Invitation to JGSSN Zoom meeting: "Town Counsel: Finding Your Ancestor's European Town of Origin" with Emily Garber #events
The Jewish Genealogy Society of Southern Nevada (JGSSN) invites you to a Zoom meeting at 1:00 p.m. (Pacific Daylight Time) on Sunday, April 18: "Town Counsel: Finding Your Ancestor's European Town of Origin" with Emily Garber
To request a Zoom link, please complete this short form: Zoom Link Request.
Members of JGSSN can attend for free. Non-members can either pay $5.00 on the Donate page. Or you can pay $20 for a subscription to the 2021 series of outstanding speakers (see below). More detail can be found on our Meetings page. To become a member and sign up for the 2021 series, go to the Membership page.
One of the most important building blocks of Jewish genealogy research is determining our ancestors’ communities of origin, especially where those places are on today’s maps. Because records were (and are) often kept at local, municipal level or regional levels, successful genealogical research depends upon knowing our ancestors’ correct communities of residence. One cannot successfully jump the pond to Eastern Europe with one’s research until one has established location information from immigrant ancestors’ and relatives’ records in their adopted countries.
About Emily Garber:
An archaeologist by training (B.A., Vassar College; M.A., University of New Mexico), Emily Garber is a professional genealogy researcher, writer and speaker who specializes in Jewish genealogical research. She has researched both Eastern European and German Jewish communities and immigrants to the United States and Great Britain. She has toured family shtetlach (communities) and explored archives in Ukraine.
JGSSN 2021 Lecture Series:
Become a member for $20 and attend any or all of the upcoming lectures - https://www.jgssn.org/membership.html:
Vice President, JGSSN