quarterly webinar

US Citizenship Records by WWI Military Service
Sunday, February 20, 2022, 2-4 pm Central Time

During World War I many non-citizens residing in the USA either volunteered or were drafted for military service. With their induction, the government responded by streamlining the naturalization process for immigrant servicemen.
Find out how you can research your WWI ancestors quickly and easily through online and archival records to discover more about their military service, their path to citizenship, and potentially additional important personal and historical information about their lives.

Speaker: Debra Dudek – Genealogy librarian at the Fountaindale Library, Bolingbrook, Illinois; and lecturer on genealogy and military sources for information on immigrant ancestors.

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PGSA Membership Benefits Include:

  • Quarterly journal “Rodziny” with articles specific to Polish genealogy.
  • An automatic 10% member’s discount on all books and CDs.
  • A member’s discount on library research orders.
  • A member’s discount to the nationally recognized annual PGSA conference.
  • Access to the Members-Only section of the PGSA web site.
  • You’ll also be supporting PGSA projects such as indexing and preservation of vital records.