Re: JGSWS presentation re Alex Krakovsky - handout #ukraine
Family and DNA
I didn't see the presentation due to time zone issues, but I am
very familiar with the listings Gary presented.
In fact, the Wikipedia Ukraine pages we are looking at were
"adjusted" recently, and pretty much all links changed.
All of the interior pages are now in the directory "archive" (Архів) instead of the formerly-used "archives" (Архіви).
So far, only these 2 pages are unchanged, & this was perhaps
incorrect in Gary's PDF:
In addition, the pages in the archives now have addresses with a
colon rather than a slash.
As an example, on the shtetl page you see there are 1897 census records, but since there are hundreds they're not listed there and you're directed to a Wikipedia page devoted to fond 384 of the DAKO archives where all the various 1897 census records are. The new address is https://uk.wikisource.org/wiki/Архів:ДАКО/384 (it used to be https://uk.wikisource.org/wiki/Архіви/ДАКО/384).
Hope this long-winded explanation helps somebody!
On 3/9/2021 5:03 PM, Gary Pokrassa via groups.jewishgen.org wrote:
Last night I presented to the JGSWS regarding Alex Krakovsky's work - which was an update on my presentation last summer at IAJGS - I distributed a handout to go with my presentation-- I have been requested to post this handout on the JG digest for a larger audience - it has many useful links.
Galicia: BADER, BADIAN, FELDMANN, FREIDENHEIM/FREUDENHEIM, GERTLER, WIENER/WEINER * Germany: ADELSDORFER, BÄR/BAER, EPSTEINN, HAUSSMAN, ISSAK, MEYER, MOSES, ROSENSTEIN * Russia: AMBURG, BERKOVICH/BERKOWITZ, EPSTEIN, GELBURD/GOLDBERG/GAYLBURD/GILBERT