Our People: Carpatho-Rusyns and Their Descendants in North America

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For Further Reading

A. Bibliographical Guides
The works listed below in section B and C deal primarily or exclusively with Carpatho-Rusyn life in the United States. The only other separately published bibliography on the subject is a brief annotated listing in Paul R. Magocsi, Carpatho- Ruthenians in North America, The Balch Institute Historical Reading Lists, No. 31 ( Philadelphia, Pa., 1976). As for materials in libraries and other resource centers, see Edward Kasinec, The Carpatho-Ruthenian Immigration in the United States: A Preliminary Note on Source in Some United Stated Repositories, Harvard Ukrainian Research Offprint Series, No. 6 ( Cambridge, Mass., 1975).The basic source for the study of Carpatho-Rusyns in America are the more than 60 newspapers, journal, and annual almanac published by various religious and secular organizations, which contain a wide of news reports, biographies of immigrant leaders, statistical data on organizations, and other valuable materials. Most of these serial have been preserved on microfilm and are listed Frank Renkiewicz, The Carpatho-Ruthenian Microfilm Project: A Guide to Newspapers and Periodical ( St. Paul, Minn.: University of Minnesota Immigration History Research Center, 1979). An annotated bibliographical index to the oldest and most important Rusyn-America newspaper has been undertaken James M. Evan, Guide to the Amerikansky Russky Viestnik, Vol. I: 1894-1914 (Fairview, N.J.: Carpatho-Rusyn Research Center, 1979). There is also much information to be found in individual parish memorial books and histories issued by a large number of churches.As for material on the European homeland, there are several bibliographies. See, for instance, Paul R. Magocsi, "An Historiographical Guide to Subcarpathian Rus'," Austrian History Yearbook, IX-XHouston, Texas, 1973-74), pp. 201- 265; Paul R. Magocsi, The Shaping of a National Identity: Subcarpathian Rus', 1848-1948 ( Cambridge, Mass. and London, England: Harvard University Press, 1978), esp. pp. 465-585; Paul R. Magocsi, The Rusyn-Ukrainians of Czechoslovakia: An Historical Survey ( Vienna: Wm. Braumüller, 1983), pp. 67-77; and J. Kozlowski, "Lemkowszczyzna," Annals of the World Federation, II (Camillus, N.Y., 1975), pp. 249-254.
B. Documentary Sources
Although many of the items in this section deal with developments in Europe, they are nonetheless listed here because they were published by Carpatho-Rusyns in the United States or Canada, and therefore they reflect the political views held by the group at various times.
Chornak. Orestes. Documentae Appellationis. Bridgeport, September 20, 1931.
Declaration and Memorandum of the Russian Council of Carpatho-Russia in Lwow, of the League for the Liberation of Carpatho-Russia in America, and of the League for the Liberation of Carpatho-Russia in Canada. n.p., 1919.
Fentsik, Stepan A. Uzhgorod-Amerika: putevyia zamietke, 13.X.1934-19.V.1935. Uzhhorod: Nash put', 1935.
[ Gerovskij, Aleksij]. Karpatskaja Rus' v česskom jarmi. n.p., 1939.
Karpatorossy v Amerike, ostavte hlubokij son: programa, resolucii Amerikanskeho Jedinstva. Gary, Ind.: Amerikanskoje Karpatorusskoje Jedinstvo [ 1941].
Karpatskij. Ivan. Piznajte pravdu. New York: Komitet oborony Karpatskoji Ukrajiny, 1939.
Lemko Relief Committee in the U.S.A. Trumbull, Conn., 1962?

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Maps x
  • Text Inserts and Charts x
  • List of Photographs x
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 Origins 5
  • Chapter 2 Migration 11
  • Chapter 3 Settlement Patterns and Economic Life 17
  • Chapter 4 Religious Life 22
  • Chapter 5 Organizational Life 43
  • Chapter 6 Culture 61
  • Chapter 7 Politics 79
  • Chapter 8 Group Maintenance 89
  • Appendix a Root Seeker's Guide to the Homeland (compiled with the Assistance of George Shanta) 93
  • For Further Reading 141
  • Index 146
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