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Researching Ethnic History in Connecticut

Vol. 1, No. 1 Winter 1984

• Our Time Has Come
• Researching Ethnic History in Connecticut: The Polish Question, Part I by Stanislaus Blejwas
• Polish Catholic Church Directories
• Book Review: PolAm: A History of the Polish Americans in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1862 – 1945 by Florence W. Clowes
• Parish Profiles: St. Joseph’s Church, Rockville, Connecticut
• Resources in Berkshire County, Massachusetts by Joseph G. V. Maciora
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Columbia sailed from Glasgow on July 1, 1911, arrived in New York on July 9, 1911 (partial listing)

Connecticut Naturalization Records Centralized

Vol 1, No. 2 Spring 1985

• Connecticut Naturalization Records Centralized
• Poem: Lost Values by Janina Davenport
• Latest Polish Gazetteers Issued: Wykaz Urzędowych Nazw Miejscowości w Polsce
• Research at the Massachusetts Health Department
• Roman Catholic Parishes of Northeastern Poland, Provinces of Łomża, Ostrolęka and Płock
• RUSSIAN ? Who Needs It?!
• French Connection: Frydery k Franciszek Chopin
• Researching Ethnic History in Connecticut: The Polish Question, Part II by Stanislaus Blejwas
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Lapland sailed from Antwerp on July 1, 1911, arrived in New York on July 10, 1911 (partial listing)

Roots in Russia? There’s Still Hope!

Vol. 2, No. 1 Fall 1985

• Roots in Russia? There’s Still Hope!
• Polish Heritage Collection Central Connecticut State University
• What Was Grampa’s “Real” Name?
• 1986 Genealogical Tour of Poland
• Researching Ethnic History in Connecticut: The Polish Question, Part III by Stanislaus Blejwas
• Parish Profiles: St. Michael’s Parish, Derby, Connecticut
• Madame Curie by Joseph G. V. Maciora
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Zeeland sailed from Antwerp on October 31, 1923, arrived in New York on November 10, 1923 (partial listing)

New England Polonia – Where Are We?

Vol. 2, No. 2 - Spring 1986

• New England Polonia – Where Are We???
• Parish Directory: Connecticut, Vermont and Western Massachusetts
• Famous Poles!
• The Polish Name Challenge! by Joseph G. V. Maciora
• Spreading the Word – Educational Outreach
• Boguty to Bristol and Back by Gerald Bogucki
• Diocese of Tarnów
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Vaderland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New York
on April 25, 1911 (partial listing)
• Researching Ethnic History in Connecticut: The Polish Question, Part IV by
Stanislaus Blejwas
• Map of Galicia and Its Present Day Borders

Polish Archive Established in New Britain

Vol. 3, No. 1 - Winter 1986

• Polish Archive Established in New Britain
• Polish Provincial Libraries
• Translating Polish Documents…It’s Not That Hard…Really!!!
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Erlanger sailed from Bremen June 1, 1913, arrived in
New York on June 16, 1913 (partial listing)
• Portrait of a Polish “Babcia” by Joseph G. V. Maciora
• Polonia in New England – Part II – New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut and Rhode Island
• 58,000 Names on a Granite Wall. Polish Names from New England on the Vietnam
War Memorial in Washington, DC
• Poland’s Changing Borders

New England's First Polish Parish Celebrates its Centennial

Vol. 3, No. 2 - Spring 1987

• New England’s First Polish Parish Celebrates its Centennial: St. Joseph Church in
Webster, Massachusetts
• Eastern and Central Massachusetts Parish Directory
• Translating Polish Language Documents: Death Records
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Bonn sailed from Bremen on March 14, 1899, arrived in
New York on March 27, 1899 (partial listing)
• Information Sought on Immigrant Families From the Dąbrowa Białostocka Area
• Old Newspapers May Yield Unexpected Treasures
• Ziemia Łomżyńska (Łomża)
• The Use of Passenger Lists and Their Indices
• Book Review: Cedar Grove Cemetery Inscriptions, South Bend, St. Joseph County,
Indiana by Genevieve Stachowiak Szymarek
• Memories of My First Trip To Poland by Connie Ochnio

Polonia in Brazil

Vol. 4, No. 1 - Winter 1987

• Your Family’s Exact Place of Origin
• Polonia in Brazil
• You’ve Got a Friend in Pennsylvania…And Most Likely a Relative Too!
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Nekar sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York
on October 20, 1909, (partial listing)
• Translating Polish Language Documents: Marriage Records

Nasze Polskie Nawiska

Vol. 4, No. 2 - Spring 1988

• Nasze Polskie Nawiska
• Book Review: Polish Marriage Applicants, St. Joseph County, Indiana 1905-1915
compiled by Gene Szymarek and G. Lucky Ladewski
• Poles in Suffield, CT
• Diocesan Directory
• Memories of Broncia, “An Illegal Alien” by Constance M. Ochnio
• Polish Lineage in French Royalty by Joseph Maciora
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Vaterland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New York
on March 7, 1906 (partial listing)

New Genealogy Center Opens in Poland

Vol 5, No. 1 - Winter 1988

• New Genealogy Center Opens in Poland
• U.S. – Soviet Archival Commission May Someday Make Closed Records Available
• Ziemia Płocka
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Amerika sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New
York on March 31, 1909 (partial listing)
• Translating Polish Language Documents: Eastern Format Church Registers
• Seventeenth And Eighteenth Century Church Records in the Mazxovia Region
• Polish Church Census Books: A Rich and Valuable Source
• From Król to King: The Changing of Polish Surnames

Polish Ancestry Data Base Created

Vol. 5, No. 2 - Spring 1989

• Polish Ancestry Data Base Created
• Book Indexes – A Supplement to Passenger Lists
• Sources in Suffolk County, Massachusetts by Joseph Maciora
• “You Should Go to School” by Albert Peterlin
• Austrian Military Records Helpful in Galician Research
• Notarial Records from Grodno
• Book Review: Genealogical Sources in the New York Metropolitan Area
edited by Estelle M. Guzik
• Polish Pioneer Project
• Polonia in the Garden State
• Wooden Bridge, Poland by Joanne Balon Kennedy

Historic 1989 Tour Of Poland Concluded

Vol. 6, No. 1 - Winter 1989

• Historic 1989 Tour Of Poland Concluded
• New York Cemetery Inscription Project Launched
• New Resource Center Additions
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Roon sailed from Bremen (no date), arrived
in New York on March 30, 1912 (partial listing)
• The Best And The Worst by Ann Marie Freeman
• Book Review: A Translation Guide To Nineteenth Century Polish-Language
Civil Registration Documents, 2nd ed. by Judith R. Frazin
• Polish Archival Guides
• Kamienica by Thomas J. Draus

Exploring Our Cultural Heritage - Polish Wedding Practices

Vol. 6, No. 2 - Spring 1990

• Exploring Our Cultural Heritage – Polish Wedding Practices
• Selected Military Records at the Connecticut State Archives
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Cassel sailed from Bremen, arrived in New
York on December 28, 1906 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Moltke sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New
York on November 8, 1905 (partial listing)
• Index of Passports and Other Documents Being Prepared
• Lithuania – Litwa – Lietuva
• 1920 Census Release
• Our Dream Tour – PGSCT 1990 Tour
• Untrashed Poland: Inchoate Impressions
• Family History Delegation Signs Protocol With USSR
• Preserving our Paper Records

Connecticut's First Polish Parish Celebrates its Centennial

Vol. 7, No. 1 - Winter 1990

• Connecticut’s First Polish Parish Celebrates its Centennial: Kościól Sw. Stanisława
Meriden, CT
• Ellis Island Visited by PGSCT Members
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Cincinnati sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New
York on May 20, 1912 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Prinz Frederick Wilhelm sailed from Bremen, arrived
in New York on September 3, 1911 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Kalserin Auguste Victoria sailed from Hamburg,
arrived in New York on July 23, 1910 (partial listing)
• The Immigrant’s Journey on the Other Side: Before Ellis Island
• Polish Learned Societies – Untapped Resources
• News Items from the U.S.S.R. – Lwów – Zytomierz – Ukraine
• Regional Notes: Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and New Jersey
• Book Review: For Bread with Butter: Life Worlds of East Central Europeans
in Johnstown, PA 1890-1940 by Ewa Morawska
• Book Review: An Historical Bibliography of Polish Towns, Villages, and Regions
(except Warsaw and Kraków), reprinted with an introduction by Edward A. Peckwas
• Austrian Census Returns 1869-1910 with Emphasis on Galicia

Parish and Organizational Histories

Vol. 7, No. 2 - Spring 1991

• Parish and Organizational Histories: Their Contents and Usefulness in Family
History Research
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Patricia sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New York
on February 16, 1913 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Bulow sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York on
December 20, 1912 (partial listing)
• Polish Geography – It’s Not Always as Simple as it Seems
• Policy Changes at the Onomastic Society in Kraków
• Official Place Name Changes
• Research in Brazil – Concrete Sources
• Lithuania: Research Notes And Developments – Some Surnames for Mejszagoła
• Białystok – Łomża Genealogical Study Group
• Social Security Death Master File

Pioneer Valley (Massachusetts) Polonia

Vol 8, No. 1 - Winter 1991

• “New” Record Source: Pre-Marital Examinations
• Pioneer Valley (Massachusetts) Polonia
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Koenigin Louise sailed from Bremen, arrived in
New York on June 5, 1912 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Bremen sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York
on May 23, 1913 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Bulow sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York
on Februrary 7, 1913 (partial listing)
• Book Review: Tracing Your Polish Roots by Maralyn A. Wellauer
• Labor Camp Records of Poland by Dorothy S. Strouf
• Exercise Caution When Dealing with Paid Researchers in Poland!
• Analysis of a Latin-Language Polish Baptismal Certificate
• The 1920 Census May Unlock the Secrets You’re Seeking
• The “New” Polish Telephone Directories – Better Looking and with New
Features

Ecclesiastical Structure Reorganized in Poland

Vol. 8, No. 2 - Spring 1992

• Ecclesiastical Structure Reorganized in Poland Thirteen New Dioceses Created
• Kongresówka – “The Kingdom Of Poland”
• Don’t Let Suffixes Confuse You by Constance M. Ochnio
• Book Review: Nazwiska Polaków (Surnames of Poles) by Kazimierz Rymut
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Batavia sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New
York on April 14, 1907 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Patricia sailed from Cuxhaven, arrived in New
York on January 4, 1908 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Kroonland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New
York on June 23, 1910 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Zeeland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New
York on September 20, 1909 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Rotterdam sailed from Rotterdam, arrived in New
York on August 4, 1913 (partial listing)
• Polonia Profile – Norwich, CT
• Gubernia of Siedlce
• Galician Migration and Church Attitudes
• Translating Polish-Language Obituaries

Nasz Nowy Domek - PGSCT Resource Center and Archive Finds New Home

Vol. 9, No. 1 - Winter 1992

• Nasz Nowy Domek – PGSCT Resource Center and Archive Finds New Home
• Genealogical Tours to Poland: The Past – 1992 Tour
• Archdiocese of Tarnów Renovating its Archive
• Musings on a Trip to Poland by Greg Leck
• Pennsylvania Cemetery Adventures
• World War I Draft Registration Cards
• Tarnów Diocese Parishes
• The Keeping of Vital Statistics Records in the Austrian Partition
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Ryndam sailed from Rotterdam, arrived in New
York on September 1, 1913 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Nekar sailed from Bremen, arrived January 2, 1913
(partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Amerika sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New
York on February 9, 1907 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Gera sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York
on December 14, 1904 (partial listing)

A Visit to the Lithuanian Historical State Archives

Vol. 9, No. 2 - Spring 1993

• A Visit to the Lithuanian Historical State Archives (LVIA)
• Parish Records Are Not Uniform in Format and Content
• The Polonia in Hartford, Connecticut
• First Surname Volume Released
• Diocesan Guides
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Breslau sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York
on May 5, 1911 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Niew Amsterdam sailed from Rotterdam, arrived in
New York on June 3, 1912 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Noordam sailed from Rotterdam, arrived in New
York on Juanuary 23, 1913 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS President Grant sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New
York on December 7, 1910 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Niew Amsterdam sailed from Rotterdam, arrived in
New York on September 23, 1912 (partial listing)
• Book Review: Archiwum Państwowe w Gdańsku: Przewodnik po zasobie do
1945 roku (The State Archives in Gdańsk: Guide to the Collections to 1945)
• New Genealogical Resource in Pennsylvania
• Greek-Catholic Parishes in Poland
• A Polish Newspaper in New England: The Kuryer of Boston

Polish Branch Archives

Vol. 10, No. 1 - Fall 1993

• Polish Branch Archives
• For Beginners – Dla początkujących
• “Newer” Vital Records in the Białystok and Łomża Area
• Researching in Pittsburgh
• German Birth Certificate Translation Aid
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Ryndam sailed from Rotterdam on March 5, 1910,
arrived in New York on March 15, 1910 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Kroonland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New
York on July 6, 1909 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Barbarossa, sailed from Bremen, arrived in New
York on April 24, 1913 (partial listing)
• Polish-American Military Records Organized
• Business, Commercial and Other Directories Hold Genealogical Data
• Polish Immigration to Argentina
• Non-English New Englanders
• Exercise Caution When Looking for an Ancestor in the New York Passenger
List Index
• Help Tracing Poles in New Zealand by Michael Subritzky-Kusza
• Star Connections by Joseph Switajewski
• Use Phone Disc to Find People With Your Surname
• Book Review: The Archives: A Guide to the National Archives Field Branches
by Loretto D. Szucs and Sandra H. Luebking

1994 - A Year of Anniversaries: Largest Polish Parish in New England is100

Vol. 10, No. 2 - Spring 1994

• 1994 – A Year of Anniversaries: Largest Polish Parish in New England is
100 Years Old; PGS of Connecticut is 10 Years Old by Jonathan Shea and
Constance M. Ochnio
• Slownik Geograficzny – Translations: Dąbrowa, Myszyniec and Wola
Raniżowska
• Genealogical Gazetteer of Galicia by Brian J. Lenius
• Diocese of Lublin
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Kaiserin Auguste Victoria sailed from Hamburg,
arrived in New York on May 16, 1908 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Kaiserin Auguste Victoria sailed from Hamburg,
arrived in New York on May 26, 1907 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Kaiser Wilhelm sailed from Bremen on October
17, 1911, arrived in New York on October 24, 1911 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS George Washington sailed from Bremen on November
16, 1912, arrived in New York on November 25, 1912 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Princess Alice sailed from Bremen on May 9, 1905,
arrived in New York on May 20, 1905 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Kaiser Wilhelm sailed from Bremen on September 29,
1908, arrived in New York on October 6, 1908 (partial listing)
• History of Polish Parish in Salamanca, N.Y. is Published
• New Booklet Yields Data on Russian Research by Jonathan Shea and
Jacque Penstone
• Who’s Right? by Tom Kulesz
• PGS Represented at Meeting with Connecticut State Registrar of Vital Records
• Massachusetts Naturalization Records at the Massachusetts State Archives,
Boston, MA by Joseph G. V. Maciora

Russian Provincial Gazetteers

Vol 11, No. 1 - Fall 1994

• Russian Provincial Gazetteers
• “What Do You People Have in Your Collection?”
• More Polish Surname Directories Obtained
• Belarusin Blueberries: Genealogical Field Work in the Former “Red”
White Russia by Garret S. Mierzejewski
• Province of Tarnów – Population Facts and Figures
• Book Review: Irish Records. Sources for Local and Family History by
James G. Ryan
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Roland arrived in Baltimore in March, 1899
(partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Vaderland, sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New
York on June 7, 1910 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Finland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New
York on October 30, 1909 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS President Lincoln sailed from Hamburg, arrived
in New York on August 4, 1910 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Hannover sailed from Bremen, arrived in New
York on December 11, 1904 (partial listing)
• Name Game by Laura Klos Sokol
• Polish Localities in the Russian Partition and Their Parish Affiliations: Vol. I:
Białystok, Drobiczyn, Łomża and Płock Dioceses
• Book Review: The Family Tree Research Kit by Rogert J. Mageau
• Kurpian World War II 50th Anniversary Commemoration by R. Sakowski
• The Transformation of Polish and German Given Names in the Russian
Language, based on baptismal records of Christian residents of Białystok for
the period 1885-1905 by Zofia Abramowicz
• Pittsfield vs. Waltham – The Federal (National) Archives Records Administration

Printed World War I Military Service Lists

Vol. 11, No. 2 - Spring 1995

• Printed World War I Military Service Lists
• Those Dull and Boring Town Reports May Surprise You!
• The Poles of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania by John J. Was
• Short History of the Diocese of Włocławek
• Archival Holdings of Parishes in the Diocese of Włocławek
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Pennsylvania sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New
York on November 6, 1912 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Zeeland sailed from Liverpool, arrived in Boston
on April 27, 1910 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Lapland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New York
on May 17, 1914 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Friesland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New
York on June 4, 1901 (partial listing)
• Address List of Roman Catholic Churches in Lithuania: A Guide for the Family
History Researcher compiled by Jonathan D. Shea
• Galician Genealogical Organizations by Brian J. Lenius
• Linguistic Corner: Adjectival Place Names
• Polish Learned Societies

Linguistic Derivations of Polish First Names

Vol. 12, No. 1 - Fall 1995

• Linguistic Derivations of Polish First Names
• Computers + People = Database of Polish Names by Edward Schultz
• Book Review: U. S. Military Records: A Guide to Federal and State Sources
by James C. Neagles
• Poland’s Ethnocultural Minorities in Present Times
• Geographical Data in Polish-American Catholic Church Records
• Linguistic Corner: A U.S. created Latin-language Marriage Entry
• “Just Tell Me What It Means!” by William F. Hoffman
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Bulgaria sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New
York on February 14, 1903 (partial listing)
• SS Blucher sailed from Hambury, arrived in New York in April, 1904
(partial listing)
• SS Zeeland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New York on August 21, 1912
(partial listing)
• Community Profile – Adams, Massachusetts
• Book Review: Migration from the Russian Empire, Lists of Passengers Arriving
at the Port of New York, Vol. 1, Jan. 1875-Sept. 1882, Vol. 2 Oct. 1882

The Renaissance of Roman Catholic Parishes in Belarus

Vol. 12, No. 2 - Spring 1996

• The Renaissance of Roman Catholic Parishes in Belarus
• The Fate of Greek Catholic Parish Churches in Galicia
• The Fate of Roman Catholic Churches in Eastern Galicia
• World War II Nazi Atrocities in the Jasło Area by Joseph Maciora
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Lapland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New
York on March 20, 1910 (partial listing)
• SS President Lincoln sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New York on October
22, 1909 (partial listing)
• SS Amerika sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New York on October 22, 1908
(partial listing)
• SS Nekar sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York on Feburary 16, 1912
(partial listing)
• Linguistic Derivations of Polish Frist Names, Part II
• Finding the Mother Parish

Gdańsk: Millenium 997-1997

Vol. 13, No. 1 - Fall 1996

• Gdańsk: Millenium 997-1997
• Razanauskas, Różanowski, Rozansky, Rogers, What?? – Linguistic Implications
Regarding Names from the Province of Wilno
• Civil Vital Records May Not be as Devoid of Geography as You Think by
C. M. Ochnio
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Columbia sailed from Glasgow, arrive in New
York on July 10, 1911 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Lapland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New
York on July 10, 1011
• Linguistic Derivations of Polish First Names, Part III
• Tips for Translating Russian-Language Documents by Wiliam F. Hoffman
and Jonathan D. Shea
• From the Słownik Geograficzny: Galicia by Bronislaw Gustawicz

Province of Grodno - Grodzieńska Gubernia

Vol. 13, No. 2 - Spring 1997

• Province of Grodno – Grodzieńska Gubernia
• Polonia in Wilmington, Delaware
• “Roll” Call – Passenger Ship Arrival Microfilm
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Niew Amsterday sailed from Rotterdam,
arrived in New York on July 10, 1911 (partial listing)
• Of Counts, Lords, Nobles, and Princes…or, Who Owned our Ancestors?
• Polish-Ukrainian Name Equivalents
• Linguistic Derivations of Polish First Names, Part IV
• Rhode Island State Archives
• Ellicott Street Cemetery, Salamanca, NY Documented

Returning to the Home of my Ancestors

Vol 14, No. 1 - Fall 1997

• Returning to the Home of my Ancestors: My Trip to Western Ukraine and the
Villages of Biały Kamień and Czeremosznia by Matthew Bielawa
• Saint Louis Church in Portland, Maine by Daniel Allan Ostrowski
• Local History Collections at Polish Libraries
• Local Press Now Flourishing in Poland by Joseph Maciora
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Hamburg sailed from Hamburg, arrived in New
York on November 30, 1913 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Nekar sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York
on May 4, 1913 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Pocohantas sailed from Danzig, arrived in New
York on August 12, 1920 (partial listing)
• Polish Cities’ Anniversaries by Joseph G. V. Maciora
• Linguistic Derivations of Polish First Names, Part V
• Socio-Economic Structure of Village Life: From the Time of the Partition to
the 19th Century
• Peasant Terminology
• Our Trip to Poland by Joan Frohn
• Advice for Beginners by Joanne Kennedy
• Are There Any Older Vital Records at the Civil Vital Statistics Office
for your Ancestral Area?

Jewish Registration Districts (Zydowskie Okręgi Metrykalne) in Galicia

Vol. 14, No. 2 - Spring 1998

• Black Friday – December 6, 1907
• Jewish Registration Districts (Zydowskie Okręgi Metrykalne) in Galicia
• Learned Societies’ Journals – A Content Analysis
• World War I Massachusetts Military Source by Joseph G. V. Maciora
• (CE)M – TV! by J. M. Lawrence
• Featured Web Page
• Not Every Pole is a “-Ski” by Edward Schultz
• Lackawanna County, PA Record Locator
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Kronprinzessin Cecillie sailed from Bremen, arrived
in New York on August 8, 1909 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Koeln sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York
on December 5, 1913 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Poland sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York
on August 3, 1900 (partial listing)
• Mini Gazeteers for Belarus
• Maps of Poland’s Changing Diocesan Boundaries
• Book Review: Dzieje Goniądza w 450 rocznicę praw miejskich (The History
of Goniądz on the occasion of the 450th anniversary of the city charter) by
J. Kloza and J. Maroszek
• Revision Tax Lists – Now on Microfilm
• Linguistic Derivations of Polish First Names, Part VI
• Rhode Island Catholic Church Records
• Discovering Your Roots in Poland – Łukasz Bielecki, Poznań, Poland submitted
by Pat Smith
• Priest or Nun in the Family? by Joseph G. V. Maciora
• Publications on Religious Orders: Their Genealogical Content by Joseph G. V.
Maciora

Community Profile: Middletown, Connecticut

Vol. 15, No. 1 - Fall 1998

• “Sweet Sixteen”
• Community Profile: Middletown, Connecticut
• Massachusetts Registry of Vital Records and Statistics by J. Maciora
• Archival Odyssey by Christa Shukaitis
• Diocese of Chełmno and Pelpin
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Zeeland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New
York on June 7, 1909 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Zeeland sailed from Antwerp, arrived in New York
on May 29, 1912 (partial listing)
• National Archives – Mid-Atlantic Region (Philadelphia)
• Linguistic Derivations of Polish First Names, Part VII
• Archival Repositories in Wilno
• The Ethnic and Religious Structure of Eastern Galicia at the Turn of the
Century (1900)
• Peasant Costumes in the Rzeszów Area

Mail Call: What We Do When You Can't Find a Village

Vol. 15, No. 2 - Spring 1999

• Mail Call: What We Do When You Can’t Find a Village
• New York State Naturalization Records
• Community Profile – Coventry, Rhode Island
• Wampierzów and Mikołajki
• Onions in Florida
• Residency Registers and Similar Documents
• PRCUA Death Claim Records
• PGS Obituary Files – A Status Report by Henry Frohn and Ed Schultz
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Amsterdam sailed from Rotterdam on June 9, 1897,
arrived in New York on June 16, 1897 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Rotterdam sailed on April 25, 1903, arrived in
New York on May 6, 1903 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Vaderland sailed from Antwerp on March 30, 1912,
arrived in New York on April 9, 1912 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Vaderland sailed from Antwerp on June 14, 1913,
arrived in New York on June 24, 1913 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Erlanger sailed from Bremen, arrived in New York
on June 16, 1913 (partial listing)
• Linguistic Derivations of Polish First Names, Part VIII
• Sexton’s Returns: A Supplemental Source to Death and Burial Records

A Brief History of Vital Record-Keeping in Poland

Vol. 16, No. 1 - Fall 1999

• A Brief History of Vital Record-Keeping in Poland
• Lists of Pennsylvania Coal Miners by Joanne Kennedy
• Community Profile: Southington, Connecticut
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Bremen sailed from Bremen on May 13, 1911,
arrived in New York on May 22, 1911 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS George Washington sailed from Bremen on
August 2, 1911, arrived in New York on August 10, 1911 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS George Washington sailed from Bremen on May
2, 1914, arrived in New York on May 11, 1914 (partial listing)
• Passenger Ship Arrivals: SS Grosser Kurfurst sailed from Bremen on May 23, 1914,
arrived in New York on June 2, 1914 (partial listing)
• Free Lunch in Cyberspace – Who Pays? – A Cautionary Note for Genealogists
by Stuart Nixon
• Białystok Archival Guide
• Jaworzec
• A Message from Your Data Coordinators by Matthew Bielawa

Polonia in New Haven, Connecticut

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

From the Kurpian Forest Across the Ocean "For Bread"

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

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

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

New "Find Our Roots" Program to Offer Research Services for Grodno Archives

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

Recent LDS Films are Hidden Treasure

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

Walking in Babcia's Footsteps: The Port of Antwerp

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 — Português
• 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

Researching the Documents of Pur

Vol. 19, No. 2 - Spring 2003

• Researching the Documents of Pur by Matthew Bielawa
• Beyond the Basics — Little-Used Sources
• Seanery of Szczuczyn
• Polish Tour Guides — Strzyżów i Okolice by J. Maciora
• The Effects of Lithuania’s History and Language on Genealogical Research by
William F. Hoffman

Death Customs and Funeral Home Records

Vol. 20, No. 1 - Fall 2003

• Death Customs and Funeral Home Records by Jonathan Shea and Diane B. Szepanski
• Community Profile: Worcester, Massachusetts by Barbara Proko
• Copies of Białostocczyzna Available – Journal of the Białystok Historical Society
• Hiring a Professional Researcher in Europe
• Book Review: Archiwa Kościoła Katolickiego w Polsce (Guide to the archives created
by the Catholic Church in Poland)
• State-Level and Other Online Vital Records Databases
• Estate Inventories: What Can They Tell Us?
• Researching the Documents of Pur, Part Two

The Closings of Polish Churches -- A Cultural Tragedy

Vol. 20, No. 2 - Spring 2004

• The Closings of Polish Churches — A Cultural Tragedy
• Prussian Census From the Bialystok Region
• Parish Archives — Beyond Sacramental Registers
• Civil Vital Records in the Szczecin State Archives — Part One, A-I
• Book Review: The Polish Community of Worcester by Barbara Proko
• Szerokiej Drogi!
• New Britain People — Get Out Your Photo Albums!
• Selected World War II Resources
• Michał (Michael) Makowski by Janice A. Makowski
• Landless Peasant Genealogical Research by Matthew Bielawa
• Archdiocese of Kraków
• Book Review: Polskie Kościoły w Nowym Jorku (Polish Churches in New York_
by Danuta Piątkowska
• Visiting the Connecticut State Health Department Division of Vital Records

Stories Old Newspapers Can Tell You

Vol. 21, No. 1 - Fall 2004

• Stories Old Newspapers Can Tell You by Jonathan D. Shea
• Researching in Great Britain
• Recognizing and Translating Polish Family Court Documents
• The Long Journey Home to Belarus by Pamela Shooks
• PGSCTNE Celebrates its 20th Anniversary
• Civil Vital Records in the Szczecin State Archives – Part Two, J-P
• Parish History Name Index Database Now Online
• Polish Tatar Burial Plot Transcribed
• Rzeszów – 650th Anniversary by Joseph Maciora
• Tips on Translating Słownik Geograficzny Entries by William F. Hoffman

Who is a Pole and Where is Poland

Vol. 21, No. 2 - Spring 2005

• Who is a Pole and Where is Poland? by M. B. Biskupski
• Pope John Paul II – 1920-2005
• Community Profile: Perth Amboy, New Jersey
• Two “New” Polish Dioceses Created
• Buyer Beware! Fraudulent Family Name Books by Matthew Bielawa
• Civil Vital Records in the Szczecin State Archives – Part Three, R-Z
• Understanding Polish Telephone Books
• Szukamypolski.com
• Were Your People on Welfare?
• Precious Treasures: Guarding Your Family History
• Help Create a Database of Surnames We Are Researching
• Book Review: The Polish Community of New Britain, Jonathan Shea and Barbara
Proko

Castle Garden: The Predecessor of Ellis Island

Vol. 22, No. 1 - Fall 2005

• Castle Garden: The Predecessor of Ellis Island
• Influenza – A Local Look at the Great Pandemic of 1918
• Montréal – Po Polsku!
• Book Review: Nowy Dwór – Dzieje parafii rzymsko-katolickiej 1504-2004
by Rev. Tadeusz Krahel
• Back and Forth Across the Pond by Margaret Jenkins
• Instant Genealogy – Nobility Documents
• Getting the Most out of City Directories
• She’s How Old?? Reported Ages in Document Sources
• Passports: Their Format and Availability
• American Polonia: Statistical Snapshot 1025
• Ostrołęka County Draft Records

Chain Migration in Selected New England Polish Communities

Vol. 22, No. 2 - Spring 2006

• Z TEJ SAMEJ KRWI: Chain Migration in Selected New England Polish Communities
• Contribute, Learn and Grow by Volunteering by Barbara Gancarz
• A Note on the “Muni Archives” by Pamela Shooks
• Polonia in Latvia
• Community Profile – Bridgeport, Connecticut
• World War I Veterans from Bridgeport, CT
• Database News
• Lesser Known Sources: Landowner Lists
• Place Names and (Horrors!) Grammar by William F. “Fred” Hoffman
• Was Your Ancestor’s Morality Certified?
• Guide to Parishes and Villages in the Former Archdiocese of Wilno by Jonathan
Shea and Diane Bojniewicz Szepanski
• Book Review: Jewish Białystok and Surroundings in Eastern Poland. A Guide
for Yesterday and Today by Tomasz Wiśniewski. Reviewed by Joseph Maciora,
Reference Librarian, Boston Public Library

Borders in Polish History

Vol. 23, No. 1 - Winter 2006

• Borders in Polish History by M. B. Biskupski
• Polish Onomastic Scholar Passes ON: Kazimierz Rymut
• Unexpected Surprises
• An Unusual Source: Court-Ordered Amendments to Vital Records Documents
by Jonathan D. Shea
• Vital Records Offices in Poland and Genealogy by Aleksandra Kacprzak
• Marriage and Wedding Customs by A. Juncewicz
• The Normandy American Cemetery by Carol Carter
• On the Bookshelf: 1000 najpopularniejszych nazwisk w Polsce by Jarosław
Maciej Zawadzki
• Do You Have a Right to Unclaimed Property?
• Sweet Silesia by Joseph G. V. Maciora
• Mistaken Identity
• Missing Relatives
• Book Review: Haller’s Polish Army in France by Paul S. Valasek
• More Polish Parishes Closing by Joseph G. V. Maciora

Sources of Immigrants' Information

Vol. 23, No. 2 - Summer 2007

• Sources of Immigrants’ Information by Walter V. Hickey, National Archives,
Waltham, MA
• Take a Walk Through a Polish Cemetery by Aleksandra Kacprzak
• Community Profile: Sugar Notch, Pennsylvania
• On-Site Research in Europe – The Rough Guide (author’s name withheld by request)
• Website Update and Appeal
• Changing Place Names: The Case of Prussian / German Partition by
Matthew Bielawa
• Some Jodłowa Transplants to Arkansas and Their Connecticut Cousins by
Margaret Jenkins
• Rypin – Słownik Geograficzny
• Missing Relatives
• Film Review: Dom Polski: Dance Hall Days of Detroit’s Polonia. Review by
Deborah Greenlee
• Book Review: Dwory w Łomżyńskiem by Katarzyna and Jerzy Samusik

Finding Little Known Pieces of the Genealogy Puzzle

Vol. 24, No. 1 - Winter 2007

• Finding Little Known Pieces of the Genealogy Puzzle by Jean Nudd, National
Archives & Records Administration, Pittsfield, MA
• The History and Current State of the Polish Archive System by Aleksandra Kacprzak
• New Restrictions on Connecticut Vital Records Access
• The Hunt for Obituaries by Barbara Gancarz
• Dead in Detroit?
• Understanding Polish-Language Obituaries by Jonthan Shea
• Book Review: Worcester County’s Polish Community by Barbara Proko and
Janice Baniukiewicz Stickles with Our Lady of Czestochowa Guild of Catholic Women

New Initiative: Collaboration Between Polish and American Genealogical Societies

Vol. 24, No. 2 - Summer 2008

• New Initiative: Collaboration Between Polish and American Genealogical Societies
• Polonizing Your Computer by Matthew Bielawa
• The Słownik Geograficzny: What Does It Tell Us? by Aleksandra Kacprzak
• Book Review: Going Home: A Guide to Polish American Family History Research
by Jonathan Shea
• Reprints – Old Books With Fresh Looks
• Genealogists * * * Researchers * * * Family Historians
• Community Profile – Pittsfield, Massachusetts
• Notes From a Pittsfield Native by Garret Mierzejewski
• Web Sites of Interest
• Will I Find Living Relatives?
• A Look Back – A Reporter’s View of Connecticut’s Polonia

Haller's Army: A Major Part of Polish and Polish-American History

Vol. 25, No. 1 - Winter 2008

• Haller’s Army: A Major Part of Polish and Polish-American History by Paul S. Valasek
• A Book That Captures 1930s Polish Peasant Culture by Joseph G. V. Maciora
• Naturalization Indexes Online
• LDS Pilot Site Makes Digitized Records Available Online
• March – Women’s History Month – Sławne Amerykanki Pochodzenia Polskiego
• One Came by Boat, The Other by Plane by Joann Klimkiewicz
• U.S. Passport Applications Now Online

Preserving Polonia's Past

Vol. 25, No. 2 - Summer 2009

• Preserving Polonia’s Past: the Polish Genealogical Society of Connecticut and the
Northeast Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary
• No Vital Records? Is The Research Journey Over? by Aleksandra Kacprzak
• Five Strategies for Finding Female Ancestors by Lisa A. Alzo
• Saving the Hometown News
• Observations of a Volunteer Indexer by Kathleen Milewski Claffey
• Can You Trust the Index? by C. L. Niebrzydowski
• Book Review: Zabytkowe Cmentarze na Kresach Wschodnich Drugiej
Rzeczypospolitej: Województwo Nowogrodzkie (Historical Cemeteries in the
Eastern Borderlands of the Second Republic: Province of Nowogródek) by
Anna Lewkowska, Jacek Lewkowski and Wojciech Walczak
• Research Your American-Born Relatives … In European Church Records
• Immigrant Ships: Images and Descriptions by Maralyn A. Wellauer-Lenius

Examining the 1940 Census

Vol. 26, No. 1 - Winter 2010

• Examining the 1940 Census by Jean Nudd
• East European Archival Internet Sites by Kahile Mehr
• Mennonite Settlements in Zuławy and the Wisła Valley by Aleksandra Kacprzak
• If This is Tuesday, it Must be….. by Margaret Jenkins, Barbara Gancarz and
Jonathan Shea

Hollywood's War With Poland

Vol. 26, No. 2 and Vol. 27, No. 1 - Summer 2010 and Winter 2011

• Hollywood’s War With Poland, 1939-1945 by M. B. Biskupski
• Przemyśl Genealogical Adventures by Susan Grzyb
• Finding Polish Records Online With Geneteka by Donna Pointkouski
• Reports of Deaths of American Citizens Abroad by R. Klim
• Searching the Ellis Island Database by Place by Jonathan Shea
• Relatives in Québec? Get Out The High School French Book
• Book Review: Inside a Gestapo Prison: The Letters of Krystyna Wituska, 1942-1944
Edited by Irena Tomaszewski – Review by Deborah Greenlee
• Province of Łomża – From the Słownik Geograficzny, translated by Jonathan D. Shea
• Non-Farming Occupations in a Farming Community in the Mid-19th Century by
Jay Orbik
• Poles in Lithuania Want Their “W” Back by Liudas Dapkus
• Survey of Polish Genealogical Periodicals – 2010
• 2011 Polish Genealogical Conference

Polonia in Misiones Province, Argentina

Vol. 27, No. 2 - Summer 2011

• Polonia in Misiones Province, Argentina by Johathan D. Shea
• Online Resources: Lackawanna County, PA; Passaic County, NJ (Naturalizations);
Schuylkill County, PA and Antwerp Police Immigration Index
• In Search of Meaning: Understanding a Rare Polish Name by Jay M. Orbik
• Province of Płock
• Finally, Upbeat News About Polish Genealogy: PGSCTNE Surging Forward
by Paul S. Valasek

Province of Grodno

Vol. 28, No. 1 - Winter 2012

• Province of Grodno
• A Legal Victory for Genealogists in Connecticut
• Researching Your Pennsylvania Ancestors by Lisa A. Alzo
• PGSCTNE Outreach Seminar Travels to Philadelphia
• Finding Your Ancestors in Russian Consular Records by Donna J. Pointkouski
• Argentina – A Post Script by Jonathan Shea
• A Survey of Polish Online Digitized Historical Sources by Daniel Bućko
• Gazetteer Gold Mine: Finding Records in Poland by Stephen Samuel Barthel
• Online Translators: Going Looking Like This It by Jonathan Shea
• Was Dziadek a Coal Miner?

Military Recruitment Records: An Untapped Source

Vol. 28, No. 2 - Summer 2012

• Military Recruitment Records: An Untapped Source by Jonthan Shea
• Our Ancestors in the Prussian Army by Aleksandra Kacprzak and Mariusz Zebrowski
• Anna Rostkowska vs. The Villagers of Polkowo: Family History Available from Polish
Court Records – Referendaria Koronna by Jay M. Orbik (Translations by Ola Heska
and Iwona Dakiniewicz)
• Most Popular Contemporary Baby Names in Poland by Joseph G. V. Maciora
• The Most Polish Places in the United States

Alien Files Find New Home at National Archives

Vol. 29, No. 1 - Winter 2013

• Alien Files Find New Home at National Archives
• Vanishing Professions by Aleksandra Kacprzak
• SS. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church, Wallingford, Connecticut by
Jeanne Gherardi
• Fire on the Water: The Burning of the SS Volturno by Diane Bojniewicz Szepanski
and Jonathan Shea
• Meet Our Volunteers! Bernie Olender and Carol Kaczmarczyk Carter
• County of Kolno – Province of Łomża
• County of Ropczyce, Galicia
• Chicago Polish Parish Registers Online
• Brazilian Immigration Cards

Digitized Polish Records Online

Vol. 29, No. 2 - Summer 2013

• Digitized Polish Records Online by Diane K. Marino
• Philadelphia Board of Special Inquiry Immigration Records
• Community Profile: Providence and Rhode Island
• An Unexpected Bonus – More Generations in Baptismal Records
• Opportunities to Participate – Guidelines
• Book Review: Regestr Diecezjów Franciszka Czajkowskiego czyli właściciele ziemscy
w Koronie 1783 – 1784 by Sławomir Górczyński, Warsaw
• Immigrant Stories by Christine Lesinski
• County of Mielec – County of Limanowa (from the Słownik geograficzny)
• Sample Instructions for Sacramental Registers

The International Tracing Service (ITS)

Vol. 30, No. 1 - Winter 2014

• The International Tracing Service (ITS) – The Closed Archive That’s Finally Been
Opened After More Than 60 Years by Thomas Sadauskas
• Names, Naming Practices and Customs Our Patron Saints by Aleksandra Kacprzak
• Naming Patterns in a Podlasie Parish over 155 Years
• Our Conference
• Alien Registration Files – A Unique Source for Immigrant Research by Shellee A.
Morehead
• Book Review: Litwa – Przewodnik (Lithuania – A Guide) by Józef Krajewski
• Mini – Curitiba Marriage Index
• They Left From Stockholm??!

Digging Into Lemko and Ukrainian Family History in Southeast Poland

Vol. 30, No. 2 - Summer 2014

• Digging Into Lemko and Ukrainian Family History in Southeast Poland by Michael Buryk
• Company Employee Magazines – An Overlooked Source of Genealogical Information
• Genealogy: Recommendations on Methodology for Conducting Genealogical REsearch at the
National Historical Archives of Belarus
• Scan! Scan! Scan! by Dorena Wasik
• The Road Home: Our Adventures in the Homeland of Our Ancestors
• More Names Obtained for Polish Cemetery Collection
• Marraige Database Online
• Wiżajny
• Transcriptions from Wiżajny Parish Cemetery, Part One

AGAD (Central Archive of Historical Records) Has Scanned Vital Records

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

The Genealogical Value of Church Inventories

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

Notary Records in Poland

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

Vital Statistics Registers As Historical Source Materials

Vol. 32, No. 2 - Summer 2016

• Vital Statistics Registers As Historical Source Materials by Danuta Bzura,
Director of the Lomza State Archives
• Community 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

PGSCTNE Members Address Genealogical Conference in Brzeg, Poland

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

Parish Reorganization in the Archdiocese of Hartford

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…