Maps are an invaluable genealogical resource as they give context and location to records you are seeking. What can be especially difficult is researching an area that has changed boundaries and ownership over time, leaving you to coordinate older maps with modern maps.
In 2018, the Foundation for East European Family History Studies (FEEFHS) is proud to host the 25th Annual East European Research Conference. This year, we also commemorate the 25th anniversary of the founding of FEEFHS. Truth be told, we need to put a couple of asterisks next to these Silver Anniversary designations.
JewishGen, the premier web site for Jewish genealogy, announced that their Hungary Database now has more than 1.5 million names.
Researching Eastern European ancestors who came to America includes a heavy amount of research in U.S. records for information about their life after immigration, and to find clues to immigrant origins.