June 17th PGSM Hybrid Meeting
"Researching your Family History at the Archives of Michigan"
Presented by Kris Rzepczynski
Saturday, June 17, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Click here to register. Free and open to the public.
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PGSM 2023 Meeting Schedule
An updated 2023 PGSM schedule (as of 6/1) is now available!
Reserve these dates on your calendar. Click here for more details.
BENEFITS PROVIDED TO MEMBERS
- The Polish Eaglet, a journal which contains in-depth articles about Polish genealogy, research techniques, and family histories, published three times a year
- News from the Nest, a newsletter which includes genealogical news, research tips, and other related articles, published three times a year
- Access and emailed invitations to all virtual meetings, which feature a variety of genealogical topics and are presented by local, national, and international experts
- Emailed invitation to the annual seminar
- A secure database that includes tutorials, databases of genealogy records, bilingual genealogy forms, and past issues of publications
- Research services
FEATURES AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE
- Access to some virtual meetings
- An annual seminar which includes sessions on genealogical topics
- A calendar of events
- Databases of genealogy information
- Lists of various links that are useful to researchers
- An online store
Need a great gift idea? What about a gift membership to PGSM? Memberships are $25.00 per year with electronic copies of the Polish Eaglet or $35.00 with hard copies. To purchase a gift membership, go to “Join/Renew,” print the membership application, fill it in with the recipient’s information, write “Gift” on it, and mail it with your check to PGSM, P.O. Box 85987, Westland, MI 48185-6087. PGSM will mail a gift certificate to the recipient.
Stories and Ideas
Do you have ideas for subjects you would like to see in future publications? Do you have a story to tell about your ancestors or another genealogical topic? Please email your ideas and stories to the editorial staff of the Polish Eaglet at email@example.com
UPDATE FROM THE BURTON HISTORICAL COLLECTION OF THE DETROIT LIBRARY
The Burton Historical Collection (BHC) of the Detroit Public Library is now re-opened and is available to researchers by appointment only.
"The Burton Historical Collection began as the private library of Clarence Monroe Burton, a prominent attorney and Detroit historiographer. Mr. Burton’s original intention was to assemble a collection on the history of Detroit. Realizing that Detroit’s history was inextricably connected to that of Michigan and the Old Northwest, Canada and New France, he assembled a collection that is one of the most important private historical collections in the country."
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