Tracing Your Eastern European Ancestors - PDF eBook

Tracing Your Eastern European Ancestors - PDF eBook

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Tracing Your Eastern European Ancestors, from the Publishers of "Internet Genealogy" & "History Magazine"; Edited by Edward Zapletal; Published 2013; 82 pp; Item # MM016-PDF; PDF downloadable eBook, Downloads are available immediately upon placing order.

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This book is also available in printed Saddle-Stapled format.

  • Ten Ways to Jumpstart Your Research!
  • Top Sites for Researching Your Polish Ancestors
  • Strategies for Successful Czech Genealogy Research
  • Five Great Online Sources for Finding Your Slovak Family!
  • Connect to Ukrainian Roots
  • Locating Your Hungarian Ancestors
      • Researching Russian Ancestors!
      • A Look at MyHeritage’s Record Match
      • Eastern European Genealogy Societies
      • And More!

    Here is a complete list of articles you will find in this special edition publication:

    • 10 Ways to Jumpstart Your Eastern European Research! Lisa A. Alzo shows you the steps to track down your Eastern European roots
    • Using Maps & Gazetteers, Dave Obee show us how to use maps and gazetteers to locate where your ancestors lived
    • Online Resources for Researching Eastern European Ancestors, Lisa A. Alzo reviews some of the best websites for learning about your East European ancestors
    • Meet Your Matches: Helpful Tools from, Lisa a. Alzo discusses how to use some great tools from to research East European ancestors
    • Top 10 Websites for Finding Your Polish Ancestors! Donna J. Pointkouski looks at ten websites to help you locate your Polish ancestors
    • JRI-Poland Expands Access, Lisa A. Alzo reports on a new agreement between The Polish State Archives and Jewish Records Indexing-Poland
    • Online Hungarian Research, Lisa A. Alzo reviews the latest online resources for Hungary (With special thanks to Beth Long)
    • Researching the Hungarian Census, Smiljka Kitanovic explains the resources available for researching your Hungarian ancestors
    • Start Researching Your Czech Ancestors, Scott Phillips outlines the sources you’ll need to start on a successful journey to find your Czech ancestors
    • Five Great Sites for Researching Your Slovak Ancestors! Lisa A. Alzo discusses the key websites you need to know to research your Slovak ancestors
    • Researching Your Ukrainian Ancestors, Matthew Bielawa discusses taking the first “steppes” to finding your Ukrainian ancestors
    • Researching Your Russian Ancestors, Rick Norberg explores five websites that will be helpful for researching your Russian ancestors
    • Benefits of Joining an Ethnic Genealogical Society, Lisa A. Alzo discusses the role of ethnic genealogical societies in family history research
    • Five Simple Ways to Share Old Favorites, Lisa A. Alzo discusses five ways you can share Eastern European recipes and traditions online

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