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A perfect present from my American friend Robert Jerin. He came to visit Croatia with a group of other Americans who have Croatian roots! They came to visit their granparent's country of birth, from w...
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After nine months of extensive reserch I finally found the long lost birthplace of Antonijo Čendo, b. 1874. The only thing we knew at the begining was that he was not from the island of Vis. All hail ...
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Ana Kopejtko (b. 1887., Selište, Croatia - d. 1967., Tuscon, Arizona ) and her son Franjo emigrated from Croatia to the United States at the begining of the 20th century! A hundred years later, I had ...
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The 19th century is also called the „Century of the foundlings“, because there were a lot of abandoned and illegitimate children. Zagreb, 1889. : Out of the ten children written up on this page, five ...