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History of Mt. Wenceslaus...
Karlin is a small railroad town in a Bohemian settlement. It was originally called Treemont, but when the seven sons of Francka arrived, 1890-95, they changed the name to Karlin in honor of a city in extreme northern part of Borhemia.
St. Wenceslaus in Karlin, was established in 1904 and was placed on the inactive list in May of 1965 because of a shortage of priests to staff all the churches and missions in the Diocese.