I'm reclaiming ancestral minhagim (practices) that were lost during American Assimilation. My family came of Nowy Zmigrod, Poland in Galicia before both world wars. I believe my family were chassidim as my grandfather insisted they were sefardim (galicianer Yiddish for people who took on praying nusach sefard) and wrapped tefillin outwardly and specifically told my father "we wrap outward unlike ashkenazim."
Sanzer Chassidim were very active in that town, and a Halberstam was the rabbi there. I understand that there are many offshoots of Sanz today that may have different practices (Satmar/Bobov/Klausenberg) so I am just curious of the minhagim of the region I came from.
I am hoping for a book of haminhagim or somesuch, specifically of the Sanzer chassidim.