My newest publication “Genealogy at a Glance: Ukrainian Genealogy Research ($9.95 U.S. dollars and U.S. shipping only) reveals my best tips and the best online resources, in addition to detailing available records for genealogy research. The guide also covers the Ukrainian alphabet and resources for researching Ukrainian immigrants who came to the United States, Canada and South America.
I wrote this guide for those who are just starting out in their Ukrainian genealogy and those who are looking for the resources that will give their research a boost.
Ukrainian research gets complicated due to the borders changes so anyone looking for resources on Galicia and the western Ukraine/eastern Poland border areas will find some helpful resources.
The timing couldn’t be better to release this important publication. More and more records for Ukrainian genealogy are being published online now. Also, this guide was released on the birthday of my mother, who was born in Ukraine. This month marks her 70th anniversary for her arrival to the USA.
This is the only publication from Genealogical Publishing Co. solely on Ukraine. I couldn’t be more honored to write the publication.
The success of this publication is so important. Too many genealogy publishers are focused on American, Canadian and western European genealogy, thinking not enough interest exists in eastern European genealogy.
My first guide, “Genealogy at a Glance: Russian Genealogy Research” has sold more than 350 copies so far. Sales are going so well that Amazon purchased copies for its warehouses. The Russian guide can be purchased on Amazon here for US and international shipping.
I am hoping for the same success for “Genealogy at a Glance: Ukrainian Genealogy Research”. Finding in-print and current published guides for Ukrainian and Russian genealogy is difficult.
I thank from the bottom of my heart anyone who purchases my guides and helps spread the word about the guides on social media. Just click on the share button below so people struggling with their Ukrainian genealogy know that there is an affordable publication to help them.
A review of the guide was published here.
I am waiting for “Genealogy at a Glance: Ukrainian Genealogy Research” to be made available on Amazon. Follow this blog with the top right button to catch the news on the guides. (Contact me at veramiller on verizon.net for purchases outside Amazon’s international shipping area.)
Next month marks the 10th anniversary for “Find Lost Russian & Ukrainian Family”. I never imagined such a strong interest and support for this blog to last this long. I will be announcing some giveaways so stay tuned!