Today was the first day of the 2009 Conference of the Polish Genealogical Society of America. The lectures presented today were:
- Stan Schmidt – Case Study “Finding Family the Easy Way – Let Them Find You”
- Karen Stanuch, Joan Fenili, and Janet Halfar – Case Study “Anna and Her Sisters”
- Ken Nowakowski – Case Study “The Four Sisters”
- Jadwiga Cyparska, PhD – “You Are Able to Understand Polish, Too!”
- Dr. Michael Mikos – “Visiting Poland: The Glory of the Past and the Promise of the Future”
- Cynthia Piech – “Folk Costumes of Various Regions of Poland: Influences, Styles, Fabric, and Details”
I was able to speak with Michael Mikos and Cynthis Piech briefly at the end of the day’s events and get a photo of each of them.
SOURCE: Michael Mikoś (Schaumburg, Cook County, Illinois). Photographed by Stephen J. Danko on 18 Sep 2009.
SOURCE: Cynthia Piech (Schaumburg, Cook County, Illinois). Photographed by Stephen J. Danko on 18 Sep 2009.
Today’s lectures were easy to listen to: entertaining, interesting, and informative. Tomorrow’s lectures delve into some pretty heavy stuff: archives, history, gazetteers, sources, cemeteries, and more.
Copyright © 2009 by Stephen J. Danko