Polish Genealogy Seminar
Researchers interested in their Polish roots are faced with a unique set of challenges; from the language to the infinite spelling variations, and the shifting bourndaries on the map. This program will explore these challenges, review important American sources, both print and online, and describe research strategies that can shed light on your ancestral town in Poland.
Saturday, October 12,2013 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Main library McMaster Center (second floor)
325 Michigan Street, Toledo OH
**registration is required**
For more information, or to register for this seminar, call the Local History and Genealogy Department at 419-259-5233, or visit toledolibrary.org.
Parking is free
About the speaker: Mr. Rzepczynski is currently a senior archivist at the Archives of Michigan. Kris worked for 12 years at the Library of Michigan as the Michigan/Genealogy Coordinator. He holds an MLIS from Wayne State University and an MA in History from Western Michigan University. He has presented at national, state and local conferences, including National Genealogical Society, Federation of Genealogical Societies, Ohio Genealogical Society and for dozens of local genealogical societies. He is also a past president of the Mid-Michigan Genealogical Society.