Here is a list of links to other Slovenian organizations, news and radio, culture, history and genealogy resources.
Formerly known as the Slovenian Women’s Union of America, the leading Slovenian Heritage and Cultural organization in the United States..
Provides information on political, military, business, cultural, educational, scientific and other cooperation between Slovenia and the USA.
The consulate in Minnesota plays an important role in the promotion of economic cooperation between Minnesota and Slovenia.
This is a museum that offers guilded age decrative arts, historical items relating to President James A Garfield, and an exhibit on theHistory and Culture of Slovenia.
Learn Slovenian online from the University of Ljubljana.
A publication fostering communications vital to Slovenian communities.
News and events for Slovenian Americans, sign up to receive their newsletter.
Current news from Slovenia in English.
Polka music video.
A source to purchase the AVBA and other accessories, in Slovenian.
Faculty and student authored commentary on contemporary immigration issues, and links to recent news articles.
The regional archives in Maribor performs its function in the area of the following administrative units: Dravograd, Gornja Radgona, Lenart, Lendava, Ljutomer, Maribor, Murska Sobota, Pesnnica, Radlje ob Dravi, Ravne na Koroškem, Ruše, Slovenj Gradec and Slovenska Bistrica.
Bishop Frederic Baraga, first bishop of the Diocese of Marquette (from 1853 to 1868), was the first of many Slovenian missionaries to come to the United States to help build up the American Catholic Church. You can learn more about his life and find links to other websites.
Search Guide for fonds and collections, has search engine.
A Facebook group for those researching their Slovenian ancestors.