Monthly Archives: December 2015

Multiple Language and Cultural Self-Identities Post 2

POLISH-LANGUAGE TEXTS The paragraph on page 198 should help researcher A. S. answer his questions about first names. Not much difference between Protestant and Roman Catholic first names: all came from same sources—Latinate Romance, Biblical, Prussian or German history and … Continue reading

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Multiple Language and Cultural Self-Identities of the German-Speaking Lutheran Minorities in Russian Poland (Mazowsze Suvalkija) in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries By Cynthia Vakarelyska

uoregon.academia.edu/CynthiaMVakareliyska Another early follower of this blog, researcher, A. S, told me about this article in the early days of the blog. I found it most intriguing and after reading it, made some observations. At the same time I contacted … Continue reading

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East Prussian Gazetteers Part I

A recently- approved comment on the blog is partially responsible for this posting: The writer wanted to know if Ekakow could have been Eitkunai. On my “Blog To Do List” is writing a post about the various gazetteers for East … Continue reading

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