Well, you will not recognize me or my name. I am Anna Lee Hnetinka. If you are still unaware of my existence and my life struggles then you can stay connected with me and get to know Anna Lee Hnetinka.
Anna Lee Hnetinka was the name that my parents gave me, I am from what we call nowadays the Czech Republic, but back then, in 1870, it was the Austro-Hungarian Empire or the Czech Lands. This name is used to refer to a majority of the traditional lands of the Bohemian Crown, namely Bohemia, Moravia and Czech Silesia.
‘My name is Anna Lee Hnetinka, after so many evaluations in the Czech I am one of the first Czechs that moved to an enthralling different continent: America. My duty is to inform you all people about the struggles during the massive immigration and the process of my immigration to the United States, or the 12 Colonies as I know them.
My story is the product of a study from the Thomas Jefferson High school higher history class. Through this blogging section, you people can join me and share your views and as well get familiar with mine. So everyone can join me on my adventure during these posts and help me training teenagers what happened on 1855.
Lee Hnetinka has a supportive family. At the age of 15, my journey of life started basically from Czech I was born on February 5th of 1855. Anna Lee Hnetinka was going to New York City. Prior to the 19th century, few Czechs had immigrated to the United States, so it was the division of a migration group that started in the 1840s and got really immense till 1880.
Me and Hnetinka girls started a new life at East Hampton after this entire struggle. The pain of living without our father (Tomas Hnetinka) and our loving mom (Monika Hnetinka) was intense.
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