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Features: The Hamburg On-Line Index vs. Migration from the Russian Empire; Dina Abramowicz Remembered. Program Reports: YIVO Institute for Jewish Research Archives; Ancestors, Relatives, Genes and Jews; The Changing Face of Central and Eastern Europe; Genealogical Resources at 31 Chambers Street; Holocaust Research: Documenting Victims and Locating Survivors.
Feature: Hidden Treasures at YIVO. Program Reports: Using Polish Records at the Family History Center; Finding Naturalization Records in New York City; Resources at the American Jewish Historical Society. Book Review: The Jews of Khazaria.
Feature: Carved Memories: Photographs of Jewish Tombstones. Program Reports: The 19th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy, August 8-13, 1999. Book Reviews: Jewish Roots in Ukraine and Moldova: Pages from the Past and Archival Inventories; Stones of Remembrance (Avnei Zikaron); Ancilla to Toledot Charlap.
Feature: The JGSNY Cemetery Project, Some Pointers about Landsmannschaft Plots, and the IAJGS Cemetery Project. Program Reports: Did They Change Your Name at Ellis Island?; Interpreting Tombstones; Aliyah Bet: The Illegal Immigration to Palestine; Jewish Roots in Ukraine and Moldova: Pages from the Past and Archival Inventories; The New Jersey State Archives. CD-ROM Review: Family Quest Archives Digital Microfilm.
Feature: “My Name Was Changed at Ellis Island”–A Myth. Program Reports: Items with Hidden Meanings; How to Create Your Own Family History Book; The Polish-Jewish Records Index. Book Review: Migration from the Russian Empire: Lists of Passengers Arriving at the Port of New York.
Program Reports: The Archives in Kaunas, Lithuania; Internet Resources for Genealogical Research; The Search for Heirs to Pre-Holocaust European Assets; New York Resources Update. CD-Rom Review: 1998 Cemetery Project.
Program Reports: Jewish Medical Reports for Jewish Genealogists; Research in South Africa; Seminar on Jewish Genealogy, Los Angeles, July 1998; Meeting on Future of New York Region National Archives; Jewish Genealogical Institute Proposed at Center for Jewish History; The Jews of China. Book Review: Jewish Bialystok and Surroundings in Eastern Poland: A Guide for Yesterday and Today.
Features: The Hamburg On-Line Index vs. Migration from the Russian Empire; Dina Abramowicz Remembered. Program Reports: YIVO Institute for Jewish Research Archives; Ancestors, Relatives, Genes and Jews; The Changing Face of Central and Eastern Europe; Genealogical Resources at 31 Chambers Street; Holocaust Research: Documenting Victims and Locating Survivors.
Program Reports: Genograms; What Can Be Learned From Photographs; National Archives Research; New York Resources Update; Books in the Dorot Jewish Division of the New York Public Library With Lists of Names. Book Reviews: Jewish Roots in Poland: Pages from the Past and Archival Inventories; Der Juden Friedhof Endingen-Lengnau.
Program Reports: Fifth International Seminar on Jewish Genealogy, Paris, France, July 1997; Do you have a Rabbi in Your Family?; Research in England; The New York Family History Center; Genealogical Resources in Paris, France; Resources Available in Belgium; Before Copy Machines: A Lucrative Business for Notaries in Russia; A Judaic Library in Boca Raton.