Event Details
Tuesday, August 18, 6:00pm to
7:00 pm
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Event Description

A vast number of immigrants came to America from Eastern Europe in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Border changes, language differences, political considerations, and exotic-sounding surnames often complicate the search for Austrian, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Rusyn, Slovak, Ukrainian, and other Eastern European ancestors. Traditional methods and online resources for tracking ancestors both in the U.S. and the old country will be discussed, as well as techniques for overcoming some of the most common obstacles and problems faced during the research process. Presented by Lisa Alzo.

Must register to participate in this live program, which will be held on Zoom. You will receive a link to participate by email one day prior to the event.

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Lisa Alzo

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