This Page includes links to stories I have written about special ancestors on my family tree or places relative to my ancestral heritage. It also includes special,m memories and a list of links for further exploration. A Suggested Reading list pertaining to Yugoslavian Immigrants to America as well as the Cultural History of Bosnia, Croatian, Montenegro and Serbia is found on the “Books Suggested” tab.
Ana Puškarić Kučinić Puskarich Part 1: 1886 — 1912 — A documented history of Ana’a life including information about family of origin and her marriage to Mijat Kučinić.
Anthony “Tony” Joseph Salopek 1904-1968 — Summary of Accomplishments
Alaskan Attraction — Reflections on my Yugoslav connection to Alaska
Carrie’s Furnace — thoughts from my Popcorn Party Blog. Reflections about my grandmother, Katie Kucinic Salopek working in the steel mills of Duquesne, Pennsylvania.
Catherine Ann Kučinić Salopek Interview — Transcript of personal interview on 17 September 1986, approximately one year before she passed away. Listen to an mp3 of the actual six-minute interview
Christmas at Our Door — Why I know there really IS a Santa Claus!
Coal Black Crown — This historical fiction is based on a true experience from the life of my grandmother, Mara Oreb Gagich, who eventually mothered eleven children.
Finding Family in Fayette County, Pennsylvania — Mother’s Day tribute to family historian Yvonne L. Blair Morgan, spotlighting her research in Fayette County, Pennsylvania.
Golden Nuggets — Expression of my feelings of Alaska and trying to envision it through the eyes of my grandfather Srdan Gagich.
Grandma’s Chicken: Comforting Generations — Grandma Katie Salopek’s Breaded Chicken Recipe
Grandmas Rule — Reflections of my grandmas from Popcorn Party Blog.
Grave Digging Halloween — Photo of my grandparents’ graves in Western Pennsylvania and reflections of cemetery involvement
Home for the Holidays — Blog post where is “home” for the holidays?
Springtime Radish Flowers — Tutorial from Grandma Katie’s Kitchen.
Treadwell Mine Trail — Snapshots of mining remnants along the trail. Someday I hope to determine if my grandpa Srdan Đođić (Gagich) worked there at one time.
See also — Duquesne Croatians.
Links to Cultural and Genealogical information relevant to my American immigrants from the countries of Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro.
Croatian-in-English Robert Jerin’s Links