Many Eastern European families sought a new life of freedom in America during the mid nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. They were merely chattel to tyrannical kings and their crony landlords of the time. This oppressive form of government and the inspiration of their freedom fighting patron saint, St. John Nepomucene, drove one family to seek freedom in a faraway land known as Texas.
Donald D. (Donnie) Naiser was born in 1942, in El Campo, Texas about ten miles South of Taiton, and has lived in Texas all his life. He has a B.S. degree in Agricultural Engineering from Texas A&M University and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Texas. In 1958, Naiser purchased a used, one row, cotton-picking machine using money earned from 4-H Club projects.
Danny strolled along the steppe grassland and savannah of Northern Moravia on the Naizar farm located on the edge of the Inter-Carpatian Depression that divided the Carpatian Mountains from the Upper Moravian Dale.