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 Features: Clues for Finding South American Family; The Right To Be Forgotten;More on German Children’s Aid – Addendum; Questioning the Experts: Moriah Amit. Program Reports: Ancient Texts Lead to Genealogical Discoveries: Genealogical Resources at the Jewish Theological Seminary; Understanding Our Families, Understanding Ourselves.
 Features: Jewish Refugees from Egypt Documented in JDC Archives List; Growing Up As a Jew in Cairo; My Memories of Egypt; 1899 Newspaper Article Reports on an After Yom Kippur Banquet for Jewish Soldiers in San Francisco;Questioning the Experts: Hadassah Lipsius. Program Reports: Ask The Experts; The Ethical Genealogist.
 Features: Life and Livelihood: Petitions (Kvetlekh) to Rabbi Elijah Guttmacher; Location, Location, Location in New York City (Or Is It the City of New York?); Questioning the Experts: Joseph Van Nostrand and Bruce Abrams. Program Reports: Finding Granddad’s War;Passenger Manifests and the Immigrant Voyage; No One Remembers Alone: Memory, Migration, and the Making of an American Family.
 Features: Memorial Museum of Hungarian Speaking Jewry; German-Jewish Children’s Aid; Judge Judy, From the Beth Din Judges to the Family Court Judge, A Five Hundred and Fifty Year Saga; Questioning the Experts: Gloria Berkenstat Freund. Program Reports: Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) Citizenship Records: Beyond the Basics; Finding the Only Child’s Niece: Truth and Fiction in Genealogical Sources.
 Features: Who was Jon Stedman, Patron of Jewish Genealogy?; JGS Receives Generous Gift from the David Himelberg Foundation; Steven Siegel Collection at AJHS; Solving Another Genealogical Puzzle; Questioning the Experts: Linda Levi. Program Reports: My Father’s Wars: Migration, Memory and the Violence of a Century; A Visit to the Bialystoker Synagogue.
 Features: How I Became a Publisher of Genealogies; Three Tributes to Our Colleague, David Kleiman, z’l; Questioning the Experts: Barbara Wright. Program Reports: A Box of Photos Tells No Tales: Preserving Family History; The Myth and Reality of Jewish Life in Eastern Europe; Jewish Records Indexing – Poland: A New Era Has Begun.
Features: How I Discovered the Remarkable Liebmann Family and My Own Family at the Same Time; In Memory of Wendy Levin Almeleh; Scenes from the 36th Anniversary Double Chai Event; Mazel Tov Wishes for Our 36th Anniversary From Friends Near and Far; World War I Prisoners of War in Siberia; Questioning the Experts: Eileen Flannelly. Program Reports: Art & Identity: American Jewish History and Identity through Portraiture; JGS 36th Anniversary Celebration - A Celebration of our past and a glimpse into the future / Beyond the Tree: Tools and Tips for Sharing Your Family History.
Features: Reflections on JGS History by Past Presidents; A Sampling of Historical Memories. Program Reports: Day of Learning in Memory of Steve Siegel, z.l. (Destructive Creators: Jewish Immigrant ‘Bankers,’ the Business of Mass Migration and New Sources for Family History; The Genealogy of Brick and Stone: Tracing the History of New York Buildings); Against the Odds: American Jews & the Rescue of Europe’s Refugees, 1933-1941, Researching the Mayer Lehman Charity Fund.
Features: A Bashert Genealogical Discovery; Buyer Beware; Yeshiva of Flatbush Students Research Their Sephardic Past; Genealogical Resources at the Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center in Or Yehuda, Israel; Jews as Honorary or Hereditary Citizens in the Russian Empire; Questioning the Experts: Dorothy Dougherty. Program Reports: Legacy: A Genetic History of the Jewish People; Creative Approaches to Jewish Genealogy; From DNA to Genetic Genealogy: Everything You Wanted To Know But Were Afraid To Ask.
Features: KGB Files Shed Light on a Dark Subject; Another Report from the 2012 IAJGS Conference; Update on the Social Security Death Index; Digibaeck, A Digitization Whose Time Has Come; Skuodas, Researching a Jewish Town; Questioning the Experts: Joy Kestenbaum. Program Reports: A Visit to Shearith Israel Synagogue; Food as a Door to Your Jewish Genealogy; Searching for Living Relatives on the Internet.