Pathways and Passages
                         Back Issues
                   Winter 2015 - Summer 2017

Vol. 31, No. 1  -  Winter 2015

•  AGAD (Central Archive of Historical Records) Has Scanned Vital Records, Too
•  Community Profile - New London, CT
    Ancestral Parishes of New London's Polonia
    Connecticut World War I Military Census - New London  
•  How Common Is Your Ancestral Surname? 
  Find or Be Found:  Using the PGSCTNE Surname Lists by Dorena Wasik
•  Print and Electronic Polish Obituaries        
•  Book Review: 
Łomża i powiat łomżyński w latach drugiej wojny światowej i trudnych
    latch powojennych
(Łomża and the County of Łomża During World War II and the
    Difficult Postwar Years).  Czesław Brodzicki.

•  Restoring Endings to Find Place Names on Maps
•  Digitized Parish and Organizational Histories
•  Transcriptions from Wiżajny Parish Cemetery - Part Two

Vol. 31, No. 2  -  Summer 2015

The Genealogical Value of Church Inventories by Jonathan Shea  
•  Supplemental Social Security Index Released by Ancestry
•  Register Entries Too Short or Too Long?  Something's Up!
•  Polish Genealogist Lectures Across East Coast to Help Americans Reconnect by
    Mark Dillon
•  Our Ancestral Villages by Joseph Kielec, PGSMA
•  An Infrequently Used Gazetteer - Skorowidz Królestwa Polskiego (Gazetteer of the
   Kingdom of Poland)
•  County of SokółkaŁ  Translation from the Słownik Geograficzny

Vol. 32, No. 1  -  Winter 2016

•  Notary Records in Poland by Tadeusz H. Pilat, M.L.S., A.G.  
Ask Aleksandra - The German National List - Deutsche Volksliste - A Source of
   Genealogical Information by Aleksandra Kacprzak and Mariusz Zebrowski
Coal Mines and Concentration Camps:  Poles and Poland at the Turn of the
   Century by John Righetti
  Vanished Without a Trace

Vol. 32, No. 2 - Summer 2016                                             

Vital Statistics Registers As Historical Source Materials by Danuta Bzura,
    Director of the Lomza State Archives
ommunity Profile:  Torrington, Connecticut
Packrat or Genealogist?  Effective Methods for Organizing Your Family
   History Research by Lisa A. Alzo, M.F.A.

Vanished Without a Trace

Vol. 33, No. 1 - Winter 2017

• PGSCTNE Members Address Genealogical Conference in Brzeg, Poland

• An Old Letter....A New Cousin by Edie Jones, Storrs, Connecticut
• Flip-Flopping Maiden Names?  Maybe Here's Why! by A. Zarzecki
• Community Profile:  Paterson, New Jersey
• Reclaim the Records by J. Korzeniecki
PGSCTNE Preliminary Conference Program, October 13 & 14, 2017
Brick Walls & Digital Newspapers by Kris W. Rzepczynski, MLS, MA
Missing Persons by J. Brzostowski
• Consular Communiques May Link You to a Relative
Vol. 33, No. 2 - Summer 2017

•  Parish Reorganization in the Archdiocese of Hartford
•  Silenced Bells - The Demise of St. Stanislaus Parish, Waterbury, CT
•  Selected Parishioner Names of St. Stanislaus Parish, Waterbury
•  A Simple German Form That May Look Familiar
•  Passports and Censuses Aren't Just for People!
  Learning Opportunity - 2017 PGSCTNE Conference
  Genealogically-Oriented Trip to Poland Plannned for Next Spring
•  Vanished Without a Trace
•  So Many Obituaries - So Few Indexers!  Can You Help?
Consular Communiques May Link You to a Relative - Conclusion...