Czechs in the City: The Czech-American Experience in Cleveland

Mission Statement: | March 25, 2009

We, the Czech Your Public History class at Ursuline College, are seeking to interpret the Czech American experience in Cleveland, Ohio. Through exploration of documented heritage: faith, labor, family, schools, and elements of the built environment. In effect, we are hoping to create an emersion experience for our audience that will carry out further dialogue… connecting the present with the past memories of these unique and vibrant people. Let us move you through time, and present you with the living history of the Czech American’s in Cleveland. Come on, Czech your public history.

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Jessica R. Wobig is currently a graduate student at Ursuline College in Historic Preservation. Her undergraduate studies was in Film and Video from the University of Toledo. She spent time in Russia, and finds great interest in the culture of western and eastern Europe.

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