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Kurland gubernia, now southern Latvia.
Danzig/Gdańsk, and its precursor communities of
Alt Schottland, Langfuhr, Mattenbuden, Weinberg, and
Danzig in der Breitgasse, and Tiegenhof (Nowy Dwór Gdański).
Jewish families who came to the United States before the
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France and French colonies, as well as other French-speaking areas
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The former Russian Empire gubernias of Courland,
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Romania (including Bukovina).
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The capital city of Poland, Warszawa (Warsaw).