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Polish Genealogy: Books

Poles in Michigan

Parisville Poles: First Polish Settlers in U.S.A.

Index to Polish American Family Biographies Found in Jubilee Books of St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish, 50th Golden Anniversary Book (1917), St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish, 75th Diamond Anniversary book (1942), Holy Trinity Parish, 25th Silver Anniversary... icon

The First Polish Colonies of America in Texas; Containing also the General History of the Polish People in Texas

Jamestown Pioneers From Poland

The Polish Pioneers in Virginia

Polish Pioneers of Virginia and Kentucky; With Notes on Genealogy of the SADOWSKI Family

Polish Political Émigrés in the United States of America 1831-1864 icon

The Rest is Silence: The Powazki Cemetery in Warsaw icon

Soldier of Liberty: Casimir Pulaski icon

Essentials in Polish Genealogical Research icon

Polish Genealogy and Heraldry icon

The Eaglet Magazine of the Polish Genealogical Society of Michigan icon

Poles in American History and Tradition icon

Polish Surnames: Origins and Meanings icon

The Poles in the Early History of Texas

The First Polish Americans Silesian Settlements in Texas icon

The Millennium History of Panna Maria, Texas; the Oldest Polish Settlement in America, 1854-1966 icon

Church Records of Panna Maria, Texas icon

The Polish Texans icon

Unique and historic! As reported in the Columbian Centinel on June 27, 1837: Texas...Proclamation of Governor Houston is...Illustrative of the Prevailing Sentiments of the Poles of This Infant Republic. Address to the Army of Texas. Executive Department Houston, May 20, 1837 icon

Poles in the 19th Century Southwest icon
"Poles played significant roles in the history of the American Southwest. As political émigrés escaping the oppression of the occupying powers in their native land, they were at center stage of the unfolding drama in the West -- the War with Mexico that thrust America into the desert Southwest, demarcation of the boundary between the United States & Mexico, saga of the old Santa Fe Trail, the Battle of Glorieta Pass, New Mexico, economic & social development of New Mexico Territory, & the defense of the Texas western frontier..."

Poles in the Central and Western States icon

From Kulno to Cleveland

America Through Polish Eyes: An Anthology icon

A Student's Guide to Polish American Genealogy icon

America's Polish Heritage; a Social History of the Poles in America icon

Polish Roots: Korzenie Polskie icon

Polish First Names icon

Index to Obituaries and Death Notices Appearing in the Dziennik Chicagoski ...

Tracing Your Polish Roots

America's Polish Heritage; a Social History of the Poles in America icon

Sold! Korzenie: History of the BUKOWSKI [sic], CZAJKOWSKI, CZARPATTA, DUSZYNSKI, KRENTZ, MARCHEL and POLUS Families in Green Lake and Marquette Counties, Wisconsin and Cook County, Illinois

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