Convention and Visitors Bureau
Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce
Oshkosh Public Library
Official Oshkosh Community Website
Oshkosh Public Museum
Oshkosh Archives and Area
Research Center State Archives at
Northwestern Newspaper Online obituaries
and news from Oshkosh.
Maps Make your own map of Winnebago County.
Germans from Russia
Historical Society Germans from the Russian
Volga region that settled on the west side of Oshkosh.
Web site on Oshkosh with a history page and souvenirs. Click on Oshkosh now and
County Genealogy research site
Searching for individuals with the following surnames having
family connections back to the Böhmerwald towns of Markt Eisenstein
(Zelezna Ruda), Dorf Eisenstein (Spicak), Panzer (Pancir), Seewiesen
(Javorna) and Deffernik (Debrinik):
HILGART, WUDI, SCHMIDT, KUNDINGER, BRADLE, WALLNER, BERTL, GSCHWENDNER,
ESTERL, DUMS, BOYER, DENK, MIESBAUER
In the early 1880s twenty-one immigrant families from the Böhmerwald
settled homestead land in northern Price County of northern Wisconsin.
In the early 1900s, state approval was given to establish a new Town to
accommodate request made by these German-Böhmische immigrants. They
were granted the opportunity to select a name of their choice for their
new Town and in keeping with their desire to retain their collective
name of "Eisensteiners," they named their Town "Eisenstein."
Highly informative site about Southern Bohemia. It will take days to see it all.
Southern Bohemian Villages of Ober
Plan and Friedberg.
Information and historical photo's.
Report of Anna and Bernhard's visit With
pictures of Southern Bohemian villages of Salnau and Pernek. And other villages
Pictures of Sumava
of Karel Kysilka Links to Home Pages of Czech
Towns and Cities
Pictures and Text on South Bohemia
of German speaking areas of Czech Republic in 1930
of German speaking areas of Czech Republic in 1938
Report on the expulsion of
Germans from Czechoslovakia after WW II. A political
Official Bavarian Government
website of Bavaria
These links from Franz Lenhardt Jr., from Freyung, Germany
The city of Freyung: http://www.freyung.de
http://www.frgnet.de: a directory of
Homepages of the region (the
"Landkreis" i.e. county/district of Freyung-Grafenau)
Finally maybe the most useful link:
Also a directory, but better designed than frgnet, with maps, hints what
you can do there etc. and a listing of towns.
You can also try
http://www.meinestadt.de/ and after the
"/" you just type the name of the
town, e.g. Mauth.
Passau Museum http://www.oberhausmuseum.de/
Heritage Society The home page for Germans from
Bohemia. JOIN TODAY
English - Czech
Republic, Bohemia, and Moravia Genealogy Research
List - Germany - Deutschland
ShtetlSeeker - Town Search Locate villages in the old world with
their old names.
in Eastern Europe Germans in Bohemia, Poland, Hungary,
New German-Bohemian website about a Michigan family.
Professional researcher for Bohemia
contact Mr. Gundacker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mailing Lists I
am a subscriber to:
Austria Roots Web
Bavaria Roots web
German-Bohemian Roots Web
Winnebago County Roots Web
Flaggs U.S.A. My Business:
Need a flag?
or call 1-800-249-3524
Request a free catalog of U.S., states and country flags.
Waters Association of Vexillology A flag enthusiasts
website for the Midwest. I made this site also.
North American Vexillology
Association The national flag scholars website.