2017 Polish Genealogy Conference

                                         sponsored by

The Polish Genealogical Society of Connecticut and the Northeast, Inc.
               The S.A. Blejwas Endowed Chair of the Polish and Polish American Studies
                                             Central Connecticut State University

You are cordially invited to attend the 2017 Genealogy Conference to learn the strategies for tracing your Polish-American and Eastern European roots.  Come learn how to fill in the missing pieces of your family history!

DATE    Friday, October 13, 2017 and Saturday, October 14, 2017

PLACE:  Institute of Technology, Business and Development
                 Central Connecticut State University, Downtown Campus
                 185 Main Street, New Britain, Connecticut

FEE:        Friday and Saturday - $85.00
                 Saturday only - $65.00      ---     Friday only - $35.00

*  Finger sandwiches, coffee and tea are included in Friday's registration.

*  A Polish-American luncheon is included in Saturday's registration.

                              Lecture Summaries can be viewed here.

 Matthew Bielawa and
 Jonathan Shea

 Finding the Missing Pieces of Your Polish and
 Ukrainian Family History

 Dr. Mieczyslaw Biskupski    
  Did Pilsudski Raise a Polish Army in America?

 Michelle Chubenko

  Jersey Roots:  Touring the Garden State and
  Genealogy in Ukraine:  Discover Online Resources

 David Ouimette 

   From Wojtowa to Chicopee:  The Story of Polish   
  Immigrant Millworkers 
and  Overcoming Spelling
  Problems and Unlocking the Power of Names

  Tadeusz Piłat
 (from Tarnobrzeg, Poland)
   Greek Catholics in Poland and Family Research
   Military Conscription Lists in the Kingdom of Poland
   and Genealogical Research

 Thomas Sadauskas

   Europe's World War II Displaced Persons (DPs): 
   Their Little Known Story
 Julie Szczepankiewicz 
   The Ins and Outs of Geneteka:  How It Works and
   How to Use It Most Effectively 

*  If you wish to consult with an Expert on Saturday, you must make an appointment by
    September 1, 2017
.  Space is limited.  No appointments will be made on the day of the
.  Please complete the Registration Form, Lecture Selection Form and
    Consultation Appointment Form (if applicable).

CONFERENCE RESOURCE CENTER:  Throughout the day, a collection of books, maps
    and other materials will be available to all attendees for consultation.  An officer of PGSCTNE
    will be present to answer questions.

    EXHIBITS will also be available for viewing during the day.

If you have questions, please email Diane Szepanski at Szepanski3@cox.net