Re: [S-R] Dzamba - Varadka?
- I found a Slavic Language Map in my files and uploaded it to the PHOTOS section of Slovak-World.
I hope you will find it interesting and helpful.
John <john10636@...> wrote:
I searched around for a linguistic map of the region as I am curious
to see how it looks, and so far have had no luck. I suppose perhaps
an academic researcher on Slavic studies or one who studies languages
might have something on this. Do you know of any websites or books
that detail this?
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Richard D. Custer"
> You wouldn't find the term Rusyn on a U.S. census document, nor onan
> immigration record. You would most likely see Ruthenian orRussniak,
> perhaps Russian. However, probably more Rusyns were recorded asSlovak by
> language or nationality on these documents than as Rus-whatever.Some of
> these documents were not consistent for the same individual; on onethey may
> be listed as Ruthenian, as Slovak or Czechoslovak on another,perhaps even
> as Austrian or Russian.see
> But look on any ethnic or linguistic map of Slovakia and you will
> Varadka indicated as Rusyn (Ukrainian).To unsubscribe from this group, go to http://www.yahoogroups.com/group/SLOVAK-ROOTS -or- send blank email to SLOVAK-ROOTSfirstname.lastname@example.org
> The best reference sites for Rusyns:
> The best concise introduction:
> Rusyn genealogy (w/lots of essential links):
> & for all east-Slovakia research:
> Books on Rusyns:
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