Kranjsko-Slovenska Katoliska Jednota (Grand Carnolian Slovenian Catholic Union) records
Records (1894-1924) of Kranjsko-Slovenska Katoliska Jednota (Grand Carnolian Slovenian Catholic Union) consist of Board of Directors' minutes (1894-1895) and a 30th anniversary publication (1924).
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The American Slovenian Catholic Union, a Catholic fraternal insurance organization (formerly the Grand Carnolian Slovenian Catholic Union -- Krynsko-Slovenska Katoliska Jednota) was founded in 1894. It has approximately 44,000 members in 154 locals from 20 states, and is headquartered in Joliet (Illinois). In addition to providing insurance benefits, the Union grants college and religious vocation scholarships, and promotes cultural activities to preserve Slovenian heritage.
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- Slovene Americans -- Illinois -- Joliet. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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