The Polish Genealogical Society of America (PGSA) is a great resource for anyone researching Polish genealogy and family history both here in the United States and roots in the lands of Old Poland.  The PGSA has many relationships with genealogists, researchers and museums in Poland and affiliated countries.

Many resources at the PGSA are free, but they also have PGSA membership benefits including:

  • Quarterly journal “Rodziny”

  • Free live or internet attendance at quarterly lectures by genealogists, researchers, authors, museums, etc.

  • 10% Discount on all books and CDs on their site

  • Discount on obituary, church and other research orders

  • Discount to attend the PGSA genealogy conference

  • Access to the extensive and growing “Member’s Only” section of the PGSA website

Some of the resources, reached via https://pgsa.org include:

  • Surname Databases organized by country and locality

  • Research Sources to assist in finding the right website, database, archive and other helpful repository of information

  • Education Section supportive of the novice through advanced

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4 responses to “Polish Genealogical Society of America (PGSA)”

  1. I’d Like help in researching my families polish roots.

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  2. I want to find out what the best resource center in Nebraska is for searching records of Polish immigrants to Nebraska in the era from 1870-1895… particularly in the Lancaster County or central Nebraska area.

    I’ve done extensive research and have hit a major brick wall. I may need to hire a genealogist who works in Nebraska to take us the next step.

    Thank you,

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