Pathways and Passages
                         Back Issues
                   Spring 2000 - Fall 2002


Vol. 16, No. 2  -  Spring 2000

•  Polonia in New Haven, Connecticut
•  How's This For a Mistake? 
•  Hamburg Departure Lists On-Line 
  Name Changes by Jonathan D. Shea
 Passenger Ship Arrivals:  SS Dresden departed Bremen and arrived in Baltimore
    on July 26, 1898
•  SS President Lincoln departed Hamburg and arrived in New York on May 30, 1912  
•  SS Graf Waldersee departed Hamburg on May 15, 1911 and arrived in New York
    on May 28, 1914    
•  SS Lapland departed Antwerp and arrived in New York on April 21, 1921  
•  First Member of the Millenium
  First Babies of the Old Millenium
• 
New Britain Sesquicentennial
• 
Rhode Island Cemeteries Progress Report
• 
New York Metro Area Naturalization Records


Vol 17, No. 1  -  Fall 2000

• 
Beyond Our Expectations!
  From the Kurpian Forest Across the Ocean "For Bread"
•  Soldiers and Refugees of the Polish Insurrection of 1830-1831 by Jeffrey E. Stokes 
•  Passenger Ship Arrivals:  SS Friedrich der Grosse departed Bremen and arrive in
    New York on November 1, 1904 
• 
Passenger Ship Arrivals:  SS Westernland departed Antwerp and arrived in New York
    on May 10, 1906 
•  Book Review: Przewodnik po źróddłach ziem województwa ostrołęckiego XV-XX  
  
 (Guide to Historical Resources of the Province of Ostrolęka, 15th-20th Centuries) by
    Garret Mierzejewski
•  Name Changes 
•  Shamokin, Pennsylvania:  A Stop on the Immigrant Trail by Steve Butkie 
  Surviving Records of Pinsk Diocese in Polish Archives   


Vol. 17, No. 2  - Spring 2001

•  A Tale of One Register:  A Detailed Look at an Early 19th-Century Baptismal Register
•  Latin Lexicon  

•  Community Profile:  Union City, Connecticut 
•  Ellis Island Website Premieres! 
•  Name Changes 
•  Passenger Ship Arrivals:  SS Kroonland departed Antwerp July 28, 1921, arrived
    in New York on August 9, 1921 
•  Passenger Ship Arrivals:  SS Willehad departed Bremen and arrived in New York
    on October 14, 1898
•  Passenger Ship Arrivals:  SS Dresden arrived in Baltimore on Octrober 20, 1898 
 Пашяць Гролзенскі раён
•  Translation Helper
• 
Stamps Postmarked Domianów by M. Bielawa
• 
Consulate and Foreign Language Service Lists
•  Book Reviews:  Dzieje Polski-Kalendarium, Kraków, Wydawnictwo Literackie, 1999
    (Calendar of Polish History)
•  Sometimes Gifts Come With Our Document Requests


Vol. 18, No. 1  -  Fall 2001

• 
New "Find Our Roots" Program to Offer Research Services for Grodno Archives
    by Barbara Proko
•  Mass-Conn-ection 2001:  A Resounding Success 
  Russian Military Records from the Kingdom of Poland as a Source for Genealogical
   Research by Michal Kopczynski, University of Warsaw
 GMINA Listings - Provinces of Kielce and Łomża   
•  Documents Going Home 
• 
In Search of my Uncle's Grave by Joanne Kennedy
•  Passenger Ship Arrivals:  SS Main departing from Bremen on December 21, 1907
•  Passenger Ship Arrivals:  SS Chemnitz departing from Bremen on October 1906
  Community Profile - Lowell, Massachusetts
•  Phonetic Pandemonium, or, Surname Slaughter by Tomasz Kulesz 
•  Conference Attendees' Research - Who and Where 
 

Vol. 18, No. 2 - Spring 2002

• 
Recent LDS Films are Hidden Treasure for Lida Area Research by Barbara Proko
•  What are Ruthenians? by Matthew Bielawa 
  Community Profile:  Maynard, Massachusetts by Barbara Proko
•  Passenger Ship Arrivals:  SS Brasilia departing Hamburg and arriving in Baltimore
    on December 15, 1898 
•  Mutilation:  The Fate of Eastern European Names in America by William F. Hoffman 
•  Book Reviews:  Archiwalia polskiej proweniencji terytorialnej przechowywane w
   Państwowym
Archiwum Federacji Rosyjskiej i Rosyjskim Państwowym Archiwum
   Wojskowym
(Archival Materials of Polish Territorial Origin Housed in the National
   Archives of the Russian Federation and the Russian State Military Archives by
   Władysław Stępniak  
   
 

Vol. 19, No. 1  -  Fall, 2002

  Walking in Babcia's Footsteps:  The Port of Antwerp by Jonathan Shea  
•  Community Profile:  Nashua, New Hampshire 
  Slowly But Surely ... Inscriptions from Calvary Cemetery, New York City
•  What Do 19th-Century Death Registers Tell Us? 
•  100th Anniversary, Cambria Steel Company Rolling Mine Disaster, Thursday,
    July 10, 1902, 11:30 a.m. 
•  Searching for Agata by Cecilia Dybas Patalita
•  Translation Helper -- Portuguê
•  Do Your Ancestors Hail From Eastern Europe? by Natalie Schmidt 
•  Book Review: Kаталіцкія храмьі на Беларусі (Catholic Churches in Belarus) by
    A. M. Kulagin

•  Seeking Fathers, Mothers, Brothers, and Sisters? by Ceil Jensen 
• 
Mass-Conn-ection III, Conference Attendees' Research Areas:  Surnames and
   
Locations