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    Quote Originally Posted by branimir View Post
    I'm interested in this book. Mind telling me its name and author?
    Seoba i Naselja u Lici by Stjepan Pavicic is an older book but it's the best one on the subject of Lika. There have been a lot of papers to come out on Bunjevci in the past few years if you want to see them beyond Lika. Pavicic's book deals with the population of Lika prior to the Ottoman onslaught, during their occupation, and then after. If your interest is in the Serbian population of Lika it is very much worth your time to read it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dibran View Post
    Thanks. Do some vlachs have L1029? Or perhaps his ancestors were Proto-Slavs assimilated into Vlachs and then assimilated into the Serbian ethnos later. I know alot of Romanians have L1029. I am not sure if some Vlachs have it as well(by way of assimilation of proto-slavs in the early middle ages). Do we know of any Lika settlers in West Macedonia? There is an Albanian family in the Diber region of Albania and Macedonia with the surname Lika. I am uncertain what it may mean in Albanian and possibly being a coincidence or if its linked to middle age settlers from that region who took the name as a reminder? My paternal grandmothers maternal side were Lika from Diber in Eastern Albania.
    You're going to have to ask others re: L1029 as I can't answer that question. Tesla's ancestors were Slavicized (later Serbianized) Vlachs who themselves might have assimilated early Slavs. That part is still quite fuzzy from a historical/ethnological perspective. I don't know of any people from Lika settling in Macedonia prior to Communist Yugoslavia where a lot of Serbs from Lika made up the JNA officer corps......a few of them might have ended up in Macedonia. Beyond that there is a tiny possibility of Serbs from Lika who later moved to Serbia and then joined in the attempted Serbian colonization of Macedonia in the early part of the 20th century, although that would be a long shot. Most people who left Lika at first ended up in Western Bosnia, then later today's Vojvodina and Northern Croatia (Serbs going to the former, Croats going to the latter).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illyro-Vlach View Post
    You're going to have to ask others re: L1029 as I can't answer that question. Tesla's ancestors were Slavicized (later Serbianized) Vlachs who themselves might have assimilated early Slavs. That part is still quite fuzzy from a historical/ethnological perspective. I don't know of any people from Lika settling in Macedonia prior to Communist Yugoslavia where a lot of Serbs from Lika made up the JNA officer corps......a few of them might have ended up in Macedonia. Beyond that there is a tiny possibility of Serbs from Lika who later moved to Serbia and then joined in the attempted Serbian colonization of Macedonia in the early part of the 20th century, although that would be a long shot. Most people who left Lika at first ended up in Western Bosnia, then later today's Vojvodina and Northern Croatia (Serbs going to the former, Croats going to the latter).
    Yea, coincidence then with the surname. It would have had to have been 500 years plus back.
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