Thank you for taking time to visit ATPC. The sole purpose of this site is to "share." It's began as a simple attempt to share what I was able to learn about my Polish ancestors and has grown to what it is today because others have shared their knowledge on Poland. It's a journey with only one goal, to better understand the roots of descendancy.
Features Page - NEW TO ATPC? You may want to start here to learn about our resources and how they are organized.
"The Roots Are Polish." - Interviews with Zbigniew BREZEZINSKI, Charles S. KRASZEWSKI, Gen. Donald J. KUTYNA, Andrew V. SCHALLY, and Zdzidiaw J. STAROSTECK. and informaton on Aleksandra's latest book!Memorials of Polish Sacrifices - Remember those Poles who paid the ultimate price or sacrifice.
Ancesters, My Oldest Snapshot - Old photos from our viewers. Send your "oldest ancestor photo" to include here!
Culture Library - Enjoy Polish music and food, learn about arts and customs.
History Library - Poland's origins, historical events, changing geography and it's people..
Helpful Resources and Activities
Guest Book: - Take a moment to view/sign our Guest Book. Let us know how we are doing and post your surnames for others to see.
Search ATPC - Having trouble finding something? Try the site search and it will list all pages found with your key word.
Search Web - You can search the web right from our site using one of a variety search engines, including newspaper articles.
Glossary - Quick reference for terms, many in Polish to English.
Lost and Found - Found someone else's keepsake? Lost something? Let us help you make the connection!
Site Index - This menu system is set up by major categories and is the quickest way to navigate the site.
Site Display - ATPC is optimized for MSIE 5+ with java enabled and a screen resolution of 1024 x 768! Use non-frames for 800 x 600 for best viewing.
Like What You See? - Contribute to our community. Help promote what we're doing. Encourage family and friends to visit us.
Looking for Help? - You may find it here! Whether it is learning from the experience of someone else or resources for your family search. Check the Forum Discussion/Chat Board for interacting with other viewers.
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