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PGSA 2019 Annual Conference
NEW:Polish Genealogy YouTube Video
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By Oscar E. Swan
Foreward by Adam Zamoyski
Kaleidoscope of Poland is a highly readable volume containing short articles on major personalities, places, events, and accomplishments from the thousand-year record of Polish history and culture. Featuring approximately 900 compact text entries and 600 illustrations, it provides a handy reference at home, a perfect supplement to traditional guide books when traveling, an aid to language study, or simply browsed with enjoyment from cover to cover by anyone with an interest in Poland. Essentially a “cultural dictionary,” it offers a knowledge base that can be referred to time and time again.
This entertaining yet informative book is essentially a “cultural dictionary”—offering a knowledge base that can be referred to time and time again. It will be welcomed by readers of Polish descent, students of Polish, or those planning to visit Poland—anyone seeking a greater insight into this fascinating land.
$40.00 / member price $36.00
400 pages – 600 color & black & white Illustrations
7 x 10 Hardcover
Did you miss the 2015 Conference and South Side Polonia Bus tour?
Well, you’re in luck. The 2015 Conference Tour Guide and Syllabus are now available in our online book store.
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Why Blogging Works for Sharing Family History
Date – Sunday, November 17, 2-4p
Location – Schaumburg Township District Library 130 South Roselle Road Schaumburg, IL 60193
Attendance at the library is free and open to members and non-members. The presentation will also be offered as a free Webinar to members. To defray costs, non-members will be charged a $10 fee.
Guest Speaker: Craig Siulinski
Topic Summary: Have you considered starting your own genealogy blog to share the compelling stories of a
family line or of a particular ancestor? This presentation sets out to show you how using blogs to
write and share family history can be both exciting and easy to do.
Webinar registration for members and non-members can be made by clicking here.
We’ve completed the first 3 phases of the launch of our new search engine and we now have a total of 33 databases available online. Work is now underway on the fourth and final phase of this launch and it consists of migrating the databases located within the Locations/Maps/Towns and Book Review categories to the new search engine.
The new search engine uses an all-inclusive search form to search and display user-requested database records. Although the search form “looks” different, it was designed to “function exactly as it did previously” on our old website. To help you get started, we’ve prepared a “How to Use the New Search Engine” document.
We designed the search engine to be intuitive, accurate and efficient, but if you experience any issues please give us your feedback and let us know what we can do to improve the search process. You can send a note to [email protected].