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Dr. Miroslav Koudelka
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Events, Talks, & Presentations
Featuring Dr. Koudelka

Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
2011 Genealogical/Cultural Conference

St. Louis, Missouri, USA, October 2011:

  • What a (Czech-) American Genealogist Should Know about the History of the Czech Lands.
  • How to Research Czech Birth/Marriage/Death Registers on the Internet. A Practical Lesson.
  • Sedlak, Pasek, Fleischhacker or Inquilinus? Let Us Get Acquainted with the Professions of Our Czech Ancestors

Bridging Czech Generations
Texas Czech Genealogical Society Conference

Caldwell, Texas, USA, February 2011:

  • Impact of Wars on the Czech Lands and Its People.
  • Emigration Preparation from the Czech Lands to America
  • Researching in the Czech Archives -- What I Must Know Beforehand

Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
12th Genealogical/Cultural Conference

Cleveland, Ohio, USA, October 2009:

  • The Range of Czech Ancestors’ Given Names, Their Origins and Language Forms
  • The Roadblocks a Czech Genealogist May Encounter and Ways to Resolve Them
  • Sedlak, Pasek, Fleischhacker or Inquilinus? Let Us Get Acquainted with the Professions of Our Czech Ancestors

Czech Match
Texas Czech Genealogical Society Genealogy Conference
Caldwell, Texas, USA, April 2007:

  • Our Czech Ancestors' Professions and What They Mean in English
  • UNESCO Sites in Czechia
  • How to Prepare for a Trip to the Old Fatherland
  • How to Get the Vital Data of Our Ancestors

They Came - We Seek
Texas Czech Genealogical Society Genealogy Conference
Caldwell, Texas, USA, July 2005:

  • Research of Birth, Marriage and Death Registers in the Czech Republic
  • The Way to Prepare for a Trip to the Ancestral Area
  • Virtual Tour of Moravia
  • Census Records in the Czech Republic

Back to the Homeland
Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
2005 Genealogical /Cultural Conference

  • Bratislava, Slovakia and Prague, Czechia, September 2005:
  • What a Foreign Genealogist Should Know about Czech and Slovak Family — Names: Their Origin, Meaning and Forms Appearing in Documents
  • South Bohemia Regional Networking Session (Moderator)

Moravia from World Perspective
22nd World Congress of SVU
(Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences)
Olomouc, Czechia, June 2004:

  • The Present Conditions for Genealogical Research at Czech Regional/Provincial Archives

The Lone Star Experience
Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
2003 Genealogical/Cultural Conference
Houston, Texas, USA, October 2003:

  • Virtual Tour of Moravia
  • Research of Birth, Marriage and Death Records in the Czech Republic
  • Let Us Prevent You from the Cultural Shock

Hats Off To Genealogy
Texas Czech Genealogical Society Genealogy Conference
Bryan, Texas, USA, July 2002:

  • Research of Birth, Marriage and Death Registers in Czechia
  • Let Us Prevent You from the Cultural Shock
  • Czech Family Names

The Urban Immigrant Experience
Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
2001 Genealogical/Cultural Conference
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, November 2001:

  • Selected Data from Czech History Genealogists Should Know
  • Meaning and Origin of Czech and Slovak Family Surnames
  • Research of Birth, Marriage and Death Registers in the Czech Republic

Annual Conference of the Slovak Genealogy and Heraldry Society
Martin, Slovakia, September 2001:

  • Experience in Work with Vital Statistics Registers at Czech Archives (Given in Czech)

4th Annual Czech Heritage Society of Texas Genealogy Conference
Bryan, Texas, USA, July 2000:

  • Research of Vital Statistics Records in the Czech Republic
  • Census Records in the Czech Republic
  • The Way to Prepare for a Trip to Your Ancestral Area
  • Village Names

Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
1999 Genealogical/Cultural Conference
Lincoln, Nebraska, USA, October 1999:

  • Censuses in Bohemia and Moravia as Genealogy Research Resources
  • An Outline of Czech Sources for Genealogy Research on the Internet
  • Efficient Ways to Conduct Vital Statistics Research - My Experience

Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
1997 Genealogical/Cultural Conference
Bloomington, Minnesota, USA, October 1997:

  • North Moravia Regional Networking Session (Moderator)
  • Regional Archives in the Czech Republic as Sources for Genealogical Research
  • Origin and Meaning of Czech Town and Village Names
  • Resources to Obtain on the Spot: A Visit to the Ancestral Location

California Czech and Slovak Club
Reception and Open House

San Rafael, California, USA, September 1997:

  • Questions & Answers about Czech and Slovak Genealogical Research

Czech Genealogy Symposium
Czech Heritage Society of Texas

Richmond, Texas, USA, July 1997:

  • State District Archives in the Czech Republic
  • My Experience in Genealogical Research for Czech Americans
  • Additional Sources for Ancestry Search
5th Czechoslovak Genealogical/Cultural Conference
Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
Countryside, Illinois, USA, October 1995:
  • State District Archives in the Czech Republic - Additional Sources for Ancestry Research
  • Czech and Slovak Family Names and Their Origin
  • Czech Settlements in America at the End of the 19th Century