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Hofmann, Harry v. '''Baltische Postorte 1632-1917/8''' [Baltic Postal Places]. Hamburg, 1996. (Book 947.9 E8h 1996). Identifies postal offices for Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania by their Russian and native names.  
 
Hofmann, Harry v. '''Baltische Postorte 1632-1917/8''' [Baltic Postal Places]. Hamburg, 1996. (Book 947.9 E8h 1996). Identifies postal offices for Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania by their Russian and native names.  
  

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Hofmann, Harry v. Baltische Postorte 1632-1917/8 [Baltic Postal Places]. Hamburg, 1996. (Book 947.9 E8h 1996). Identifies postal offices for Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania by their Russian and native names.

Gazetteer of Lithuania: Names approved by the United States Board on Geographic Names. Washington D.C. : Defense Mapping Agency, 1994. (Book 947.93 E5g). Modern gazetteer.

Lietuvos katalikų bažnyčios [Lithuanian Catholic parishes]. Vilnius: Pradai, 1993. 623 pages. (Book-947.5 E7k). Identifies parish and parish histories for Lithuania. The text is in Lithuanian. It includes a locality index.

Lithuania was created from three imperial provinces: Vilno, Kovno, Suwalki. Gazetteers were published for all of these but two are only available in the FHL.

For Kovno province. Alfavitnyi spisok naselennykh mest Kovenskoi gubernii. [Alphabetical list of populated places of the Kovno Province] Kovna, 1903. (Film 2,268,932 Item 1)

For ViIno province see Belarus Gazetteers.