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What does ZARP stand for?

ZARP stands for Zamagurze Area Research Project


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The listing now has over 250 surnames from the area Kurima to America, families across the ocean, from the Roman Catholic parish register of Kurima, Saris County Everyone with ancestors from the area will be most interested in the Indexed Outline Malatina Detail Register 1779 - 1799 Tom Lewis's Slovakia Journal Surname Index of all surname and locality combinations in the 1922 Census of Slovaks of Mahoning County, Ohio, with 2,069 surname listings The US Census Bureau Census 2000 web page Commerce Secretary Norman Y. Mineta, Under Secretary for Economic Affairs Robert J. Shapiro and Census Bureau Director Kenneth Prewitt release the first set of Census 2000 numbers: the resident population and Congressional apportionment totals for each state via internet RealVideo Broadcast The American Slovak Cultural Association of The Mahoning Valley, Inc. , Youngstown, Ohio now has a new information page of interest of everyone with ancestors that settled in the Mahoning Valley The Ohio Online Death Certificate Index is now available for 1913-1927, and 1933-1937 Toronto Slovaks before 1934 Ethnographic and Religious Divisions of the Czecho-Slovak Republic based on the 1930 Census of the Czecho-Slovak Republic Ethnographic and Religious Divisions of Slovakia based on the 1938 Census of Slovakia Peaks and Waves of Immigration to America - 1821 to 1981 from the American Immigration Home Page Census and Greek Catholic Church Record information for villages of Korunkova, Solnik, Potocky and Varechovce at the Carpatho-Rusyn Knowledge Base If you have Carpatho-Rusyn roots, you may be interested in the Parish Lists for: Lukowe, Tarnawa, Tarnawa Gorna and Zernica Wysna German Genealogy: Karpatho-Ukraine Genealogy page Carpathian German Homepage Help wanted - Genealogie: Slowakei / Slovensko The Theresientaler Heimatbund/Bernreuther Karpatho-Ukraine Database of Austrian Immigrants at the FEEFHS The Slovak Surname Location Reference Project, -SLRP-, at the FEEFHS contains 3,500 Slovak surnames with village of origin. An Index of surnames for the Slovakia Surname Location Reference Project (SLRP) is now available on line Roots in the County of SARIS - part of the SLRP Project Krakovany / Straze, part of the Nitra County section of the SLRP Zamagurze Area Research Project.