German Bohemians originally from Staab (now part of the Czech Republic) were tested to the limit by poverty and tribulation. The two tenets they clung to – loyalty to the Catholic Church and a willingness to help their neighbours – enabled them to carve farms from the bushlands of the Pūhoi River.
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Pūhoi Bohemian Museum
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