Photo from Panna Maria: An Image of Polish
Texans by Joseph Jaworski, 1991.
Land meant prosperity for posterity.
the 1850s, immigrants from the European region of Upper Silesia, now in Poland, came to Texas.
We are the descendants of those brave settlers, seeking to keep alive
their traditions, culture, heritage and memories.
Newest additions to our website:
from Radawie, Silesia
Leopold Moczygemba Foundation Gala 2013
-Kaczmarczyk Orphans Journey to America
Silesian-Polish Texans Scholarship Essay Contest WINNERS
St. Michael's in San Antonio featured
-In the News: Preserving the History of St. Michael's Church
-Story & Photos - Fr. Leopold
Moczygemba Foundation Gala
-Business & Professional
- just added to our
-Weddings - Vintage
- Stained glass windows!
-Early Immigrant Articles:
Janta - Jainta;
How to locate surnames
Simultaneously press the CRTL key and the F key (on Mac, use Command and F). A box will open to
type your surname; then click "Find." In some browsers, the box
appears as a temporary toolbar across the top of your page.
The surname will be highlighted below in
Click "Find" again to locate even more occurrences of your surname. On
a Mac, use the arrows.
(By the way, this tip also works on other websites! You're
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