Category: Czech


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By: Penfield Press

Price: $6.95

Publisher: Penfield Press:

Seller ID: 160934

ISBN: 1-57216-093-4

Condition: Spiral bound, 5-1/2 x 3-1/2", 160 pages, Penfield Press

This collection of recipes satisfies both the test of time and taste. Compiled with the the Guild of the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the book includes recipes from the Phillips (Wisconsin) Czechoslovakian Community Festival Committee, Sokol of Greater Cleveland (Ohio), and friends of Penfield. This book celebrates the heartwarming and sustaining treats created by generations of Czech and Slovak cooks. Among the many varieties in flavor a... View more info


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Price: $6.95

Publisher: Penfield Press:

Seller ID: 160705

ISBN: 1-572160-70-5

Condition: Spiral bound, 5 1/2 x 3 1/2", 160 pages, Penfield Press

ompiled by The Guild of the National Czech & Slovak Museum and Library with Melinda Bradnan. Illustrations by Marj Nejdl. Hunting morels and cooking them is popular in the Czech Republic as well as in the American midwest where Czech immigrants settled. Includes almost every imaginable method of preparing wild or domestic mushrooms. View more info

The Story of My Life

By: Frank Vlchek, edited by Winston Chrislock

Price: $34.95

Publisher: Kent State University: 2005

Seller ID: 388178

ISBN: 0-87338-817-8

Condition: 208 pages, cloth, Kent State University

An engaging tale of life as an immigrant in Cleveland during the post-Civil War era and early twentieth centuryThe Story of My Life, originally published in Czechoslovakia in 1928, is the engaging and informative autobiography of Frank Vlchek, a Czech immigrant who became a successful businessman in Cleveland, Ohio, during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.The youngest of fourteen children, Vlchek was born to peasant parents in Budyn, southern... View more info

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The Czechs in Oklahoma

By: Karel D. Bicha

Price: $12.95

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press: 1980

Seller ID: 116188

ISBN: 0-8061-1618-8

Condition: 87 pages, 6 x 9, paperback, University of Oklahoma Press

This book is one of a series entitled "Newcomers to a New Land," which analyzes the role of the major ethnic groups that have contributed to the history of Oklahoma. Though not large in number as compared to some other states, immigrants from various European nations left a marked impact on Oklahoma's history. As in the larger United States, they worked in many economic and social roles that enriched the state's life. Indians have played a crucial part in Oklahom... View more info