KRIM-GR: Crimean Germans from Russia Heritage Electronic Discussion Group
An electronic mail list for subscribers who are interested in Germans from Russia research and family research oriented specifically to Crimea (Krim) today in Ukraine.
KRIM-GR provides another means of discussion and communication for person interested specifically in Crimean Germans from Russia research. The focus is on the Crimean Peninsula Germans and Swiss colonies. The purpose is to share historical, surname, cultural and other information on these colonies and to help people whose ancestors lived in the Crimean colonies find information and sources on the Crimea, the colonies, and the colonists.
Guidelines for sending messages:
- The KRIM-GR, self-moderated, open-subscription electronic mail list provides a means of communication for persons interested in the genealogy, history, culture, and folklore of the Germans from Russia.
- Subscribers are expected to use restraint when replying, avoiding unsupported critical statements, unacceptable language, non-related information, and attacks on individuals.
- When you wish to subscribe or unsubscribe at this mail list, please follow instructions at How to subscribe and at Other information. A message requesting to subscribe or unsubscribe should not be sent to the complete mail list! If you have difficulty to subscribe or unsubscribe, send a direct e-mail message to: Michael.Miller@ndsu.edu
- Follow the instructions at Other information to temporarily unsubscribe from the mail list. Please do not use your "auto reply" at the mail lists when you temporarily unsubscribe or are on vacation.
- Please send any e-mail messages to the mail list only in plain text form. Do not send messages in HTML which creates problems for the Archives of the mail list.
--- Michael M. Miller, KRIM-GR listserve moderator
- Open subscription
Possible topics of discussion:
- Crimean family history
- Crimean village & parish histories
- Crimean oriented news from the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia (AHSGR, Lincoln, Nebraska)
- Crimean oriented news from the Germans from Russia Heritage Society (GRHS, Bismarck, North Dakota)
- Crimean oriented news from the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection (North Dakota State University Libraries, Fargo, North Dakota)
- New book (Crimean oriented) announcements and reviews
- Crimean oriented news from Canada, United States, Germany and the former Soviet Union
- Crimean oriented workshops, newsletters, seminars, conferences, and tours
- Anything that concerns Crimean Germans from Russia research
What you need:
- Communications software
- E-mail access
How to subscribe:
- Send an e-mail message to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU
- Send one line of text in the message section which reads: SUBSCRIBE KRIM-GR [YOUR FIRST NAME] [YOUR LAST NAME] (For example: SUBSCRIBE KRIM-GR KATRINA SCHWARTZ)
- A welcome message and instructions will be sent to your e-mail address.
- The list server address to use for list commands is LISTSERV@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU
- The posting address for messages to the entire list is KRIM-GR@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU
- To leave the list (unsubscribe) send e-mail to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU with the following command in the body of the e-mail: SIGNOFF KRIM-GR
- To suspend mail temporarily without unsubscribing send e-mail to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU with the following command in the body of the e-mail: SET KRIM-GR NOMAIL
- To resume receiving messages send e-mail to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU with the following command in the body of the e-mail: SET KRIM-GR MAIL
For further information contact:
Michael M. Miller, Bibliographer
Germans from Russia Heritage Collection
North Dakota State University Libraries
PO Box 5599
12 Ave N & Albrecht Blvd
Fargo ND 58105-5599