RE: [S-R] Re: 1869 Hungarian census
There are lots of Rusyns and Slovaks in Alaska, they are just not
We ship almost as much to Alaska as we do to Ohio and Pennsylvania.
It's All Relative
>Thanks! Yes, I was not sure if anyone else was interested enough forTo unsubscribe from this group, go to
>me to put in the effort, but the translation was from poor English
>summary and correcting the scanner misreadings. I picked up the book
>in 1982 despite the communistic attitude toward customers.
>I wrote a Slovak list of four or five topics of interest before I
>walked into a bookstore & disrupted two clerks chatting with one
>another. They told me coldly that they had no books on history,
>architecture or the other topics I listed, and they did not look
>happy when I turned to the shelves instead of the door. I found four
>or five books of interest including this one, and treasure it. I am
>starting to wonder what to do with my collection of books with the
>next generation totally uninterested, and Alaska has no 'colony' of
>--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, nhasior@a... wrote:
>>thank you for one of the most interesting articles. you must have
>>great deal of time in translating this document. i have printed it
>out and will
>>save it for future reference and to share with some of my friends
>>quite intested in historical views.
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- Trencin Census did not survive. Therefore it could not be filmed.
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Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 6:15 PM
Subject: Re: [S-R] 1869 Hungarian census
>>> Regarding the 1869 Hungarian Census . . . does anyone know if
additional counties have been added (mainly interested in Trenscen)?<<<
The list of census films is on line at the LDS web site. Sorry, no
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