Website Security and the Chrome Browser

I was contacted by the web hosting company (the one hosting this site) to say that Google Chrome will be updated in January 2017 to be more proactive in its efforts to provide for a safer browsing experience. Chrome will begin to expect that the more secure HTTPS server be used rather than the simple HTTP server used by this site. As a result, the browser may display some sort of "Not Secure" message on some pages where some sort of login field or fill-in form is used.

St. Boniface, Chicago, IL

Polish immigrants from the German occupied regions of Poland were arriving in Chicago in greater numbers during the 1860s. Some of them joined the German parish of St. Boniface because the Poles had no church of their own in 1865. St. Boniface was founded in 1865 in the West Town neighborhood of Chicago. The Polish parish of St. Stanislaus Kostka was founded in 1869 and most of the Poles became members there. The indexed portion of St. Boniface records includes only the years of 1865-1870 when the Poles were more likely included.

Dziennik Związkowy Death Notice Index 1930-1949

This online index is a compilation of death notices appearing in the Dziennik Związkowy, one of Chicago's Polish daily newspapers, for the years 1930-1949. It is similar to the Dziennik Chicagoski death notice index. The index was compiled by James J. Czuchra.

Diocese of Winona, MN

The Diocese of Winona, MN was formed in 1889 and consists of Winona, Wabasha, Olmsted, Dodge, Steele, Waseca, Blue Earth, Watonwan, Cottonwood, Murray, Pipestone, Rock, Nobles, Jackon, Faribault, Martin, Freeborn, Mower, Fillmore, and Houston Counties in Minnesota. The map provided plots the locations of the two Polish Roman Catholic Churches in this diocese.

Diocese of St. Cloud, MN

The Diocese of St. Cloud, MN was formed in 1889 and consists of Stearns, Sherburne, Benton, Morrison, Mille Lacs, Kanabec, Isanti, Pope, Stevens, Traverse, Grant, Douglas, Wilkin, Otter Tail, Todd, and Wadena Counties in Minnesota. The map provided plots the locations of the Polish Roman Catholic Churches in this diocese.

Diocese of Duluth, MN

The Diocese of Duluth, MN was formed in 1889 and consists of Aitkin, Carlton, Cass, Cook, Crow Wing, Itasca, Koochiching, Lake, Pine, and St. Louis Counties in Minnesota. The map provided plots the locations of the Polish Roman Catholic Churches in this diocese.

Diocese of New Ulm, MN

The Diocese of New Ulm, MN was formed in 1957 and consists of Big Stone, Brown, Chippewa, Kandiyohi, Lac Qui Parle, Lincoln, Lyon, McLeon, Meeker, Nicollet, Redwood, Renville, Sibley, Swift, and Yellow Medicine Counties in Minnesota. The map provided plots the locations of the two Polish Roman Catholic Churches in this diocese.

Florian, MN

Florian, MN is the only Polish parish that I found in the Diocese of Crookston, MN.

Fun Facts

The five US counties with the highest numbers of people with Polish ancestry were: 1 Cook (Chicago), IL, 2 New York, NY, 3 Wayne (Detroit), MI, 4 Erie (Buffalo), NY and 5 Milwaukee, WI. This isn't particularly surprising since these are areas in the industrialized north. Many immigrants found work in these cities. Now let's look at counties with the highest percentage of people with Polish ancestry: 1 Sherman (Loup City), NE, 2 Portage (Stevens Point), WI, 3 Nance (Fullerton), NE, 4 Presque Isle (Rogers City), MI and 5 Luzerne (Wilkes-Barre), PA .

Enhanced Search Options for Subscribers

In addition to seeing the content of all the fields (if the record provided that information), subscribers have had some additional search options besides the wildcard options that everyone is free to use. Generally the default options along with usage of wildcard characters is all that's needed. But some options available only to subscribers have been added and are the subjects of this article. At the bottom of each search form, there are three options, Normal, Soundex, and Look-alike.

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