|New Prague Area Historical Society|
|To order please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 952-758-5291. A shipping and handling fee will be added to your order.|
|Items for sale:|
|St. Wenceslaus Cemetery and Czech National Cemetery Inventory: Price $10.00|
|New Prague Notecards (Sketches of various local landmarks)
Packages of ten: Price 4.25
|New Prague Postcards of St. Wenceslaus Church: Price .35 or 3/$1.00|
|New Prague Times Jubilee Edition 1931
(History of New Prague up to 1931): Price 5.25
|1895 History of New Prague: Price 10.00|
|New Prague Trivia|
|New Prague Trivia was written to provide an entertaining look at New Prague’s past. Sports, entertainment, geography, and history trivia form the backbone of the book. In addition to the question and answer arrangement, New Prague Trivia has many photographs and four short historical essays about people and events in New Prague’s past.
Greg Tikalsky currently teaches social studies at New Prague High School. He graduated from New Prague High School in 1985 and St. Olaf College in 1989. He and his wife Tammi live in New Prague with their children Megan, Jonathan, Sylvie and Jarek.
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Some Trivia examples:
Q: What three other names did New Prague have before it settled on the current city name?
A: Oral, Praha, and Nova Praha
Q: What does Mala Strana mean?
A: “Little town”- named after a neighborhood in Prague, Czechoslovakia
Q: What did the New Prague Times use for the first time on January 22, 1942?
A: The nickname “Trojans” for the high school team.
Q: What name was on the New Prague High School Trojans baseball uniforms until the early 1950’s?
Q: How many appearances did New Prague make in the State Football playoffs?
A: Four (1973, 1974, 1985, and 1989).
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