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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: Where There’s a WILL, There’s a Way; Using Your JGS Perk…Jewishdata.com; Overlooked Resources: Voter Records; The Heritage of a Diva—Amy Jade Winehouse. Program Reports: Looted Art: One Case from State of the Art: Researching and Restitution; Arthur Szyk: Documenting as a Palette of Life; Identical Strangers: Jewish Adoptees Fill in the Blanks to the Past.
Features: Gesher Galicia Regional Meeting (Galician Land Records and Cadastral Maps; JRI-Poland Update); The Hottest Online Sources for Researching Your Families in the U.S., Canada, South Africa, and the UK, Part 4. Program Reports: Five Lives of Gregory Meisler: Jew, Warrior and Polish Patriot; Creating a Research Group and Website Dedicated to Your Ancestral Town; Trick or Treat–Family History Web Searches; JGS Anniversary and Brunch; Write Your Family History NOW!
Features: The Museum of Family History: An Overview; Preserving Memories; From a 1924 Photograph to a Meeting in Amsterdam; The Hottest Online Sources for Researching Your Families in the U.S., Canada, South Africa, and the UK, Part 3. Program Report: Video Memoirs: Preserving Your Family History.
Features: The Hottest Online Sources for Researching Your Families in the U.S., Canada, South Africa, and the UK, Part 2; Family History and the Holocaust: A Day of Learning. The 2nd Annual Lucille Gudis Memorial Fund Lecture Series; Holocaust-related Addresses; Bibliography for Research on Jews in the Lodz Ghetto. Program Reports: Remembrance of Synagogues Past: The Lost Jewish Civilization of the South Bronx.
Features: The Hottest Online Sources for Researching Your Families in the U.S., Canada, South Africa, and the UK, Part 1; A Family Journey Back to Vienna. Program Reports: The Voice of the People: Using the Landsmanshaft Press as a Research Source; Nechama’s List: Update on Jewish Microfilmed Materials at the Family History Library; 27th Annual IAJGS Conference on Jewish Genealogy in Salt Lake City—Sneak Preview. Book Reviews: A Village Named Dowgalishok: The Massacre at Radun and Eishishok; The Grandees of New Jersey: Naar, Baiz, Peixotto, Pretto and Seixas Families.
Features: Did Cousin Rabinowitz Die in the Holocaust?: New and Old Sources of Information. Program Reports: Cuba’s Jewish Community: The Golden Years, 1906-1958; The Curious Case of Morris Jaffe: A Glimpse into Immigrant Life in New York at the Turn of the Twentieth Century.
Features: New York City Synagogue Database, circa 1939; How the Conference [26th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy, New York City] Succeeded. Program Reports: My Future Is in America: Yiddish Immigrant Autobiographies; The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million.
Features: Where to Find New York City Vital Records and/or Indexes; Bennett Greenspan’s Recommended Reading List [scholarly articles about DNA published online]. Program Reports: The Internet beyond JewishGen and Steve Morse’s Website; Stuck in Your Research? Ask the Experts. Book Reviews: My Future Is in America: Autobiographies of Eastern European Jewish Immigrants; History of the Jewish Community of Schneidemühl: 1641 to the Holocaust.