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Written by Jan Słomka, Translated by William F. Hoffman
Published in Poland in 1929, this memoir was written by a peasant who served for years as the administrator of his Galician village. Słomka (1842-1932) paints a graphic picture of every aspect of life – from what villagers ate to how they dressed, from their role as little more than draft animals to developing a social awareness, and living through WWI. As an eyewitness to history he saw his village people move from subservience under Austro-Hungarian rule to living in a free Poland.
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Date – Sunday, August 15, 2021, 2-4 pm Central Time
Topic Summary: From 1386, with the ascension to the Polish throne of Władysław Jagiełło, the Grand Duke of Lithuania, to the final partition of Poland in 1795, Polish and Lithuanian history, culture and people have been intertwined not only diplomatically but through the movement of individuals and families in both directions. Migration between the two lands was motivated by war, partition, commercial opportunities, religion, intellectual exchange and commoners homesteading to build a better life. To this day, descendants of these Poles continue to live in Lithuania, and many descendants of Lithuanians populate northeastern Poland. Perhaps on the other side of that brick wall in your research lie discoveries in Lithuania. Whether your roots are Polish, Lithuanian or both, our speaker will describe which records are available, what periods are covered, where they are located, and how to access them.
Guest Speaker: Laimonas Gryva
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].
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