East Central European Genealogy and Local
Sources for Research
Introduction - Geographic
Sources - Non-English Geographic Sources - Emigration
Ethnic Communities in America: - General
Sources - Selected Internet Sites
Genealogical Guides and Handbooks: - General
- Austrian and German - Croat,
Serb, and Slovene
Czech and Slovak - Hungarian
- Jewish - Polish - Romanian
Genealogical Guides and Handbooks: Croatian, Serb, and Slovene
Eterovich, Adam S.
Croatian and Dalmatian coats of arms. Palo Alto, Calif.:
Ragusan Press, 1978. xviii, 242 p., chiefly ill.
LC call number: CR57.Y8E85 LH&G
LC control number: 77095024
Family names and coats of arms of the nobility of Croatia, Slavonia,
Dalmatia, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Kotor, and Vojvodina. Areas were ruled
at various times by Austria, Hungary, Turkey, and Venice.
Govorchin, Gerald Gilbert.
Americans from Yugoslavia. Gainesville, University
of Florida Press, 1961. xii, 352 p., ills., ports., map, tables.
LC call number: E184.Y7G6
LC control number: 61011312
Explains the motives and conditions of immigration for Slovenes,
Serbs, Croats, and Dalmatians and the structure of the communities
formed in the United States.
Prpic, George J.
The Croatian immigrants in America. New York: Philosophical
Library . xiii, 519 p., ill. LC call number: E184.C93P7
LC control number: 70129066
Overview of Croatian movement to North America and contributions
to the history and culture of the United States. Includes extensive
Slovenian heritage. Edited by
Edward Gobetz with the assistance of Milena Gobetz and Ruth Lakner.
Willoughby Hills, Ohio (29227 Eddy Rd., Willoughby Hills 44092):
Slovenian Research Center of America, 1980- . v. <1 >. Ill.
LC call number: DR1375.S55 1980
LC control number: 78056487
Lively background material on group for which few guides exist.
Notes presence of Slovenes in present-day Austria and Italy.