Volume XVII, Issue 2 & Volume XVII, Issue 1

The Vlachs of Greece and their Misunderstood History

Abstract The Vlachs speak a language that evolved from Latin. It was transmitted by Romans to many peoples and was used as an international language for centuries. Most Vlach populations live in and around the borders of modern Greece. The word ‘Vlachs’ appears in the Byzantine documents at about the 10th century, but few details are ...
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Community News

We are pleased to welcome the following new members: Nitsa Perkins-Bailey Marshfield, MA Jonathan Forsythe No.Smithfield, RI Cornel Todeasa Monroe, CT Tom Cheamitru Gambrills, MD Peter Caleshu Naples, FL Andrea Crowell Stratford, CT Alexander G. Dacey Easton, CT Anastase P. Dacey Easton, CT Bethany A. LoMonaco Mansfield, CT Sarah E. LoMonaco Mansfield, CT Joanne C. ...
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Past Presidents at the Centennial Celebration

Past Presidents of the Society being honored at our Centennial: from left, Bill Balamaci, Nick Fatse, Dina Vanghele, Bob Nicola, Andrea Colimitra, George Fatsy, & Aurel Ciufecu
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