Polish Genealogical Society of Michigan

Mailing Address

PO Box 85987
Westland, MI 48185-6087 USA
Note:  Some of the Polish sites are in Polish only; however some have an English flag that you can click to convert text to English.
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Allen Counry Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Last Updated: 10 November 2021
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library in Alpena, Michigan.
Last Updated: 7 November 2021
The Bentley Historical Library collects the materials for and promotes the study of the histories of two great, intertwined institutions, the State of Michigan and the University of Michigan. The Library is open without fee to the public, and we welcome researchers regardless of academic or professional affiliation.
Last Updated: 10 November 2021
Have any Polish family that lived in the Tuscola County area, check out the digital collection from the Tuscola County Advertiser from 1868 - 1942 and the Caro High School yearbooks from 1922 - 2006.
Last Updated: 28 June 2021
Genealogical materials in the Burton Historical Collection include federal census population schedules, family histories, cemetery inscriptions, church records of baptisms, marriages, and deaths, military records, hereditary society indexes, heraldry books, immigration records, probate indexes and records, vital records, obituaries, and land records.
Last Updated: 29 August 2016
Digital Library of the United States – is a free website that can be searched by topic and partners with many libraries and institutions.
Last Updated: 11 February 2022
Link to the Grand Rapids, Michigan Library.
Last Updated: 10 November 2021
Hoover Institution Library & Archives
Last Updated: 21 November 2022
Link to the Jagiellonian located in Krakow, Poland.
Last Updated: 10 November 2021
Genealogical resources available at the Livonia Public Library in Michigan.
Last Updated: 10 November 2021
Use this website to find public records as well as local information from local county and city sources. Find information such as birth certificates, death certificates, marriage and divorce decrees, adoption records, property ownership and property tax values.
Last Updated: 21 August 2016
National Archives -United States – is a free database with charts, forms, resources and videos to assist with your research.
Last Updated: 11 February 2022
New York Public Library – has links to other genealogical websites and digital photographs.
Last Updated: 11 February 2022
The District Library has a collection of local newspapers archived on microfilm, some from as early as January 1874. Additionally, an index of obituaries is part of the collection going back to the 1920's. Some records are extractions of names only while from 2014 on complete obituaries are provided.
Last Updated: 31 July 2016
This site is contains books, maps, letter, pictures, and newspapers that will be helpful for research in Poland. This site is in Polish.
Last Updated: 31 July 2016
Link to the Sandusky Library in Ohio.
Last Updated: 10 November 2021
Online materials from the University Library in Poznan UAM.
Last Updated: 10 November 2021
WorldCat is the world's largest network of library content and services. WorldCat libraries are dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web, where most people start their search for information.
Last Updated: 10 November 2021
The Bacon Memorial District Library's site features digitized copies of the Wyandotte City Directories. The first volume is for the year 1898-1899 and ends in 1940. Not all years are represented.
Last Updated: 31 July 2016