- The Winona Newspaper Project: almost as addictive as it is informative. Don’t say you weren’t warned.
- The Pomeranian Genealogical Association is the place to go for baptism, marriage, and death records from Pomerania (including Kashubia), and is fully searchable in English.
- The Polish Genealogical Association maintains an enormous database encompassing the entire country, but searching it can get a little tricky. If you figure it out, please notify the webmaster.
- St. Mary’s and Woodlawn cemeteries in Winona, transcribed and HTMLized in 2001 by Becky Jonsgaard with the assistance of Sonia Henderson. Thanks for your labor of love, ladies!
- FindAGrave.com is almost as addictive as the WNP, but with much better pictures.
- PolishRoots.com is the Polish genealogy site.
- Polish Genealogy Society of America is the Polish genealogy organization.
- Familysearch.org is a free service of the Church of Latter-Day Saints. Draws on LDS databases and volunteer genealogy reports from both the US and Poland. Now offering free family tree hosting.
- Ancestry.com (a pay service) is especially valuable for searching American census, death, and marriage records. Also a good place to meet other genealogists with similar interests. The webmaster’s family tree (both Kashubian and Anglo) is hosted on Ancestry.com.
- Geni.com (a pay service) is especially good for tracing Polish ancestry, thanks to the untiring efforts of the prolific Kashubian supersleuth, Stanislaus von Zmuda Trzebiatowski. The webmaster uses geni.com to do research and to keep tabs on what Pan Stanislaus has found recently.
- Kashubian-related articles on Wikipedia
- Przyjaciel ludu kaszubskiego (Friend of the Kaszubian People) is an English-language newsletter published since 1997 by the Kashubian Association of North America.
- Trempealeau County WiGenWeb – lots of amazing stuff here!
- Polish heritage in Portage County, WI (Kashubians in the Stevens Point area)
- Wilno Heritage Society (Kashubians in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada)
- Kashubian surnames, compiled by Rev. Aloysius Rekowski of Wilno, courtesy of the PGSA: divided into A-K and L-Z
- Polish and German geographical names in Pomerania, courtesy of kashubia.com. Bytów = Bütow is a pretty easy connection to make, but good luck with Kościerzyna = Berent. Thanks, Dr. Yurek Hinz!