Features: Program Announced for the 29th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy; Philadelphia Area Jewish Genealogical Resource Directory; Book Review: Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean. Program Reports: Harvesting a New Crop of Google Experts; Twentieth Century Probate Research: Confirming Relationships and Finding Family; Preview of the 29th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy; Crossing the River.
Features: For Genealogists, Pages of Testimony Live On; Naming the Lost Victims of the Shoah; Yad Vashem Miracle; Pages of Testimony: An Opportunity Lost; Uniting the Heda Family by Using the Pages of Testimony; "V"; Pages of Testimony Success Story; From Stawiski to Paris: A Yad Vashem Story; When the Ashes Spoke; The Conference is Coming!; Locating South African Relatives in the EIDB - An Update. Program Reports: Creating the Morgenthau Exhibition: A Family Historian Confronts the Twentieth Century; The Lost Synagogues of Brooklyn.
Features: Lithuania Internal Passport Project Receives Grant from JGS; Jewish Records Indexing-Poland Presentation on Polish Records; What I Did at the IAJGS Conference: A Personal Blog; Cadastral Map and Landowner Records Project; IAJGS Awards Stern Grant to IGG. Program Reports: Searching Online Historical Directories; The Pages in Between: Unearthing the Hidden Legacy of Two Families, One Home.
Features: A Groundbreaking Visit to the International Tracing Service (Bad Arolsen: Looking Back; Soul Seeking; The True Meaning of Reunification); Abraham Roeser: Lower East Side Hero or Scam Artist; “Identifying Benjamin W. Cohen of New York and New Orleans”: The Backstory; Google Your Family. Program Reports: Fusgeyers: Jewish Immigrants Who Walked to Freedom in the Early 1900s.
Features: Using Historical Newpaper Archives; The Long-distance Genealogist; Gesher Galicia Regional Meeting. Program Reports: From Here to Eternity: Jewish Cemetery Research, Preserv ation and Restoration; Bums, Slummers and Swells: Social Class, Immigration and the Birth of American Popular Culture on the Lower East Side.