Turk, Steklasa, and other Slovene families in North America and in Europe
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Turk, Steklasa, and other Slovene families in North America and in Europe Blatnik, Hiti, Kunc, Jevec, Lah, Lach, Laurich, Modič, Opinčar, Pakish, Vesel, with brief notes of the Slovene people by Marion G. Turk

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Published by M. Turk in Parma, Ohio .
Written in English


  • Slovenian Americans -- Genealogy.,
  • Slovenes -- Genealogy.

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 25.

Statement[compiled by Marion Turk, Josephine Turk, Olga Turk].
ContributionsTurk, Josephine, 1911- joint author., Turk, Olga, 1916- joint author.
LC ClassificationsE184.S65 T87
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p. (p. 26-28 blank) ;
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4582186M
LC Control Number77155093

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