Free Webinar with Dr Janette Silverman , May 23rd Researching in Easter Europe #announcements #events
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Join us May 23rd at Noon Pacific Time (google what time is it in Los Angeles if you need help converting 😊 for a world class lecturer on Eastern European and Jewish Genealogy, Janette Silverman!
"Join me in a recap of a 27 day trip my team and I took to find documents and context for research projects. We drove to Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine, Romania and Moldova in search of elusive documents and to discover what various towns might have looked like 100+ years ago, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. We’ll stop in a few of the places so you have an overview of what researching on the ground was like. We’ll discuss some general challenges and what can be accomplished. Perhaps in future talks we’ll take a more in-depth look at archives in specific countries and look at types of documents that can be found."
Dr. Janette Silverman is a professional genealogist, heading a team of researchers specializing in Eastern European and Jewish research at AncestryProGenealogists® the division of Ancestry® that does private client research. Her research on behalf of clients takes her all over the U.S. and Europe.
Janette holds a Doctorate in Jewish Studies from Spertus Institute. Her dissertation, "In Living Memory" explored her family's journey from Europe to the U.S. from the 1880s to the 1920s, contextualizing their experiences.
Her journey into genealogy began over 40 years ago as a hobby with her dad. It became an obsession and the two of them could be found at family gatherings asking endless questions. Her mom taught her to love jigsaw puzzles as a child. The lessons she learned from that are to look at problems and their solutions from many different angles.
Janette speaks at conferences all over the world, now virtually, but previously in person. She has published articles on genealogical research in The Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly, The Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Avotaynu, and Galitzianer. Most recently, she wrote "Genealogy at a Glance: Finding Eastern European Jewish Ancestors," part of the Genealogy at a Glance series. Except during this period of COVID, she travels extensively in Eastern Europe doing archival research and accompanying clients on visits to their ancestral villages.
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