Some of our readers have expressed an interest in learning more about
their heritage. There are a number of sources ranging from the highly academic
to light reading.
We would like to suggest a few books which fall somewhere in the middle.
To learn more about what life was like for Rusyn and Slovak immigrants,
- Out of This Furnace by Thomas Bell (available from the University
- Icon of Spring by Sonya Jason (also available from the University
- The Sorrows of Marienka by Vasil S. Koban (available from Jednota
- The Armor of a Just Man, The Life of Stephen Pusti by Florence
Sophia Pusti Orris
- (available from the author at 8860 Cranberry Ridge, Broadview Hts.
Ohio 44147 $14.00 includes shipping)
- The Kingdom of Coal by Donald L. Miller & Richard E. Sharpless,
Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia.
We also strongly suggest getting a copy of: Our People, Carpatho-Rusyns
and Their Descendants in North America by Dr. Paul Robert Magocsi.
This outstanding book, recently updated, is available through the Carpatho-Rusyn
Research Center in Orwell, VT.
- The Transplanted: A History of Immigrants in Urban America by
John Bodnar (Indiana University Press)
- The Other Catholics, selected and introduced by Keith P. Dyrud,
Michael Novak and Rudolph J. Vecoli (Arno Press, A New York Times Co.)
- Byzantine Rite Rusins In Carpatho-Ruthenia and America , by
Walter C. Warzeski (Byzantine Seminary Press - Pittsburgh)
- The Carpatho-Rusyn Americans by Dr. Paul Robert Magocsi (Multicultural
History Society of Ontario - Toronto)
- The Ukrainian Americans by Kevin Osborn (Chelsea House Publishers)
- The History of the Church in Carpathian Rus', by Athanasius
Pekar (Columbia University Press)
- The Quest For the Rusyn Soul: The Politics of Religion and Culture
in Eastern Europe and in America, 1890- WWI, by Keith Dyrud (The Balch
- Proceedings of the Conference on Carpatho-Ruthenian Immigration,
transcribed by Richard Renoff & Stephen Reynolds (Harvard Ukrainian
- The Rusyns, by Alexander Bonkalo (Columbia University Press)
- Ukrainians and Ruthenians (Greenwood Press)
We supply this list for informational purposes only. We are not associated
in any way with any of the authors or publishers herein listed. We receive
no compensation in any form from any entity for this listing.
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