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Electronic Version of 2010 PGSA Conference Syllabus - 19th Century Research Using 21st Century Technology

Electronic Version of 2010 PGSA Conference Syllabus – 19th Century Research Using 21st Century Technology

The Syllabus includes notes from the following lectures:

  • Polish History & Language – Useful Information for Research Dilemmas, Part I & 2 -Speaker: Rosalie Lindberg
  • Napoleon Ledochowski in America—A Research Example_ Speaker: Cynthia Piech
  • Beginning DNA For Genealogists_ Speaker: John Rys
  • Discovering the Treasures in 19th-Century Polish-Language Records_ Speaker: Judith R. Frazin
  • Tools To Dig Deeper: Probate and Inquest Records_ Speaker: Grace DuMelle
  • Lutheran Records in Chicago and Polish Lutheran Congregations_ Speaker: John H. Hallman, Archivist
  • Searching Electronic Databases_ Speaker: Ginger Frere
  • Leaving the Homeland: Politics and Emigration from Poland, 1870–1939_ Speaker: Meghann T. Pytka
  • You’re Not in Kansas Any More: Essential Resources and Strategies for Urban-Area Research_ Speaker: Jeanne Larzalere Bloom, CG
  • New Tools for Finding Old Stuff_Speaker: Ginger Frere
  • Lost Children: Orphans, Vagrants, Delinquents, Half-Orphans, Dependents, Surrendered, Adopted_ Speaker: Jeanne Larzalere Bloom

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