2023 Polish Genealogy Conference
Every attendee will be entered into the drawing which will be held on October 28.
Winners need not be present!
- Two Complimentary One Year Memberships to the Polish Genealogical Society of Connecticut and the Northeast.
PGSCTNE’s digital membership period is from January 1 to December 31. During your membership year, you will receive a Winter and Summer newsletter, Pathways and Passages, along with free access to our databases. Also as a member, you will have access to the last five years of our newsletters and recordings of our past webinars.
- Tuition Free Polish Language Classes from the World Language Academy, PGSCTNE.
This class will be taught by Jonathan D. Shea who is a university professor as well as a Connecticut certified language teacher.Beginning Polish, Part I will be held 1 day per week for 8 weeks. Class size will be limited to ensure each student gets individualized attention.
- Complimentary One Year membership to Polish Genealogical Society of Michigan.
Digital membership for one year includes the receipt of the Society’s journal, the Polish Eaglet, which is printed in the spring, summer and fall and their newsletter, News from the Nest. PGSM.org website contains secure databases for members only, back issues of the Polish Eaglet (1981-2018), bi-lingual group sheets and tutorials. PGSM also offers research services and a discount in their store.
- Going Home: A Guide to Polish-American Family History Research by Jonathan D. Shea.
A complimentary copy which will be distributed by Susan Grzyb, On The Road Bookshop.com . Susan is Secretary for PGSCTNE.
This comprehensive reference book covers all facets of research that you will need to successfully trace your Polish-American family history.The author shares his over three decades of research experience in Polish genealogical investigations including on site archival experience in Poland, Lithuania, the US and Canada.
- Two My Heritage DNA Kits
- Polish Genealogy: Finding the Polish Records by Stephen Szabados
This book lists many sources of information that will add to your family history; identify where your ancestors were born and where to find their Polish records. It is designed to give the researcher the tools needed to research their Polish ancestors and find possible answers to the origins of their Polish heritage. The book includes many sample documents and tips that should prove useful for both the beginner and the veteran genealogist. The information in this book covers the most up-to-date collection of sources for Polish genealogy and should prove to be invaluable when doing Polish research.