Links to Other Galician Genealogy Organizations
- East European Genealogical Society (EEGS)
Non-profit organization identifying and marshalling genealogical resources for east European research
- Federation of East European Family History Societies (FEEFHS)
FEEFHS provides a forum for individuals and societies focused on specific countries and ethnic groups to exchange information they have in common with others, and to be updated on developments in the field of East European genealogy in general.
- Galizien German Descendants
Focus on German-speaking settlers of Galicia
- HalGal: Genealogy of Halychyna / Eastern Galicia
Focus on Western Ukraine / Eastern Galicia
- Jewish History in Galicia and Bukovina
Documents Jewish cemeteries in Ukraine; currently focuses on the Stanislawow (Ivano-Frankivsk) Region.
- Polish Genealogical Society of America (PGSA)
The society assists members in doing their own genealogical research by providing books, newsletters, bulletins, printed information, regular Society meetings, and an annual workshop.
PolishRoots covers all areas that were historically part of the Polish Commonwealth, from the 16th through the 18th centuries. Publishes the "Gen Dobry" electronic newsletter.
- The Carpathian Connection
Focus on Carpatho-Rusyn genealogy
- The Galicia Jewish Museum
New museum in Kraków that commemorates the victims of the Holocaust and celebrates the Jewish culture of Polish Galicia
- The Polish-Jewish Heritage Foundation of Canada
To preserve the unique heritage of Polish Jewry, foster research, promote better understanding between Poles and Jews, and encourage greater knowledge of the history and culture of Polish Jewry.
Gesher Galicia is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people research their Jewish family roots in the former Austro-Hungarian Empire province of Galicia, which is today southeastern Poland and southwestern Ukraine. Our organization's primary focus is researching Jewish roots in Galicia, but the diverse community records in our databases contain names that span all the ethnic and religious groups who once lived in this region.