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FEEFHS newsletter of the Federation of East European Family History Societies

  • Newsletter (Federation of East European Family History Societies)
  • FEEFHS newsletter
Serial
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : FEEFHS, c1992-1998
5 v. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
10771247
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 1992) - v. 5, no. 3/4 (Aug. 1998)

Notes

Publication cease under this title with v. 5, no. 3-4 (Aug. 1998).

Editor: John C. Alleman.

Title varies, especially between first printings and the reprints.

Continued by: FEEFHS quarterly.

Vol. 4, no. 2/3 (Oct. 1996), v. 5, no. 1/2 (Sept. 1997), and v. 5, no. 3/4 (Aug. 1998) are double issues.

Publication under this title ceased with v. 5, no. 3/4 (Aug. 1998).

The Federation of East European Family History Societies (FEEFHS) was organized in 1992, in Seattle, Washington. Headquarters are in Salt Lake City, Utah. The founding president was Charles M. Hall, an internationally recognized genealogist, author, and linguist. He assembled a group of leading American and Canadian genealogists, Eastern European experts, linguists, and other specialists to organize an umbrella organization for promoting family research in eastern and central Europe without any ethnic, religious, or social distinctions. They developed a database of pertinent genealogical resources and organizations, and provide a forum for those researching a single country or group of people. They help exchange information with other societies outside the United States and Canada. FEEFHS serves as a clearinghouse of information on member societies, and it keeps others aware of the latest developments in the field of east European research. FEEFHS primarily serves North Americans tracing their lineages back to European homelands, but also welcomes members from all countries. A subsidiary of FEEFHS was formed in the spring of 2005, called the East European Research Group. This group features speakers on various topics covering Eastern European genealogical research. They meet on the 3rd Saturday of the month at the Salt Lake Family History Library. To view their E-News, select full-text articles, tables of contents for their quarterlies and journals, and other information, see their Web site.

Periodical includes information about the member genealogical, historical, and ethnic organizations, as well as book reviews, histories, geographic name changes, indexes, maps, new sources of information on records, nobility, queries, spelling helps, how to use gazetteers, maps, and atlases, and other articles and links helpful to eastern European research.

Each volume has an annual index to topics, localities, and names in that volume.

Includes bibliographic references.

Indexed in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) under EEFN.

FEEFHS embraces the boundaries of Albania, Austria (including Italy's Friuii and Tyroll), Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, German (all, but emphasizing ex-East Germany), Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia (and Siberia), Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, and Yugoslavia (including Serbia and Montenegro).

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