POLISH FOR GENEALOGISTS – 2020
February 24 @ 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm$20
- Session I Introduction to the sound system and orthography of the Polish language. General description of the structure of the language and how it “works”
- Session 2 Birth records. Students will examine the structure of birth records, learn key vocabulary and translate both columnar and paragraph style birth records.
- Session 3 Marriage Records. Students will learn the structure and vocabulary contained in typical nineteenth century marriage records.
- Session 4 Death records. Students will learn the structure and vocabulary found in representative death records and learn how to interpret what is written on gravestones.
There is a 20 dollar fee for each course.
Checks should be made out to PGSCTNE and mailed to
8 Lyle Road
New Britain, CT 06053-2104
To register your place in these classes or if you have any questions, contact email@example.com
There is a limit of 12 people for each class. We are keeping the classes small so each student can receive individual attention from the instructor. If there is an insufficient number of students, the class will be postponed to another time.
The instructor for both classes will be Prof Jonathan Shea, co- author of several textbooks on translating a wide array of records from Polish and Russian to English.
We wish to thank Richard and Victoria Lamore of New Britain for providing the venue for these classes.