The following Lemko Association publications are available for purchase.
Order online or send a check payable to:
184 Old Country Road
Higganum, CT 06441.
All prices include shipping and handling within the USA,
and all proceeds support future Lemko Association publishing.
For orders outside the USA, shipping cost will be calculated at checkout.
If you are a Lemko Association member, visit this page to order at the discounted member price. Note that you will need the password that was sent along with your membership materials. If you have lost or forgotten the password, just contact us and we will send it right away.
By combining shipping, we are able to offer larger discounts to both members and non-members on orders of ten or more books. Please contact us for a quote.
|Dmytro F. Vyslotskii, ed.
“Nasha Knyzhka (Our Book) ”
Yonkers, NY [Lemko Association, 1945], $25.
A comprehensive exposition of the Lemko Soyuz’s case, in the Lemko language, as of 1945.
|Paul Best and Jarosław Moklak, eds.
“The Lemkos (Second Edition)” Higganum: Carpathian Institute, 2013. $25. ISBN 978-1938292033. In total 38 articles and essays, mostly from academic conferences, dealing with everything from archival materials, general history of Lemkovyna, a village history, sociological and political issues, architecture, literature, immigration, churches and extensive book reviews.
|I. F. Lemkyn (pseudonym of Ioann Polianskii)
“Istoriya Lemkovyny (History of the Lemko Land)”
Yonkers, NY [Lemko Soyuz/Association, 1969], $25.
So far, the only Lemko language history of Lemkovyna.
|Simeon Pyzh’s 1938 “A Short History of Carpathian Rus'”
Higganum, CT [Carpathian Institute, 2016], $20.
In this short book, originally published just before the Second World War, Simeon Pyzh, a scholar of Carpathian Rus’, forthrightly presents his views that:
His insights remain valuable today, over seventy-five years after they were first published, and this new translation makes them more accessible than ever to the English-language reader.
Also included are a new biography of the author and the entire original 1938 text.
|Paul Best and Stanisław Stepien, eds.
“Does a Fourth Rus’ Exist? Concerning Cultural Identity in the Carpathian Region.”
Przemyśl – Higganum: Southeastern Research Institute and The Carpathian Institute, 2009. ISBN 978-8360374092.
$25 for Lemko Association members, $32 for non-members.
|Paul Best and Jarosław Moklak, eds.
“The Lemko Region, 1939-1947: War, Occupation and Deportation”
Kraków – New Heaven: CSSG [Carpathian Institute], 2002. $25. ISBN 978-8388737909.
|New! Lemkovyna (Western Carpathian Rus’), Scale 1:200,000, 2012.
A full color, 24 by 36 inch map of Lemkovyna showing many no longer existing Lemko villages. Suitable for wall mounting or use as a reference. See details here.
Price $10 for Lemko Association members, $13 for non-members.
If you would like to order more than one map, add only $5.00 for each additional map after the first shipped to the same address.
|New! Ioann Polianskii,
Lemkovyna: A History of the Lemko Region
of the Carpathian Mountains in Central Europe.
Higganum: Carpathian Institute, 2012.
ISBN 978-1-938292-00-2 (hardcover), 978-1-938292-01-9 (paperback).
Hardcover $39.99 ($29.99 for Lemko Association members).
Paperback $29.99 ($19.99 for Lemko Association members).
A unique history of Lemkovyna, finally available in English with a wealth of additional material. See details here.
Includes a hardcover copy of the original 1969 Lemko language book at no additional charge (US orders only, international orders contact us.)
|Rusyn flag, 3 by 5 feet. Polyester with stitched edges and brass grommets. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use. $29.|
A variety of digitized books and audio/video recordings dealing with Lemko-Rusyns are also available from Walter Maksimovich. Please visit http://lemko.org/books/ and http://lemko.org/lvpro/ for pricing and availability.