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Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #lithuania

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to help
Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history into the
school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue school
or a high school. The program will take place on the first day of the
conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The educators' program
requires a separate registration >from the regular conference;
attendees at the educators' sessions receive breakfast and lunch and,
for an extra fee, they can attend the keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival created
by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric Goldman. Other
highlights of the Seattle conference include the opening night keynote
address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the University of Washington
Sephardic Studies Program, and the banquet address by "legal
genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified Genealogist and Certified
Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous conferences, remote streaming of
selected programs will be available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at the
conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein to
IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click on
the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #lithuania

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to help
Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history into the
school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue school
or a high school. The program will take place on the first day of the
conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The educators' program
requires a separate registration >from the regular conference;
attendees at the educators' sessions receive breakfast and lunch and,
for an extra fee, they can attend the keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival created
by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric Goldman. Other
highlights of the Seattle conference include the opening night keynote
address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the University of Washington
Sephardic Studies Program, and the banquet address by "legal
genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified Genealogist and Certified
Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous conferences, remote streaming of
selected programs will be available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at the
conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein to
IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click on
the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org


Jewish Cemeteries in these towns and their conditions #lithuania

Michelle Sandler
 

Are there Jewish cemeteries in these towns and what are the
conditions of these cemeteries?

Panevezys Lithuania

Vilnius Lithuania

Michelle Sandler
Westminster, California


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Jewish Cemeteries in these towns and their conditions #lithuania

Michelle Sandler
 

Are there Jewish cemeteries in these towns and what are the
conditions of these cemeteries?

Panevezys Lithuania

Vilnius Lithuania

Michelle Sandler
Westminster, California


Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #poland

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to help
Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history into the
school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue school
or a high school. The program will take place on the first day of the
conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The educators' program
requires a separate registration >from the regular conference;
attendees at the educators' sessions receive breakfast and lunch and,
for an extra fee, they can attend the keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival created
by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric Goldman. Other
highlights of the Seattle conference include the opening night keynote
address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the University of Washington
Sephardic Studies Program, and the banquet address by "legal
genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified Genealogist and Certified
Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous conferences, remote streaming of
selected programs will be available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at the
conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein to
IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click on
the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org


JRI Poland #Poland Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #poland

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to help
Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history into the
school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue school
or a high school. The program will take place on the first day of the
conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The educators' program
requires a separate registration >from the regular conference;
attendees at the educators' sessions receive breakfast and lunch and,
for an extra fee, they can attend the keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival created
by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric Goldman. Other
highlights of the Seattle conference include the opening night keynote
address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the University of Washington
Sephardic Studies Program, and the banquet address by "legal
genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified Genealogist and Certified
Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous conferences, remote streaming of
selected programs will be available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at the
conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein to
IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click on
the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org


Are there Jewish Cemeteries in these Polish towns? #poland

Michelle Sandler
 

Are there Jewish cemeteries in these Polish towns? What are the
conditions of these cemeteries?

Radom Poland

Szydlowiec Poland

Bzin Poland

Przysucha Poland

Michelle Sandler
Westminster, California


JRI Poland #Poland Are there Jewish Cemeteries in these Polish towns? #poland

Michelle Sandler
 

Are there Jewish cemeteries in these Polish towns? What are the
conditions of these cemeteries?

Radom Poland

Szydlowiec Poland

Bzin Poland

Przysucha Poland

Michelle Sandler
Westminster, California


Rejected by Canada #general

COMCAST Pop
 

Many thanks to everyone who sent me information regarding my recent question
about my cousins who were rejected at the US Manitoba Canada border in 1931,
even though they were US citizens.

Apparently Canada had recently enacted regulation greatly restricting
immigration in response to the Great Depression. PC 695, the code on the
border crossing form, referred to Privy Council Order 1931-695, the number of
that law. The law excluded anyone >from entering Canada unless they were
1) British or US citizens who can sustain them selves until employed (My
cousin had only 3 dollars), 2) wife and minor children of Canadian resident,
or 4) Farmers with means to farm in Canada. Asians were excluded even if they
met those conditions.

The other codes cited on the form referred to Sub Section 3 of the law with
code SSJ for the head of household and SSU for dependants.

More details on this law are at:
http://www.pier21.ca/research/immigration-history/order-in-council-pc-1931-695-1931
[MOD. NOTE: shortened URL - http://goo.gl/6CeLN0 ]

Mary-Jane Roth
Alexandria, VA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rejected by Canada #general

COMCAST Pop
 

Many thanks to everyone who sent me information regarding my recent question
about my cousins who were rejected at the US Manitoba Canada border in 1931,
even though they were US citizens.

Apparently Canada had recently enacted regulation greatly restricting
immigration in response to the Great Depression. PC 695, the code on the
border crossing form, referred to Privy Council Order 1931-695, the number of
that law. The law excluded anyone >from entering Canada unless they were
1) British or US citizens who can sustain them selves until employed (My
cousin had only 3 dollars), 2) wife and minor children of Canadian resident,
or 4) Farmers with means to farm in Canada. Asians were excluded even if they
met those conditions.

The other codes cited on the form referred to Sub Section 3 of the law with
code SSJ for the head of household and SSU for dependants.

More details on this law are at:
http://www.pier21.ca/research/immigration-history/order-in-council-pc-1931-695-1931
[MOD. NOTE: shortened URL - http://goo.gl/6CeLN0 ]

Mary-Jane Roth
Alexandria, VA


Divorced in the U.S., but not married in the U.S. #general

Liz Hanellin
 

Hello Genners,

My great-grandparents came to the U.S. >from Grodno (Poland, Belarus, Russia,
depending when and who you ask....) in about 1910. They were already married
and had three kids. The eldest was 9 years old at the time, so the marriage
must have taken place in 1900 or so.

from what I understand >from family lore, and based on the census records I
have found, they divorced sometime after 1920 and before 1940 and my
g-grandmother remarried.

My g-grandparents' names were Rebecca and Philip SHAYNES (with various
alternative spellings for the last name -- Schanes, Shanis, Schaynes,
Scheines, etc.; and variations on the first names as well -- Becky, Beckie,
Riwke for her and Pesach, Pejsach, Pasih for him). Her maiden name was ELFMAN
and her second married name was POPKIN (second husband's first name unknown).

However, I haven't been able to find any records of the divorce or the
remarriage, other than a 1940 census record that lists her under her
remarried last name, living with her daughter and son-in-law (my grandparents)
and their kids, and showing her as already being a widow of the second marriage.

What I'd like to know is how a divorce would have worked at that time, given
that the original marriage did not take place here. Would there have only been
a Jewish/religious divorce ("get") and Jewish/religious remarriage with no
civil divorce or marriage (which would explain why I can't find any civil
documentation)? Could there have been no actual divorce or remarriage at all
-- civil or religious? Was there a "typical" way that these things happened
(albeit that divorce itself was not so typical)?

I also know that my g-grandmother is not buried next to either husband. I
haven't seen the gravestone yet, but when I phoned the cemetery, they told
me that her record lists her as "Bessie Schanes aka Popkin" [the death date
is correct, so I know it's her, plus her son's name is correctly listed in
the record, and he also signed her death certificate]. The burial society
is the Erste Independent Tarnopoler Ladies' Society (and she has a lady
buried on each side of her neither of whose names I recognize). Does anyone
have any information about this society that might be useful?

As always, kind thanks for any insights you might have.

Best,
Liz Hanellin
NYC
Also searching: FRANKENTHALER and SHUKET


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Divorced in the U.S., but not married in the U.S. #general

Liz Hanellin
 

Hello Genners,

My great-grandparents came to the U.S. >from Grodno (Poland, Belarus, Russia,
depending when and who you ask....) in about 1910. They were already married
and had three kids. The eldest was 9 years old at the time, so the marriage
must have taken place in 1900 or so.

from what I understand >from family lore, and based on the census records I
have found, they divorced sometime after 1920 and before 1940 and my
g-grandmother remarried.

My g-grandparents' names were Rebecca and Philip SHAYNES (with various
alternative spellings for the last name -- Schanes, Shanis, Schaynes,
Scheines, etc.; and variations on the first names as well -- Becky, Beckie,
Riwke for her and Pesach, Pejsach, Pasih for him). Her maiden name was ELFMAN
and her second married name was POPKIN (second husband's first name unknown).

However, I haven't been able to find any records of the divorce or the
remarriage, other than a 1940 census record that lists her under her
remarried last name, living with her daughter and son-in-law (my grandparents)
and their kids, and showing her as already being a widow of the second marriage.

What I'd like to know is how a divorce would have worked at that time, given
that the original marriage did not take place here. Would there have only been
a Jewish/religious divorce ("get") and Jewish/religious remarriage with no
civil divorce or marriage (which would explain why I can't find any civil
documentation)? Could there have been no actual divorce or remarriage at all
-- civil or religious? Was there a "typical" way that these things happened
(albeit that divorce itself was not so typical)?

I also know that my g-grandmother is not buried next to either husband. I
haven't seen the gravestone yet, but when I phoned the cemetery, they told
me that her record lists her as "Bessie Schanes aka Popkin" [the death date
is correct, so I know it's her, plus her son's name is correctly listed in
the record, and he also signed her death certificate]. The burial society
is the Erste Independent Tarnopoler Ladies' Society (and she has a lady
buried on each side of her neither of whose names I recognize). Does anyone
have any information about this society that might be useful?

As always, kind thanks for any insights you might have.

Best,
Liz Hanellin
NYC
Also searching: FRANKENTHALER and SHUKET


Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #hungary

bounce-3117839-772961@...
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to help
Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history into the
school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue school
or a high school. The program will take place on the first day of the
conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The educators' program
requires a separate registration >from the regular conference;
attendees at the educators' sessions receive breakfast and lunch and,
for an extra fee, they can attend the keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival created
by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric Goldman. Other
highlights of the Seattle conference include the opening night keynote
address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the University of Washington
Sephardic Studies Program, and the banquet address by "legal
genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified Genealogist and Certified
Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous conferences, remote streaming of
selected programs will be available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at the
conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein to
IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click on
the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org


Hungary SIG #Hungary Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #hungary

bounce-3117839-772961@...
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to help
Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history into the
school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue school
or a high school. The program will take place on the first day of the
conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The educators' program
requires a separate registration >from the regular conference;
attendees at the educators' sessions receive breakfast and lunch and,
for an extra fee, they can attend the keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival created
by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric Goldman. Other
highlights of the Seattle conference include the opening night keynote
address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the University of Washington
Sephardic Studies Program, and the banquet address by "legal
genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified Genealogist and Certified
Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous conferences, remote streaming of
selected programs will be available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at the
conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein to
IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click on
the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org


IAJGS Conference Seattle 2016! #romania

Rosanne Leeson
 

Dear fellow Rom-SIGgers,

The time is drawing closer for making arrangements for this summer's
IAJGS Conference in Seattle WA. Barbara Hershey, our Research
Coordinator, and I have been discussing our plans for the Rom-SIG at
this event. We would very much wish to hear >from those of you who are
planning to attend so that we can also plan ahead.

We have already requested a table for the SHARE Fair, on Sunday August
7, as well as time for our SIG meeting, though that latter time has not
yet been confirmed by the Committee. We have learned of at least one
speaker who will give a session on the Sephardim in Romania.

There are many serious matters for discussion at our meeting to get us
up to speed once again, which we will put forth in our next message to
the List. But please do let us hear >from you as to your current plans
now!

Rosanne Leeson rdleeson@...
Coordinator
Barbara Hershey barbara.hershey@...
Research coordinator
Rom-SIG


Romania SIG #Romania IAJGS Conference Seattle 2016! #romania

Rosanne Leeson
 

Dear fellow Rom-SIGgers,

The time is drawing closer for making arrangements for this summer's
IAJGS Conference in Seattle WA. Barbara Hershey, our Research
Coordinator, and I have been discussing our plans for the Rom-SIG at
this event. We would very much wish to hear >from those of you who are
planning to attend so that we can also plan ahead.

We have already requested a table for the SHARE Fair, on Sunday August
7, as well as time for our SIG meeting, though that latter time has not
yet been confirmed by the Committee. We have learned of at least one
speaker who will give a session on the Sephardim in Romania.

There are many serious matters for discussion at our meeting to get us
up to speed once again, which we will put forth in our next message to
the List. But please do let us hear >from you as to your current plans
now!

Rosanne Leeson rdleeson@...
Coordinator
Barbara Hershey barbara.hershey@...
Research coordinator
Rom-SIG


Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #general

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to help
Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history into the
school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue school
or a high school. The program will take place on the first day of the
conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The educators' program
requires a separate registration >from the regular conference;
attendees at the educators' sessions receive breakfast and lunch and,
for an extra fee, they can attend the keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival created
by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric Goldman. Other
highlights of the Seattle conference include the opening night keynote
address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the University of Washington
Sephardic Studies Program, and the banquet address by "legal
genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified Genealogist and Certified
Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous conferences, remote streaming of
selected programs will be available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at the
conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein to
IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click on
the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #general

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to help
Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history into the
school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue school
or a high school. The program will take place on the first day of the
conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The educators' program
requires a separate registration >from the regular conference;
attendees at the educators' sessions receive breakfast and lunch and,
for an extra fee, they can attend the keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival created
by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric Goldman. Other
highlights of the Seattle conference include the opening night keynote
address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the University of Washington
Sephardic Studies Program, and the banquet address by "legal
genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified Genealogist and Certified
Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous conferences, remote streaming of
selected programs will be available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at the
conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein to
IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click on
the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org


Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #galicia

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to
help Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history
into the school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue
school or a high school. The program will take place on the first
day of the conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The
educators' program requires a separate registration >from the
regular conference; attendees at the educators' sessions receive
breakfast and lunch and, for an extra fee, they can attend the
keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival
created by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric
Goldman. Other highlights of the Seattle conference include the
opening night keynote address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the
University of Washington Sephardic Studies Program, and the
banquet address by "legal genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified
Genealogist and Certified Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous
conferences, remote streaming of selected programs will be
available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at
the conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein
to IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click
on the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #galicia

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to
help Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history
into the school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue
school or a high school. The program will take place on the first
day of the conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The
educators' program requires a separate registration >from the
regular conference; attendees at the educators' sessions receive
breakfast and lunch and, for an extra fee, they can attend the
keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival
created by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric
Goldman. Other highlights of the Seattle conference include the
opening night keynote address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the
University of Washington Sephardic Studies Program, and the
banquet address by "legal genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified
Genealogist and Certified Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous
conferences, remote streaming of selected programs will be
available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at
the conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein
to IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click
on the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org

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