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25th Conference on Jewish Genealogy


You'll want to consider attending this outstanding event, which was the top story in: Nu? What's New? (The E-zine of Jewish Genealogy) Volume 6, Number 2 | February 27, 2005. To be added or removed from this mailing list, go to the Internet site:  To change your e-mail address, go to the same site and remove the old address and add the new address. If you'd like to review back issues of Nu? What's New? They are available at:  To subscribe to AVOTAYNU, The International Review of Jewish Genealogy, go to To order books from the catalog, go to  To contact Avotaynu by postal mail, write: Avotaynu, Inc.; 155 N. Washington Ave.; Bergenfield, NJ 07621

International Association of Jewish Genealogy Societies
25th Conference on Jewish Genealogy
10-15 July 2005
Flamingo Hilton,
Las Vegas, Nevada 

Presentation topics include:
-- Beginners Workshop In Genealogy
-- Castle Garden, The Barge Office & Manhattan's Piers
-- Bugsy Siegel & Meyer Lansky : The Men Behind The Flamingo Hotel
-- Lapp Dancing Horas : Jews Of Finland
-- New York City Voter Registration Records
-- Transcarpathian Jewish Research
-- Pajama Genealogy For German Jewish Research
-- Out Of The Trap : Hias / Nicem French Files, 1939-1943
-- Reconnecting With The Past
-- Cypto-Jews : Their History, Culture & Return
-- How Secret Jews In The American Southwest, Iberia, Mexico & South America Are Rediscovering Their Heritage)
-- Family History On Deposit : 19th & Early 20th Century Bank Records
-- Best Kept Secrets Of Polish Genealogy : Lesser Known Sources
-- New York, New York : 2006 Iajgs Conference
-- Cryptic Clues In The Bone Yard
-- Finding Your Ellis Island Ancestors
-- Painless Organization
-- State Archives : What They Are & How To Use Them
-- Your Ancestors World Revealed : Using Newspapers For Family History
-- Combining Genealogical & Family Trait Genetic Research
-- What's New In Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
-- Yizkor Books : Bridge To The Past
-- Genealogical Resources For Tracing Looted Art : A Case Study Of A German Seder Plate
-- Solving The Mystery Of The Cane Handle : Utilizing The Collection Of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center Of The American Jewish Archives
-- 19th Century Polish Language Records
-- Center For Jewish History : Resources For Genealogy
-- Finding Anatevka : Using Maps & Gazetteers In Jewish Genealogy
-- Reading Russian Records For The Non-Russian Speaker
-- Russian Business Directories As A Genealogical Resource
-- New York, New York : 2006 Iajgs Conference
-- Interpreting Galician Records In The Jewish Records Indexing - Poland Database
-- Introduction To The Litvak Sig & What's New On The All Lithuanian Database
-- How To Make Your Own 'Ken Burns' Style Family History Video Using Your Pc
-- Methods & Media For Sharing Your Genealogical Information Using Your Pc
-- Hamburg Passenger Lists
-- Power Of Jewishgen
-- Mining For Genealogical Gold In The Records Of The Jewish Consumptives Relief Society Of Colorado
-- Update On Holocaust Survivor & Victim Lists
-- New York, New York : 2006 IAJGS Conference
-- Polish Records Indexing Techniques
-- Tools, Archives & Other Resources For Sephardic Genealogy
-- How To Document Victims & Locate Survivors Of The Holocaust
-- Creating One-Step Search Tools
-- Deep Linking & Deeper Linking : How To Get The Most Out Of Existing Search Applications
-- One Step Webpages : A Potpourri Of Genealogical Web Tools
-- Playing Hide & Seek In The 1910 To 1930 Census
-- White, Blue, Gray! : What Color Ellis Island Search Form Should I Use?
-- Sources On Jewish Genealogy In The Ukrainian Archives
-- Beyond The Names : Mining That City Directory
-- Do Documents Lie? : Records Created By & For Our Immigrant Ancestors
-- Those Indexes : What They Do & Don't Tell You
-- Magnate Landowner Records Of Eastern Europe
-- So You Want To Write A Family Newsletter
-- Debunking Rabbinic Genealogy Myths
-- Rabbinic Genealogy
-- Galveston Plan: Jewish Immigrants Through The Port Of Galveston, TX
-- Genealogical Information Found On Jewish Headstones
-- Aliyah Bet : The Clandestine Immigration To Palestine, 1938-1948
-- Argentina : Jewish Colonies Past & Present, Finding Relatives & Conducting Research
-- Russian Encyclopedias As A Source Of Genealogical Information
-- Using 
-- When There's So Much Information, Help Is On The Way! : Organizing A Database Using Excel
-- WPA Inventories : Road Maps To Record Treasures
-- Writing Your Family History In Small Manageable Pieces
-- Archival Holdings In Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus & Poland : An Update
-- Genealogical Ills : Using Inter-Library Loan For Your Genealogical Research
-- Non-Traditional Family Relationships : Issues Of Privacy & Confidentiality In Constructing A Family Tree
-- Galician Marriages
-- Unusual Sources - US

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt      :)
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Bradenton, FL 34207

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