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  • The Encyclopedia Americana Slovaks 1341314The Encyclopedia Americana — Slovaks SLOVAKS, slō-văks', the name of the Slavic inhabitants of northern
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  • House cherishing music of Czecho-Slovakia for its people here 269487Jan House cherishing music of Czecho-Slovakia for its people here Under Mr.
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  • State Number of Slovaks Ratio to Total Slovaks Landed. Pennsylvania 19,930 54 per cent. New York 4,904 13 " New Jersey 3,479 9 " Ohio 3,153 9 "
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  • CIA World Fact Book, 2004 Slovakia 8123CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Slovakia                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This is
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  • of Hungary, 123 m. S.E. of Budapest by rail. Pop. (1900) 37,108, mostly Slovaks and Lutherans, who form the largest Lutheran community in Hungary. The
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  • Slovaks
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  • and W. Galicia; area, 1,784 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 248,626, nearly all Slovaks and Roman Catholics. It is traversed by two branches of the Carpathian
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  • Austria, whilst the Slovaks are on the south of the Carpathians and are wholly in Hungary. Between the Moravians and the Slovaks, dwelling so near to
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  • percent of these were Ruthenians and Slovaks. Within the last four years (1905-1908) the immigration of the Slovaks and Ruthenians has amounted to 215,972
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  • Toth (1876-81); John Vàlyi (1882). The city of Eperies, called by the Slovaks Pressova, was founded by a German colony in the twelfth century on the
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  • Serbo-Croatians, Slovenians, Czechs (comprising the Bohemians, the Moravians and the Slovaks), Wends or Sorbs (consisting of the inhabitants of Upper and Lower Lusatia
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  • Hungary, 152 m. N. of Budapest by rail. Pop. (1900) 16,370, about two-thirds Slovaks. It is an old mining town, situated at an altitude of 1945 ft. in a deep
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  • Slocum, Henry Warner Slodtz, René Michel Slogan Slonim Sloop Sloth Slough Slovaks Slovenes Slum Sluys, Battle of Slype Smack Small Isles Smallpox Smalridge
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  • the Hungarians until their yoke was rejected by the Slovaks in 1918. He then became a patriotic Slovak and in time attached himself to Hlinka. The Czechs
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  • interest." In regard to the Czecho-Slovaks, the British, French, and Italian Governments had already recognised the Czecho-Slovak Army, under the Bohemian National
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  • reasonable concessions to the Slovaks. They were represented by two parties in Prague, the Slovak Catholic party and the Slovak Centralists. The capital of
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  • ethnographical reason opposes. The Slovaks of Moravia also consider that they are of Bohemian nationality. About sixty years ago the Slovaks of Hungary began to develop
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  • noun—Czechoslovak(s); adjective—Czechoslovak Ethnic divisions: 64.3% Czechs, 30.0% Slovaks, 4.0% Magyars, 0.6% Germans, 0.5% Poles, 0.4% Ukrainians, 0.2% others (Jews
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  • 880,371. Of the total pop. 756,070 were Magyars, 78,882 Germans, 20,359 Slovaks and the small remainder was composed of Poles, Ruthenians, Serbs, Croatians
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  • churches in which the spiritual wants of Germans, Poles, French, Italians, Slovaks and Bohemians were looked after. The spiritual and other needs of the Indians
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