I make many references to LVVA’s Raduraksti. It is the best resource for people researching their Latvian family history if they’re not able to go to the LVVA itself. The collection of documents available there is growing – recently they also added revision lists for some towns and cities.
But the website can be a bit […]
[This post is written for the 24th edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy, hosted by Al’s Polish-American Genealogy Research.]
The topic for this Carnival is Tips, Tricks and Websites.
I’ve already outlined the websites useful for Latvian research, but I’ll list them here again, with some other potentially useful websites:
LVVA’s “Raduraksti” – the […]
I will be in Latvia in five weeks (currently in London, slowly making my way through northern Europe towards Latvia), and while there, I will be visiting the Latvian State Historical Archives (LVVA; the archives that sponsors “Raduraksti”, which I have mentioned before).
As such, it has come time that I establish my priorities in determining […]