The Carpatho-Rusyn American was published as a quarterly journal from 1976 to 1996, and that collection of articles on Rusyn history and culture is being reprinted on a regular basis in blog form, as "another look at classics of Rusyn scholarship."
The first reprinted piece is a quick bio of Alexander Duchnovyč, the 19th Century "national awakener of the Carpatho-Rusyns."
It looks to be another great resource to get your grounding in Carpatho-Rusyn topics.
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