hebrew Historiography in Moravia at the 18th Century - Abraham Trebitsch (around 1760-1840)." 1974. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Sedinova. Jirina. "Hebrew Literary Sources to the Czech History of the First Half of the 17th Century: End of the Thirty Years' War in the Testimonies of Contemporaries." 1987. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

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