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Cabbage, potatoes, and dumplings, all prepared in a variety of ways, are regular fare on Slovak tables. Meat, especially in Slovakia's poorer eastern region, was not a common ingredient in soups or main dishes; though some traditional dishes served throughout Slovakia are meat-based. Klobasa a sausage with garlic and holubky cabbage leaves stuffed with pork, rice, and onions are the most popular. Duck and chicken are reserved for special occasions, but for particularly festive celebrations goose is preferred.
Although desserts are not part of the daily diet, Slovak culinary specialities include several filled kolacy sweet yeast baked goods. The most popular kolac contains prune, ground nut, or crushed poppyseed fillings.
Depending on the filling, pirohy small dumplings are served as main dishes or as desserts. Slovaks attach great importance to serving traditional foods on Christmas and Easter, the only major holidays observed by Slovaks in both the homeland and the United States.
Although in regional variations, several dishes served at Christmas and Easter are considered authentic Slovak cuisine.
On Christmas Eve the main dishes consist of bobalky bite-size rolls in either sauerkraut and butter or in a poppyseed sauce and a special mushroom soup. Traditional Easter specialties include Slovak paska a sweet, yeast bread with raisins and homemade hrudka also known as syrek a bland, custard-style imitation cheese. In their Slovak homeland, the celebration of Christmas and Easter was an event for both family and village.
While Slovak American Christmas celebrations have taken on American features with a greater emphasis on gifts and a midday turkey dinner, many Americans of Slovak descent adhere to the custom of the family coming together for traditional Slovak foods on Christmas Eve. Visiting family during both the Christmas and Easter seasons has also remained an obligatory custom among Slovak Americans. Neither Slovak immigrants nor their descendants have unique health problems. The census data indicate that average rates of disability among both young and elderly Slovaks are the same as for most other ethnic groups in the United States.
The same is true for the number of Slovaks institutionalized. Immigrants and subsequent generations did suffer from afflictions characteristic of other working-class Americans, especially at the turn of the century. In addition to a high rate of tuberculosis, workers were killed or permanently maimed in industrial accidents. Some Slovaks who toiled in mines have been stricken with the respiratory problems that afflict that segment of workers.
Slovaks had local folk remedies. It has not been documented how extensively immigrants practiced these folk cures or how long they persisted in the United States. Although no systematic study of Slovak health attitudes has been done, there is no evidence that folk cures had any real impact on Slovak health practices in the United States. Slovak belongs to the Slavic language group. Although similar to other Slavic languages, especially Czech, Slovak is linguistically distinct with its own grammar and vocabulary.
Slovak has three dialects western, central, and eastern that roughly correspond with geographical areas in Slovakia. Each dialect also has numerous local and regional variations. Slovak, like other Slavic languages, has diacritical marks that govern the pronunciation of both consonants and vowels. The accent is on the first syllable. The roots of the Slovak language predate the introduction of Christianity in the ninth century, but it did not become a written language until centuries later.
The first serious attempt to codify a Slovak literary language occurred in the late eighteenth century. This early version was later rejected for one codified in the mids based on the central Slovak dialect. Slovak was the primary language spoken among immigrants and between them and their children. The language has not persisted among successive generations in the United States. Several factors contributed to this decline. First, children gave way to the pressure in American society to abandon foreign languages.
Second, immigrants were often barely literate. Although they taught their children, especially the older sons and daughters, to speak Slovak they could not teach them to read and write the language.
Slovaks established parochial schools where language instructions were provided, but these classes often either proved inadequate or students did not remain in school long enough to become literate in Slovak.
However, Slovak is taught in various Sunday schools for children and in universities, including the University of Pittsburgh. Several American libraries have Slovak-language collections. The Slovak language was modified slightly in the United States as English, or modern, technical terms were introduced into the vocabulary.
The absence of diacritical marks in English meant that either the spelling or the pronunciation of many Slovak names was changed. For example, a person with the name Karcis pronounced "Kar-chis" had the option to change the pronunciation to the English "Kar-kis" or keep the pronunciation and change the spelling to Karchish.
Common Slovak greetings include: Dobre rano "dobre rahno" —Good morning; Dobry den "dobre den" —Good day; Dobry vecer "dobre vecher" —Good evening; Dobru noc "dobroo nots" —Good night; Prosim "prosem" —please, if you please, excuse me; Dakujem "djakooyem" —Thank you; Dobru chut' "dobroo kootye" —Eat well!
Immigration is a disruptive process, especially for families. Although chain migration meant that Slovaks typically went to where relatives and friends had already settled, families were temporarily torn apart. Men immigrated alone, lived in boardinghouses, and later summoned their families or fiancees to join them. The process also worked in reverse as children emigrated first and then sent for elderly parents left behind in Europe.
Although Slovaks typically maintained a close-knit family system, by mid-twentieth century Slovak Americans were moving from cities to suburbs.
During the latter decades the third and fourth generations were also moving from dying milltowns to metropolitan regions. Marriage patterns influenced family and community dynamics.
For the immigrant generation, the norm was marriage between Slovaks. The second generation followed the same trend into the s and s, but by the post-World War II era interethnic marriages proved more common. Dating patterns differed from generation to generation and even within the same generation.
Immigrants recalled that, for them, dating in the United States was limited to events sponsored by Slovak fraternals, churches, or social groups. Attending religious services and sharing in a family dinner also were common among couples. By the mids the Slovak youth had adopted the dating practices common among their American peers. They enjoyed dances, movies, amusement parks, and other entertainment characteristic of the changing contemporary popular culture.
Both traditional culture and religious values combined to make divorce uncommon among Slovak immigrants. Reliable data on divorce rates for specific ethnic groups are unavailable but, given general trends in the United States, the empirical evidence suggests that dissolutions involving Slovaks surely rose in the latter part of the twentieth century.
Weddings were lengthy affairs that, depending on the village's size, could involve nearly all the inhabitants. Preparatory rituals for the marriage, the ceremony, and subsequent celebrations could last a week. During the festivities, usually three days after the actual marriage ceremony, the bonneting of the bride took place. A bonnet was placed on her head, and she was accepted as a married woman.
Christening the newborn traditionally occurred within a few days of birth but godparents were selected long before the child was born. Slovaks chose godparents carefully because these persons were expected to assume responsibility for the child's welfare should misfortune befall the parents. Following both Protestant and Catholic ceremonies, the celebrators retired to the home of the parents or godparents to partake in a celebratory feast. In some areas, after a son's birth or christening a bottle of slivovica plumb brandy , was buried only to be retrieved and consumed on his wedding day.
Proper burial of the dead was a ritual that spanned several days. The deceased's body usually lay in his or her home for two days, and on the third a procession of villagers accompanied the coffin to the cemetery for burial.
Deaths also triggered a host of superstitions. Immediately following a person's demise, Slovaks covered all the mirrors and closed all the windows in the deceased's home. They believed that these measures would prevent the dead from returning. Slovak culture traditionally did not place a high emphasis on education. The Hungarian government's Magyarization policy, together with the agricultural nature of Slovak society, worked against developing a culture that valued formal education.
Between 24 percent and 30 percent of the turn-of-the-century Slovak immigrants over the age of 14 could neither read nor write.
Those who had attended school had gone for only a few years. With this background many immigrant parents, especially during the pre-World War I era, did not hesitate to put their children to work at early ages. In the s more Slovak children regularly attended school and more completed 12 years of education. Nevertheless, Slovak parents generally advocated practical learning over an education in the sciences or liberal arts.
Rather than stressing social mobility, both first- and second-generation parents typically encouraged children to get a secure job even if that meant working in a factory. The value system of both first- and second-generation Slovaks placed women in the traditional role of wife, mother, and homemaker; therefore, education was considered even less valuable for daughters than for sons.
The tendency to downplay formal education did have an impact. Based on the census nearly 21 percent of native-born Slovak Americans over the age of 24 had not received a high school diploma.
This percentage undoubtedly includes a significant number of elderly persons who were forced to leave school in the earlier half of the century. Americans of Slovak descent have attended college but not in large numbers. In only Census figures also showed that only 7. However, the data also reveal that more than one-half Fewer Slovak American women than men have received college degrees.
Women represented only The discrepancy between men and women who received advanced degrees is more pronounced. Women with doctorates represented The stress on traditional roles for Slovak women has influenced their educational achievements and community activities. Otherwise, Slovak American women have typically limited their activities to their churches, fraternals, schools, and community events. During the next four decades Slovak Catholics established nearly churches in the United States.
The universality of the Latin mass and Catholic theology meant that Slovaks continued to practice their religion as they had done in their homeland.
But immigrants also had to observe holy days and laws unique to the American Catholic Church. The requirement that individual congregations pay all church expenses was the most significant difference between Slovak Catholic churches in Europe and the United States. Because parishes had to be self-supporting, lay organizations sponsored numerous fund-raising social events, and ethnic churches became centers of community activities.
They organized a few churches but more often they cooperated with other Byzantine rite Catholics, especially Carpatho-Rusyns, to found ethnically mixed parishes.
Byzantine rite Catholics professed the same creed as followers of the Roman rite, and both were under papal authority. However, services in the Byzantine rite were conducted in Old Church Slavonic, which used the Cyrillic alphabet. The fact that Byzantine rite clergymen could marry while Roman rite priests could not became a significant difference in the United States.
Having a married clergy created problems for Byzantine rite Catholics because some American bishops refused to accept wedded priests in their dioceses. This refusal caused some Byzantine rite Catholic Slovaks to join an Orthodox church. Lutherans comprised the second largest body of Slovak immigrants.
They organized their first congregation in in Freeland, Pennsylvania, and during the next half century Slovak Lutherans established more than 70 congregations and missions.
In Slovak Lutherans formed their own synod, an executive and judicial body made up of clergy and laypersons. Some Slovak Lutheran clergy and laypersons refused to adopt liturgical changes subsequently demanded by the conference and, as a result, serious divisions developed. Continued disagreements over liturgical and theological principles led to the formation of the Slovak Zion Synod in , which affiliated with the United Lutheran church in America in Only a small number of Slovak Calvinists immigrated to the United States.
A few of these Protestants affiliated with Reformed churches but most became Presbyterians. They founded 15 Slovak Presbyterian churches. A tiny number of Slovak immigrants converted to other Protestant religions, primarily to the Congregational church. In , there were three Slovak Congregational churches and another that included both Czechs and Slovaks.
These four churches had only adult members. Slovak churches survived for decades as ethnic institutions while experiencing some change. By the s Slovak Protestant churches were introducing English into their services. Catholics continued to use Latin until the s when the Catholic church began to use the vernacular. As the immigrant generation died and their descendants moved out of ethnic neighborhoods, some Slovak churches declined or were taken over by new immigrant groups. Eighty percent of Slovak immigrants had been common or farm laborers in their homeland.
Having few skills Slovaks found jobs as manual laborers in heavy industries, especially in steel and allied industries that produced durable goods. A large number of Slovaks also toiled in coal mines. In surveys revealed that 82 percent of Slovak males labored as miners or in iron and steel mills.
Some Slovak women were employed as domestics, but in cities they often worked in food processing plants. Fewer employment opportunities existed for women in small milltowns. Those who were unable to find domestic service jobs typically remained unemployed and helped at home until they married.
Widows and married women often ran boardinghouses where they cooked and did the laundry for residents. The majority of second-generation Slovak males followed their fathers' paths and became industrial laborers, although some did enter the professions or acquired skills. Subsequent generations have deviated from this course. The census found that only 5. In only 26 percent of Slovaks had jobs in manufacturing, mining, and construction.
Most Slovaks were employed in white-collar jobs. The evidence does not yet indicate what impact corporate downsizing has had on Slovak Americans holding white-collar positions but the process has clearly affected laborers. The closing of plants in the industrial Northeast and Midwest has adversely affected second- and third-generation Slovaks, especially persons beyond middle age.
Still, the unemployment rate of 4. Slovak involvement in politics has changed over the decades. At the turn of the century few immigrant workers regularly participated in political activities. Such involvement was typically limited to leaders of Slovak fraternal societies. Founded to provide insurance, disability benefits, and unemployment compensation, and to stimulate ethnic consciousness among Slovaks, fraternals also encouraged or required members to become American citizens.
Fraternal leaders believed that having a membership composed mainly of American citizens would enhance the fraternals' political clout. These organizations worked hard to influence legislation that affected immigrants. They also became involved in American domestic issues, especially those that concerned working-class Americans.
Slovak immigrants and their children helped organize and joined unions, especially in the steel and mining industries where so many of them worked. In his powerful novel, Out of This Furnace , Thomas Bell, a second-generation Slovak, vividly describes the work experiences and union activities of Slovaks in western Pennsylvania where he grew up during the Great Depression.
An accurate picture of the political activities of Slovak immigrants and successive generations is difficult to discern. In when citizenship data was recorded by "country of birth" only Through the s Slovaks seemed to remain loyal to the Democratic Party in state and local elections but the pattern in national elections is less clear.
In John F. The specific voting patterns and political activities of Slovak Americans during the following three decades have not been.
In geographic areas where Slovaks have concentrated, they have been elected to local and state offices. Gaydos — , who represented Pennsylvania's twentieth district from through Slovak organizations also became involved in the politics of their homeland. Specifically to counter the Hungarian government's intensified Magyarization efforts, in Slovak journalists and national fraternal leaders organized the Slovak League of America.
During World War I, the league and Slovak fraternal societies worked to secure American and international support for the creation of an independent Czecho-Slovakia. Their activities included lobbying American politicians and trying to influence public opinion. The league and its supporters pressured Thomas Masaryk, the future first president of Czechoslovakia, into signing the Pittsburgh Agreement on May 30, The document ostensibly provided for Slovak autonomy within the newly created state.
According to the agreement's provisions Slovakia was to have its own independent administration, parliament, and court system. The Pittsburgh Agreement subsequently became one of the most controversial documents in Czechoslovakia's history. Its provisions were not incorporated into Czechoslovakia's constitution, and a centralized government was established instead. During the s and s several Slovak American organizations tried unsuccessfully to persuade Czechoslovakia's government to implement the Pittsburgh Agreement.
During the Cold War, Slovak organizations actively supported American policies and those of other countries that opposed the totalitarian government in Czechoslovakia. The precise number of Slovaks who served in World War I cannot be determined. Military records for the period after categorize Slovaks and Czechs together as Czechoslovaks. According to the census, 6, persons, including women, of Slovak ancestry were serving in the United States military. The Americanization of names as well as intermarriage among ethnic groups precludes identifying many persons of Slovak ancestry who have made a significant contribution to American society or to the arts, sciences, education, industry, and government.
Andy Warhol, , pop artist, famous for his paintings of soup cans and other modern art, was the son of immigrants who came to the United States from Slovakia in Thomas Bell , originally Belejcak, was a second-generation Slovak author of six novels; his best and most famous novel, Out of This Furnace, vividly portrays the life of Slovak immigrants, their children, and grandchildren from the turn of the century into the Great Depression of the s.
Michael Novak — , author of Naked I Leave, is also a theologian and conservative commentator who received the Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion. Paul Wilkes — is also a noted writer.
Marine Corps Memorial monument located adjacent to Arlington National Cemetery is based on that photograph. George Blanda — is a professional football legend.
Founded in August , the FCSLA is a religious fraternal organization that provides insurance benefits to more than , members. It also promotes the preservation of Catholicism and ethnic culture among Slovak American Catholics.
Founded in September , the FCSU is a religious fraternal organization that provides insurance benefits to more than 88, members. It promotes the preservation of Catholicism and ethnic culture among Slovak American Catholics.
Founded in , the NSS is a secular fraternal organization that provides insurance benefits to more than 13, members. It also promotes the preservation of ethnic culture among Slovak Americans. Founded in , the SCS is a religious organization that provides insurance benefits to nearly 41, members.
It promotes athletic and gymnastic programs as well as the preservation of Catholicism and ethnic culture among Slovak Americans. Founded in , the Slovak League is a secular organization that promotes the preservation of Slovak culture in the United States. It also provides funds for projects to assist cultural and religious institutions in Slovakia. Institute has Slovak books and periodicals.
Its manuscript collections include some fraternal and organizational records as well as papers of a few Slovak Americans. Located at the University of Minnesota, it is the largest repository in the world of materials on immigrants from eastern and southern Europe.
Among its holdings are Slovak newspapers, fraternal and non-fraternal publications, and books. Its manuscript collections include the records of several Slovak organizations, fraternal societies, churches, and prominent persons. This is the largest Slovak Library in the United States with more than 30, volumes.
It also contains manuscript collections and Slovak artifacts. This museum houses books, Slovak memorabilia, costumes, and artifacts. Rosedale and Jednota Lane, Middletown, Pennsylvania This institute has extensive holdings of books, newspapers, periodicals, and other documents related to Slovak immigration and life in the United States. Drive, Cleveland, Ohio Independent, nonprofit association, located at Illinois Benedictine College.
Research focuses on Slovak Culture. Seeks to make known the history and aspirations of Slovak people and strives to preserve cultural heritage and provide those of Slovak descent with a sense of their historical background.
The Battle for Homestead, Politics, Culture, and Steel. University of Pittsburgh Press, Historical and Cultural Studies: A Bicentennial Study, compiled by Joseph Krajsa, et al.
Slovaks in the United States of America: Good Books Press, Growing Up on the South Side: Three Generations of Slovaks in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Bucknell University Press, Acculturation and Assimilation Slovak immigrants exemplified the pattern evident among most ethnic groups in the United States: Language Slovak belongs to the Slavic language group.
Family and Community Dynamics Immigration is a disruptive process, especially for families. Employment and Economic Traditions Eighty percent of Slovak immigrants had been common or farm laborers in their homeland.
Politics and Government Slovak involvement in politics has changed over the decades. The specific voting patterns and political activities of Slovak Americans during the following three decades have not been "I dentification with an ethnic group is a source of values, instincts, ideas, and perceptions that throw original light on the meaning of America.
Individual and Group Contributions The Americanization of names as well as intermarriage among ethnic groups precludes identifying many persons of Slovak ancestry who have made a significant contribution to American society or to the arts, sciences, education, industry, and government. A monthly publication of the First Catholic Slovak Union. A monthly publication of the National Slovak Society. Lori Crowley, Associate Editor. Newspaper published in Czech and Slovak.
First Catholic Slovak Union of the U. Slovak League of America. Immigration History Research Center. Jankola Library and Archives Center. Danville Academy, Danville, Pennsylvania Jednota Museum and Archives Center. Reverend Father Andrew Pier. Vida Capay, Secretary General. So much and so many organizations have to do with the Slovak Catholic contingent, that I'm doubtful anyone might have any information that I could use. I'm even having difficulty locating the Presbyterian Beneficial Union.
Thanks for any guidance you can offer. Your article was very interesting my mom's ancestors came from slovak ancestory. This article appears the results of dedication and work to expand our knowledge of our Slovak culture. My grandfather in the first decade of the last century was a young Slovak peasant who wanted a better life for himself and his new wife.
He was frustrated by the attempted magyarization of his culture and language. He was drafted into the Hungarian army as a cavalry man. He changed his name as did his in ln laws to escape the country. Than of course you got the butchering of ethnic names Americanization once you got to this country.
He followed the ethnic trail from new jersey to pennsylvania and eventually to ohio. Now add to that mess the changing of town names my magyars, germans, russians and the slovaks. I only wish I had more time to pursue this search! I see a book in there somewhere? Ludmila, it depends on where you are.
I know in western Pa there are plenty of organizations you can join. Try to listen in on one of the radio channels they listed also because there they will tell you any Slovak events coming up in the area! To whomever took the time to write this article: As a third generation young Slovak American I found this article really fascinating and detailed!
All the information seemed very accurate! I just wish there were more people my age who were as interested in their Slovak heritage as I am. I just finished this article and found it to be most informative and factual as I remember growing up in Trenton, NJ and the mining town of Ebervale, PA. Thank you for your efforts to preserve the history of our people and our heritage.
In spite of his large family, very little is known about his ancestory, likely due to the assimilation practice to which you refer. Plus, having visited Windber, PA, with my parents this past summer I came to understand why the Stanishes didn't ruminate on the past. Life in a coal mining town where you literally "owed your soul to the company store", was best left behind. Fortunately for me my dad's family did just that, moving to Toledo, OH in the mids. There he met my mom when they both were working in the advertising department of Willys-Overland Jeep.
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Pimp My Beautiful Car Create your own custom sports car, with various custom colors, mag wheels, lights, and more!! Chic Bratz Chic Bratz lets you dress a pretty Bratz girl in cool sexy outfits and accessories.
Sexy Girl 2 Dressup Dress a sexy girl in trendy outfits and stylish accessories. Dancing Princess Dancing Princess has beautiful 18th century fashion, accessories and classical music. Fortunate Mother Dressup this pretty expecting girl in trendy outfits such as cool coats, sexy dresses and more.
Talented Artist Dressup this pretty young artist in casual wear and trendy accessories. Sweetie Couple Sweetie Couple lets you dress up a girl in trendy outfits so she can be all pretty for her cute boyfriend!
Chic Girl Makeover Dressup this fine chic for her next party. Choose betweens lots of accessories and other stuff. Dancing Bratz Dancing Bratz lets you dress a pretty Bratz girl in cool dancing outfits and accessories. Spring Outing Girl Dress this pretty girl in various outfits. Be Ready For Wonderland Dress this cute little girl in colourful outfits so she can go to the amusement park.
Gorgeous Party Girl Dress this pretty girl into trendy outfits perfect for going out to party. Crazy Skateboard Girl Dressup this sporty girl with trendy outfits, so she is ready to go skateboard.
Beautiful Country Girl Select beautiful outfits perfect for country living. Sexy Girl 3 Dress this sexy girl in cool summer outfits and accessories. Flying Kite Girl Dress this cute girl in summer outfits and accessories so she can go play with her kite in the sun! Seaside Dressup Cute girl takes a walk by the seaside. Sweet Mermaid Dress this beautiful mermaid in various water world outfits! Shining Girl Makeover Create a new makeover. Ready for Wedding Dress this beautiful bride in various gorgeous wedding gowns and accessories.
Girl in Lane Dress this beautiful girl in various fashionable clothes and trendy accessories.
How to get there: A little help for my darling customers! If you are coming from KL or Bangsar, the Eastin hotel on your LEFT (on SPRINT highway) - Tropicana Mall will be on your LEFT side too - Keep to your left all the way heading to Damansara Toll. Established in , Costumes Empire is Malaysia's favourite costume rental company. We specialise in fancy dress hire, costume parties, group bookings, corporate events and we even make custom-made costumes to order. Costumes Empire (Petaling Jaya, Malaysia) shared Viral Media Johor's post. Sp S on S so S red S · September 3 at PM · Viral Media Johor added a photo and a video — with Een Erdia Payba and 31 others. March 12 ·4/4(1).