Field Guide to Visiting a Jewish Cemetery #yiddish

David Harris <dorsharris@...>

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Snowbound cemeteries are now cleared for visiting and genealogical sleuthing!

Be sure to include your camera, hedge clippers, notebook,
pencils, whisk broom and Rabbi Joshua Segal's "Field Guide to
Visiting a Jewish Cemetery"....the quintessential tool for unlocking
tombstone inscriptions, decoding dates and deciphering many of the
more common inscriptions.

Rabbi Segal's soft cover book is a necessary "bring-along" whether
you are visiting a cemetery in North America, Europe or Israel since
the inscriptions are similar. The book is available in the
JewishGenMall at a special conference discounted price of only $18 plus S& H.

visit and enter the title, A Field Guide to
Visiting a Jewish Cemetery, or the product code JCP101

Happy hunting and successful sleuthing <g>

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects

Moderator's Note: Gloves, to protect against poison ivy, are also recommended.

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