PDF Version of A Beginner's Guide to Eastern European Genealogy

My three part series, A Beginner’s Guide to Eastern European Genealogy has proven to be quite popular. Many thanks to Randy Seaver of the GeneaMusings blog for including the series in his “Best of the Genea-Blogs – April 18-24, 2010″ post.

Because of its popularity, I’ve converted the three posts to a PDF publication which can be downloaded by clicking the link below.

A Beginner’s Guide to Eastern European Genealogy

Copyright © 2010 by Stephen J. Danko

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4 Responses to PDF Version of A Beginner's Guide to Eastern European Genealogy

  1. Donna says:

    Steve,

    This is fantastic! It will help so many people, so thanks for sharing your knowledge for “free” (as you did with me last week in SLC!).

    Donna

  2. Mary says:

    Steve,
    Thanks so much for sharing this information.

  3. jane werthmann says:

    this is a great gift – thank you for sharing.

  4. JK says:

    Thanks for the useful information on Eastern European research. Family Search has begun digitizing some of the EE records. Go to familysearch.org and scroll down to the bottom of the left side of the screen. Select Europe and you will find an alphabetical listing of European countries. Even though there may not yet appear an index, it’s possible to browse the images. For example, some of the Czech Republic records have an original index with the pages of the records. There are also other Eastern European projects.

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