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Features:Brooklyn Daily Eagle Online™: A Valuable, Free Resource for Genealogists; Reports from the IAJGS 24th International Conference, July 4-9, 2004, Jerusalem; Gershon’s Story; Orphanage Records at the American Jewish Historical Society. Program Reports: Combining Genealogical and Family Trait Genetic Research; Next-Gen Genealogy: Exciting Pre-teens and Teens about Family History; Read All about It! Historical Newspaper Research; The Jews of Sing-Sing: Might One of Them Belong on Your Family Tree?; Book Reviews: Chinese Exile: My Years in Shanghai and Nanking; From Generation to Generation: How to Trace Your Jewish Genealogy and Family History.
Features: Heritage Foundation for Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries; Surname Navigator Online; Hidden Children of the Holocaust and Their Recovery of Jewish Identity. Program Reports: American Jewish Committee, Office of War Records, 1918-1921, and National Jewish Welfare Board, Bureau of War Records, 1940-1969; How to Use the Belarus SIG Website to Find Your Belarussian Ancestors and Their Shtetls; “Beyond the Basics” Seminar; Jewishdata.com.
Features: Researching in London; Next-Gen Genealogy: Teens and Genes: Can We Excite Jewish Teenagers about Genealogy? Here’s How the Samberg Family History Program Does It. Program Reports: Jewish Given Names: Why Is Mordecai, Mortka and Also Max?; Understanding Your Galician Vital Records; the International IAJGS 24th International Conference on Jewish Genealogy; The Avotaynu Guide to Jewish Genealogy; Polish Jewish Cemeteries Restoration Project.
Features: How the JGS Anniversary Luncheon Changed Jewish New York; Washington DC 2003: A Capital Conference. 23rd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (reports); “Only in New York” (New York City resources); Genealogical Projects of the Israel Genealogical Society Prepared for the 24th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy, Jerusalem, July 4-9, 2004; Next-Gen Genealogy: The Bar Mitzvah Connection. Using Genealogy to Enrich the Bar Mitzvah Experience–and Vice Versa; Genealogy 101: The 12-Step Approach. A Primer for the Novice Genealogist. Book Reviews: The Enemy at His Pleasure; Sephardic Genealogy: Discovering Your Sephardic Ancestors and Their World; From Suwalki to St. Ignace: A History of the Rosenthal, Reinhertz, Blumrosen, Winkelman and Related Families.
Features: How the JGS Anniversary Luncheon Changed Jewish New York; Washington DC 2003: A Capital Conference. 23rd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (reports); “Only in New York” (New York City resources); Genealogical Projects of the Israel Genealogical Society Prepared for the 24th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy, Jerusalem, July 4-9, 2004; Next-Gen Genealogy: The Bar Mitzvah Connection. Using Genealogy to Enrich the Bar Mitzvah Experience–and Vice Versa; Genealogy 101: The 12-Step Approach. A Primer for the Novice Genealogist. Book Reviews: The Enemy at His Pleasure; Sephardic Genealogy: Discovering Your Sephardic Ancestors and Their World; From Suwalki to St. Ignace: A History of the Rosenthal, Reinhertz, Blumrosen, Winkelman and Related Families.
Features: The Top Ten Reasons to Attend the 23rd Annual International Conference on Jewish Genealogy in Washington, DC; Next-Gen Genealogy: Get the Kids Involved! Why We Mustn’t Overlook the Future as We Research the Past; South African Jewish Genealogical Research. Part I: South African Resources in America; Their Spirits Have Found a Home: New Collection Documents Jewish Life in Eastern Europe. Book Reviews: Where Once We Walked – Revised Edition: A Guide to the Jewish Communities Destroyed in the Holocaust; Climbing Your Family Tree: Online and Off-Line Genealogy for Kids.
Features: Toronto 2002: A Meeting Place. 22nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (reports); Archival Guides to Documentary Sources of Jewish Interest in the Former Soviet Union; What’s in a Name: Spelling of Names in a Search for Family; The Trials, Tribulations and Travails of a Holocaust Researcher; The Power of Cooperation: A Three-Way Success Story; Rediscovering Our Polish Shtetl: The Restoration of Vilkotch; HIAS Boston Individual Arrival Cards, 1882-1929. Book Reviews: Uncle, We Are Ready! Registering America’s Men, 1917-1918.
Feature: Exploring the Details of Czarist Decrees. Program Reports: The 1930 Census and Useful Websites for Researching the 1930 Census; Genealogical Research at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and Sources of Information on Holocaust Victims and Survivors: An Overview. Book Review: Discovering Your Jewish Ancestors.
Features: My Trip to Ukraine, May 2001; Krakow Banns and Marriage Registers; Do You Know When You Were Born?; Slovak Database Initiative; London 2001: 21st International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. 
Feature: Ellis Island News. Program Reports: Organizing Genealogical Research; Genomic Views of Jewish History; Reclaim a Piece of Your History: The HIAS Location and Family History Service; Censuses of the Jews in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (Poland, Lithuania, Galicia, Ukraine and Belarus).