We welcome you to share the Bukovina experience with us, our heritage, our history, and our culture. This website is about who our ancestors were, where they came from, and how we came to be who we are today. The flags on the left represent the countries related to Bukovina Immigrants, Emigrants and the Bukovina interests of individuals who are mentioned in this website. If your flag and/or language is not included here, please let us know. Please enjoy your visit with us.
Bukovina: From 1775 to 1918, the easternmost crown land of the Austrian Empire; now divided between Romania and Ukraine. As a multi-ethnic province, its name has several spellings: Bukowina or Buchenland in German, Bukowina in Polish, Bucovina in Romanian, and Bukovyna in Ukrainian, all of which mean Land of Beech Trees. The Bukovina Society of the Americas welcomes everyone with interest in the history and culture of this land.