Programs of interest for Polish-Jewish research at IAJGS Conference #poland #jgs-iajgs #announcements


Next week's virtual IAJGS conference has a large number of sessions of
interest to researchers of Polish Jewish family history – way more than
we have room to list in this message. Below you will find sessions
with a connection to Jewish Records Indexing-Poland, as well as listings
of Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) meetings for towns in our areas.

For a complete overview of programs of Polish-Jewish interest,
go to
scroll down and click on Filter and under Geographical Focus,
choose Poland.

All programs are open to Full Conference registrants. Limited
Access registrants ($10 for one session/$18 for two or more)
may attend SIG and BOF meetings.

LIVE programs are scheduled at a particular time; ON-DEMAND
programs may be viewed any time within 60 days of the Conference.


12:30 p.m. EDT - Jewish Records Indexing-Poland; The Future is Here
- Stanley Diamond and Robinn F. Magid


11:15 a.m. EDT – Radom. Poland BOF meeting


10 a.m. EDT - Ich Bin Ein Berliner: JRI-Poland and DNA Matches Unite 5 Half-siblings
from Four Different Mothers – Michael Tobias

12:30 p.m.. EDT – Kolbuszowa Region Research Group BOF

5:15 p.m. EDT - Ostrow Mazowiecka Research Group (OMRF) BOF

5:15 p.m. EDT – Lublin-Zamosc Area, Poland BOF


Hidden Treasures of the JRI-Poland Database – Robinn F. Magid

Silver Kiddush Cup – the Story of Everyday Life of Jewish Families in
Warsaw – Anna Wiernicka

Understanding Your Galitzianer Family Through Vital Records

More information about the Conference may be found at

Judy Baston, Secretary,
Jewish Records Indexing-Poland

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