Posts tagged ‘Polish Genealogy’

March 11, 2012

Allen County Public Library – Hosts, “March Madness: Genealogy Style” March 18-22

by C. Michael Eliasz-Solomon

 March 18 -Researching Your Polish Ancestors” will be 1-2 p.m.  The Polish Genealogy event  is  for 

 Researchers interested in their Polish roots are faced with a unique set of challenges, from the language to the infinite spelling variations and the shifting boundaries on the map. This program will explore these challenges, important American sources, both print and online, and research strategies that can shed light on your ancestral town in Poland.

Location: Meeting Room A.

To register for this class. Call 260-421-1225  -or-  Email: Genealogy@ACPL.Info.

For more information, or to view the March Madness brochure.


March 19 – “French-Canadian Research at the Genealogy Center” will be 2-3 p.m.

March 20 – “The Riches of First Nations Heritage: Beginning Native American Genealogical Research” from 2-3 p.m. 

March 21 – Learn about Revolutionary War Service in “It Was Everybody’s War,” from 2-3 p.m.

March 22 – Locate those “Shadowed Roots: Antebellum Era Records for African-American Research,” from 10-11 a.m.

To register or obtain more information, call Melissa Shimkus at (260) 421-1225.

To learn more about the genealogical collection at that prestigious library, visit http://www.genealogycenter.org.

November 6, 2011

Polish Genealogy Notable News – #Polish, #Genealogy

by C. Michael Eliasz-Solomon

Polish Genealogy Notable News

On Wednesday (November 2nd), Family Tree Magazine released their 101 Best Genealogy Websites. Their email newsletter had the link for 2010 unfortunately — which Stanczyk only just noticed as I was writing this article. Here is the link to their 2011 version of the 101 Best Genealogy Websites. This 2011 article did NOT have a printable list of URL’s/LINKs, but here is the PDF from last year .

On Monday (October 31st), The Gen Dobry newsletter came (always a monthly highlight) and there was a mention of the United Polish Genealogical Societies Biennial Conference in April 2012. For more info on this conference, go to: http://upgs.eventbrite.com/ .

Stanczyk’s own Dziennik Polski (Detroit, MI) Historical Ethnic Newspaper page had many updates this week. Most importantly, the Dziennik Polski Names Index Page now has nearly 31,000 names (and dates and whether it is a birth, marriage, or death or other event).

South Florida’s Sun Sentinel published an article November 1st, on a remarkable story of how genealogy connected a Jewish Polish-American with the rest of his Holocaust survivors family. This is genealogy at its most poignant.

Blessings for the new week!

–Stanczyk

 

 

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