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    West Slavic Tribes in the 8th century

    Green colour represents sparsely populated / mainly forested areas:

    Map is from book "Słowianie Zachodni" by Lech Leciejewicz (1989):


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    Interesting to note that this map is more detailed than the typical one I have seen in the past.
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    On your map Tomenable, the Kaszubi are placed where most believe they originated, while the modern day Kashubia appears to be unoccupied.
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    The area I live in was habited already in 8th century, nice

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    Interesting map. My grandma's village is in that little white spot between the Moravians and the Slovakians. She migrated to the US around 1930 and I have them before then in that village going back a few centuries before that. Very rare in the 6 generations before her to have people ancestors from other villages. Her family identified as Slovaks. But I wouldn't be surprised if my Bakic line had been in that village since about the time of that map. I wonder how long they considered themselves as Slovaks?
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