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Black Bread Disease #general

Rose Blitzstein Elbaum
 

My mother told me that the first wife of a cousin of
hers died after eating hot bread, which caused her to
have serious stomach problems. Could this have
actually been caused by ergot?

Rose Elbaum
Potomac, MD


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Black Bread Disease #general

Rose Blitzstein Elbaum
 

My mother told me that the first wife of a cousin of
hers died after eating hot bread, which caused her to
have serious stomach problems. Could this have
actually been caused by ergot?

Rose Elbaum
Potomac, MD


Haeck, Germany #germany

sandra <rodsandra@...>
 

Has anyone heard of a town, in ancient past, 1700s, probably, named: Haeck -
in Germany? I was told that sometimes these old old towns vanish, in name,
because they were typically named informally for a family, family name, in the
village/town. Thank you kindly for any history or information.

Sandra Nathan-Moody rodsandra@...


German SIG #Germany Haeck, Germany #germany

sandra <rodsandra@...>
 

Has anyone heard of a town, in ancient past, 1700s, probably, named: Haeck -
in Germany? I was told that sometimes these old old towns vanish, in name,
because they were typically named informally for a family, family name, in the
village/town. Thank you kindly for any history or information.

Sandra Nathan-Moody rodsandra@...


Re: Marrying your brother's widow #general

Robert Israel <israel@...>
 

In article <6.2.1.2.0.20051006191056.01ed48e0@...>,
Bert Lazerow <lazer@...> wrote:

The custom of marrying the widow of your brother who had
not produced a child was alive and well in Nezhin Ukraine (a town
under significant Lubovicher influence) through World War I. These
marriages do not appear specifically noted in the marriage records,
but they are specified in the divorce records when the parties part.
I find this very hard to believe. Lubavitchers followed, and still
follow, the universal Ashkenazi custom as codified by the Ramah on
Even Ha'ezer 165:1, to always require chalitza instead of levirate
marriage. Perhaps what you see in the divorce records is a record
of the chalitza ceremony.

Robert Israel
israel@...
Vancouver, BC, Canada


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Marrying your brother's widow #general

Robert Israel <israel@...>
 

In article <6.2.1.2.0.20051006191056.01ed48e0@...>,
Bert Lazerow <lazer@...> wrote:

The custom of marrying the widow of your brother who had
not produced a child was alive and well in Nezhin Ukraine (a town
under significant Lubovicher influence) through World War I. These
marriages do not appear specifically noted in the marriage records,
but they are specified in the divorce records when the parties part.
I find this very hard to believe. Lubavitchers followed, and still
follow, the universal Ashkenazi custom as codified by the Ramah on
Even Ha'ezer 165:1, to always require chalitza instead of levirate
marriage. Perhaps what you see in the divorce records is a record
of the chalitza ceremony.

Robert Israel
israel@...
Vancouver, BC, Canada


Re: Black Bread Disease ? What is this? #general

Peter Zavon <pzavon@...>
 

The referenced web site is a trying to sell you a product and contains a
misleading mixture of valid observations and radical misstatements about the
hazards of molds. There is, however, no mention of "Black Bread Mold" only
a misleading mention of "Black Mold" which is quite a different thing.

Peter Zavon
Penfield, NY


news:11k8k11839lvnb9m86b30kaoq2d7r1po9u@......
My Grandfathe >from Russia / Polandr is alleged to have died from
"Black Bread Disease". It is apparently a Europeon term. Anyone have
any idea as to what this is?

I am not a physician and I have not heard of the disease and there is no
reference to such on Google (which I assume that you had already checked).
But I have found this reference to "Black bread mould" (mold, US).

http://www.the7thfire.com/EarthWright/Lechenya_Meera/hazards_of_molds_and_mildew.htm


IAJGS 2006 Conference mailing list now active #lithuania

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

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New Holocaust Databases #lithuania

Joyce Field
 

I have been asked by Warren Blatt to post the following important
message on his behalf regarding new databases.

JewishGen is pleased to announce the addition of 37,000 new records
to the JewishGen Holocaust Database <
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust >.

There are 13 new datasets, and two updated datasets. The 13 new datasets are:

* "Lodz Transports to the Chelmno Extermination Camp":
Names of 7,168 individuals >from Lodz who were transferred to the
death camp at Chelmno, June-August 1944.

* "Gyor Victims at Auschwitz":
Names of over 3,000 victims >from Gyor, Hungary, deported to
Auschwitz, made by a Jewish communal organization.

* "Jewish Physicians >from Czechoslovakia":
Names of 1,668 Czechoslovakian physicians who died during the
Holocaust, >from an unpublished yizkor book manuscript.

* "Hannover-Ahlem Prisoners":
Names of 257 prisoners, mostly Polish Jews, who perished in a subcamp
of Neuengamme, located in Ahlem/Hannover.

* "Jews of Des (Dej) in the Ghettoization of May, 1944":
List of 3,250 Jewish residents in Des, Hungary (now Dej, Romania),
just prior to their deportation, May 3-10, 1944.

* "Kisvarda, Hungary - Records Before Deportation, 1944":
3,516 residents >from Kisvarda (Kleinwardein), Hungary ghetto prior to
their deportation, April 10-13, 1944.

* "Jews >from Iasi (Jassy) Who Survived the Transports":
List of over 1,600 Jews who survived two transports by train >from
Iasi (Jassy) Romania.

* "Kozienice Ghetto Census (Lista), 1939 - 1942":
4,023 inhabitants >from the census of Jews in the Kozienice ghetto,
made by the Jewish Council of Kozienice.

* "Holocaust Survivors Claiming American Citizenship":
Applications of 621 individuals claiming American citizenship,
processed in Zurich by the U.S. State Department.

* "Subotica Jews, Victims of the Fascist Occupation, 1941-45":
1,993 names of victims >from Subotica, now in Serbia (formerly
Szabadka, Hungary, before WWI).

* "Balta Ghetto":
2,817 Jews >from the Balta Ghetto, Transnistria, as of 1941.

* "Balta Orphans":
List of 220 orphaned children in the Balta Ghetto.

* "Balta Batallion":
List of 507 Jewish men in Batallion 120 - Romanian forced laborers in
Transnitria, 1941-1944.


We've also updated the following two datasets:

* Dachau Indexing Project:
Over 7,000 records added, for a total of over 135,000 records.

* North Bavarian Jews:
1,200 records added; now over 7,400 records total.


Thanks to all the volunteers who have made these possible, especially
project coordinators Nolan Altman and Mike Kalt.


The JewishGen Holocaust Database is a collection of nearly 100
different datasets, containing over one million entries about
Holocaust victims and survivors.

This database can be searched at <
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust >.


Warren Blatt
JewishGen Editor-in-Chief
<wblatt@...>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Black Bread Disease ? What is this? #general

Peter Zavon <pzavon@...>
 

The referenced web site is a trying to sell you a product and contains a
misleading mixture of valid observations and radical misstatements about the
hazards of molds. There is, however, no mention of "Black Bread Mold" only
a misleading mention of "Black Mold" which is quite a different thing.

Peter Zavon
Penfield, NY


news:11k8k11839lvnb9m86b30kaoq2d7r1po9u@......
My Grandfathe >from Russia / Polandr is alleged to have died from
"Black Bread Disease". It is apparently a Europeon term. Anyone have
any idea as to what this is?

I am not a physician and I have not heard of the disease and there is no
reference to such on Google (which I assume that you had already checked).
But I have found this reference to "Black bread mould" (mold, US).

http://www.the7thfire.com/EarthWright/Lechenya_Meera/hazards_of_molds_and_mildew.htm


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania IAJGS 2006 Conference mailing list now active #lithuania

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

For researchers interested in asking (or answering) questions about the
scheduled IAJGS Conference to be held in New York City in August 2006,
JewishGen is providing a conference mailing list.

To subscribe please visit http://lyris.jewishgen.org/Listmanager It is
no longer possible to subscribe to JewishGen mailing lists via e-mail. If
you need help write to support@... stating the specific problem
and someone at that desk will try to assist you.

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JewishGen Special Projects

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scroll down to the section headed "JewishGen Hosted Projects, and
click on "New York 2006 Conference".


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania New Holocaust Databases #lithuania

Joyce Field
 

I have been asked by Warren Blatt to post the following important
message on his behalf regarding new databases.

JewishGen is pleased to announce the addition of 37,000 new records
to the JewishGen Holocaust Database <
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust >.

There are 13 new datasets, and two updated datasets. The 13 new datasets are:

* "Lodz Transports to the Chelmno Extermination Camp":
Names of 7,168 individuals >from Lodz who were transferred to the
death camp at Chelmno, June-August 1944.

* "Gyor Victims at Auschwitz":
Names of over 3,000 victims >from Gyor, Hungary, deported to
Auschwitz, made by a Jewish communal organization.

* "Jewish Physicians >from Czechoslovakia":
Names of 1,668 Czechoslovakian physicians who died during the
Holocaust, >from an unpublished yizkor book manuscript.

* "Hannover-Ahlem Prisoners":
Names of 257 prisoners, mostly Polish Jews, who perished in a subcamp
of Neuengamme, located in Ahlem/Hannover.

* "Jews of Des (Dej) in the Ghettoization of May, 1944":
List of 3,250 Jewish residents in Des, Hungary (now Dej, Romania),
just prior to their deportation, May 3-10, 1944.

* "Kisvarda, Hungary - Records Before Deportation, 1944":
3,516 residents >from Kisvarda (Kleinwardein), Hungary ghetto prior to
their deportation, April 10-13, 1944.

* "Jews >from Iasi (Jassy) Who Survived the Transports":
List of over 1,600 Jews who survived two transports by train >from
Iasi (Jassy) Romania.

* "Kozienice Ghetto Census (Lista), 1939 - 1942":
4,023 inhabitants >from the census of Jews in the Kozienice ghetto,
made by the Jewish Council of Kozienice.

* "Holocaust Survivors Claiming American Citizenship":
Applications of 621 individuals claiming American citizenship,
processed in Zurich by the U.S. State Department.

* "Subotica Jews, Victims of the Fascist Occupation, 1941-45":
1,993 names of victims >from Subotica, now in Serbia (formerly
Szabadka, Hungary, before WWI).

* "Balta Ghetto":
2,817 Jews >from the Balta Ghetto, Transnistria, as of 1941.

* "Balta Orphans":
List of 220 orphaned children in the Balta Ghetto.

* "Balta Batallion":
List of 507 Jewish men in Batallion 120 - Romanian forced laborers in
Transnitria, 1941-1944.


We've also updated the following two datasets:

* Dachau Indexing Project:
Over 7,000 records added, for a total of over 135,000 records.

* North Bavarian Jews:
1,200 records added; now over 7,400 records total.


Thanks to all the volunteers who have made these possible, especially
project coordinators Nolan Altman and Mike Kalt.


The JewishGen Holocaust Database is a collection of nearly 100
different datasets, containing over one million entries about
Holocaust victims and survivors.

This database can be searched at <
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust >.


Warren Blatt
JewishGen Editor-in-Chief
<wblatt@...>


Litvaks from "Belarus" #lithuania

Irene Newhouse <einew@...>
 

"Belarus" is a recent concept. In the Russian Empire, which means up to
1917, what is now Belarus was divided up into several different guberniya -
the Russian equivalent of a state in the US or a province in other
countries.

In the period after WWI & before WWII, what is now Belarus was divided
between Poland [west] & The USSR [east].

Before that, there was a shifting history of rule by one empire or another.
In these fought-over regions, your "official" ethnicity & the languages
which you admitted speaking were political statements as much as anything
else.

My father's cousin was born in Lida, now in Belarus, in 1907. She grew up
in Warsaw after WWI. On her immigration documents, she called herself a
Pole. The logcial choice would have been Russian, in that Lida was in the
Russian Empire at the time of her birth. However, she detested the Russian
government even more than that of Poland, so she called herself a Pole.

My father grew up in what is now Sovetsk, >from the age of 2, having been
born in Vilnius. He left Sovetsk, then Tilsit, East Prussia, Germany, for
Berlin after WWI ended. He always considered himself a German & German is
the language he spoke best, although he recalled his mother telling him
Russian fairy tales in Russian. Just before the 1936 Olympics, he left
Berlin for Prague, where he had a hard time making himself understood in a
combination of German, Russian & a Czech-German dictionary. He was stunned
when, in 1938, right after the Germans took over, people who had always
acted as if they'd never even heard of German were, overnight, speaking
perfect German! It so unnerved him, he hid on trains, crossing Germany
illegally, was caught near the Dutch border & sent to Dachau.

Finally, I have read in some places on the web that the 1897 Revision List
from areas now in Belarus was more accurate than Polish censuses in the 20s
& 30s because the Poles "deliberately" inflated the numbers of ethnic Poles
in the region. First, I see no reason not to accuse the Russian Empire of
deliberately under-representing the numbers of ethnic Poles in the region,
because they wanted to convince the world it's a Russian area. Each regime
would have had pretty much equal motivation. But actually, I would not at
all be suprised if multi-lingual people, who are very common in such
regions, chose to shift their "official" ethnicity >from Russian to Polish
when the regime changed. There are SO many perks associated with belonging
to the dominant group!!

I am therefore not at all surprised to hear stories of ancestors whose
ethnic affiliation doesn't match current gegraphical & politicall reality.
First, the current geographical & political reality in these regions is
recent & 2nd, such affiliations seem to have been more a state of mind,
partly influenced by pragmatism.

Irene Newhouse
Kihei HI


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Litvaks from "Belarus" #lithuania

Irene Newhouse <einew@...>
 

"Belarus" is a recent concept. In the Russian Empire, which means up to
1917, what is now Belarus was divided up into several different guberniya -
the Russian equivalent of a state in the US or a province in other
countries.

In the period after WWI & before WWII, what is now Belarus was divided
between Poland [west] & The USSR [east].

Before that, there was a shifting history of rule by one empire or another.
In these fought-over regions, your "official" ethnicity & the languages
which you admitted speaking were political statements as much as anything
else.

My father's cousin was born in Lida, now in Belarus, in 1907. She grew up
in Warsaw after WWI. On her immigration documents, she called herself a
Pole. The logcial choice would have been Russian, in that Lida was in the
Russian Empire at the time of her birth. However, she detested the Russian
government even more than that of Poland, so she called herself a Pole.

My father grew up in what is now Sovetsk, >from the age of 2, having been
born in Vilnius. He left Sovetsk, then Tilsit, East Prussia, Germany, for
Berlin after WWI ended. He always considered himself a German & German is
the language he spoke best, although he recalled his mother telling him
Russian fairy tales in Russian. Just before the 1936 Olympics, he left
Berlin for Prague, where he had a hard time making himself understood in a
combination of German, Russian & a Czech-German dictionary. He was stunned
when, in 1938, right after the Germans took over, people who had always
acted as if they'd never even heard of German were, overnight, speaking
perfect German! It so unnerved him, he hid on trains, crossing Germany
illegally, was caught near the Dutch border & sent to Dachau.

Finally, I have read in some places on the web that the 1897 Revision List
from areas now in Belarus was more accurate than Polish censuses in the 20s
& 30s because the Poles "deliberately" inflated the numbers of ethnic Poles
in the region. First, I see no reason not to accuse the Russian Empire of
deliberately under-representing the numbers of ethnic Poles in the region,
because they wanted to convince the world it's a Russian area. Each regime
would have had pretty much equal motivation. But actually, I would not at
all be suprised if multi-lingual people, who are very common in such
regions, chose to shift their "official" ethnicity >from Russian to Polish
when the regime changed. There are SO many perks associated with belonging
to the dominant group!!

I am therefore not at all surprised to hear stories of ancestors whose
ethnic affiliation doesn't match current gegraphical & politicall reality.
First, the current geographical & political reality in these regions is
recent & 2nd, such affiliations seem to have been more a state of mind,
partly influenced by pragmatism.

Irene Newhouse
Kihei HI


ROSENBERG/PERRIN/SOBEL #poland

JUSTICEOFP
 

I am trying to locate an Abraham PERRIN, Hannah Leah SOBEL, Ely, Sadie,
Robert, and Mildred ROSENBERG.

My grandmother, Gittel ROSENBERG WINKLEMAN, of the Suwalki/Jelenieow,
Poland area had at least two brothers. One was Harry ROSENBERG who may
have settled in Chicago. The other was Morris ROSENBERG who had four
children-Ely, Robert, Sadie, and Mildred. The children may have settled
in New York.

One cousin, Abraham PERRIN, lived and worked in New York. I have a
1920s picture of Abe PERRIN with my father.

Another cousin, Hannah Leah SOBEL, lived in California in the 1920s.
Please respond to Jack Winkleman
Wallingford, CT
justiceofp@...

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Make sure you register these names and towns with
the JewishGen Family Finder at www.jewishgen.org/jgff. If anyone has
family information in response to this query, please respond privately.


New Holocaust Databases #poland

Joyce Field
 

I have been asked by Warren Blatt to post the following important
message on his behalf regarding new databases.

JewishGen is pleased to announce the addition of 37,000 new records
to the JewishGen Holocaust Database <
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust >.

There are 13 new datasets, and two updated datasets. The 13 new datasets are:

* "Lodz Transports to the Chelmno Extermination Camp":
Names of 7,168 individuals >from Lodz who were transferred to the
death camp at Chelmno, June-August 1944.

* "Gyor Victims at Auschwitz":
Names of over 3,000 victims >from Gyor, Hungary, deported to
Auschwitz, made by a Jewish communal organization.

* "Jewish Physicians >from Czechoslovakia":
Names of 1,668 Czechoslovakian physicians who died during the
Holocaust, >from an unpublished yizkor book manuscript.

* "Hannover-Ahlem Prisoners":
Names of 257 prisoners, mostly Polish Jews, who perished in a subcamp
of Neuengamme, located in Ahlem/Hannover.

* "Jews of Des (Dej) in the Ghettoization of May, 1944":
List of 3,250 Jewish residents in Des, Hungary (now Dej, Romania),
just prior to their deportation, May 3-10, 1944.

* "Kisvarda, Hungary - Records Before Deportation, 1944":
3,516 residents >from Kisvarda (Kleinwardein), Hungary ghetto prior to
their deportation, April 10-13, 1944.

* "Jews >from Iasi (Jassy) Who Survived the Transports":
List of over 1,600 Jews who survived two transports by train >from
Iasi (Jassy) Romania.

* "Kozienice Ghetto Census (Lista), 1939 - 1942":
4,023 inhabitants >from the census of Jews in the Kozienice ghetto,
made by the Jewish Council of Kozienice.

* "Holocaust Survivors Claiming American Citizenship":
Applications of 621 individuals claiming American citizenship,
processed in Zurich by the U.S. State Department.

* "Subotica Jews, Victims of the Fascist Occupation, 1941-45":
1,993 names of victims >from Subotica, now in Serbia (formerly
Szabadka, Hungary, before WWI).

* "Balta Ghetto":
2,817 Jews >from the Balta Ghetto, Transnistria, as of 1941.

* "Balta Orphans":
List of 220 orphaned children in the Balta Ghetto.

* "Balta Batallion":
List of 507 Jewish men in Batallion 120 - Romanian forced laborers in
Transnitria, 1941-1944.


We've also updated the following two datasets:

* Dachau Indexing Project:
Over 7,000 records added, for a total of over 135,000 records.

* North Bavarian Jews:
1,200 records added; now over 7,400 records total.


Thanks to all the volunteers who have made these possible, especially
project coordinators Nolan Altman and Mike Kalt.


The JewishGen Holocaust Database is a collection of nearly 100
different datasets, containing over one million entries about
Holocaust victims and survivors.

This database can be searched at <
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust >.


Warren Blatt
JewishGen Editor-in-Chief
<wblatt@...>


JRI Poland #Poland ROSENBERG/PERRIN/SOBEL #poland

JUSTICEOFP
 

I am trying to locate an Abraham PERRIN, Hannah Leah SOBEL, Ely, Sadie,
Robert, and Mildred ROSENBERG.

My grandmother, Gittel ROSENBERG WINKLEMAN, of the Suwalki/Jelenieow,
Poland area had at least two brothers. One was Harry ROSENBERG who may
have settled in Chicago. The other was Morris ROSENBERG who had four
children-Ely, Robert, Sadie, and Mildred. The children may have settled
in New York.

One cousin, Abraham PERRIN, lived and worked in New York. I have a
1920s picture of Abe PERRIN with my father.

Another cousin, Hannah Leah SOBEL, lived in California in the 1920s.
Please respond to Jack Winkleman
Wallingford, CT
justiceofp@...

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Make sure you register these names and towns with
the JewishGen Family Finder at www.jewishgen.org/jgff. If anyone has
family information in response to this query, please respond privately.


JRI Poland #Poland New Holocaust Databases #poland

Joyce Field
 

I have been asked by Warren Blatt to post the following important
message on his behalf regarding new databases.

JewishGen is pleased to announce the addition of 37,000 new records
to the JewishGen Holocaust Database <
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust >.

There are 13 new datasets, and two updated datasets. The 13 new datasets are:

* "Lodz Transports to the Chelmno Extermination Camp":
Names of 7,168 individuals >from Lodz who were transferred to the
death camp at Chelmno, June-August 1944.

* "Gyor Victims at Auschwitz":
Names of over 3,000 victims >from Gyor, Hungary, deported to
Auschwitz, made by a Jewish communal organization.

* "Jewish Physicians >from Czechoslovakia":
Names of 1,668 Czechoslovakian physicians who died during the
Holocaust, >from an unpublished yizkor book manuscript.

* "Hannover-Ahlem Prisoners":
Names of 257 prisoners, mostly Polish Jews, who perished in a subcamp
of Neuengamme, located in Ahlem/Hannover.

* "Jews of Des (Dej) in the Ghettoization of May, 1944":
List of 3,250 Jewish residents in Des, Hungary (now Dej, Romania),
just prior to their deportation, May 3-10, 1944.

* "Kisvarda, Hungary - Records Before Deportation, 1944":
3,516 residents >from Kisvarda (Kleinwardein), Hungary ghetto prior to
their deportation, April 10-13, 1944.

* "Jews >from Iasi (Jassy) Who Survived the Transports":
List of over 1,600 Jews who survived two transports by train >from
Iasi (Jassy) Romania.

* "Kozienice Ghetto Census (Lista), 1939 - 1942":
4,023 inhabitants >from the census of Jews in the Kozienice ghetto,
made by the Jewish Council of Kozienice.

* "Holocaust Survivors Claiming American Citizenship":
Applications of 621 individuals claiming American citizenship,
processed in Zurich by the U.S. State Department.

* "Subotica Jews, Victims of the Fascist Occupation, 1941-45":
1,993 names of victims >from Subotica, now in Serbia (formerly
Szabadka, Hungary, before WWI).

* "Balta Ghetto":
2,817 Jews >from the Balta Ghetto, Transnistria, as of 1941.

* "Balta Orphans":
List of 220 orphaned children in the Balta Ghetto.

* "Balta Batallion":
List of 507 Jewish men in Batallion 120 - Romanian forced laborers in
Transnitria, 1941-1944.


We've also updated the following two datasets:

* Dachau Indexing Project:
Over 7,000 records added, for a total of over 135,000 records.

* North Bavarian Jews:
1,200 records added; now over 7,400 records total.


Thanks to all the volunteers who have made these possible, especially
project coordinators Nolan Altman and Mike Kalt.


The JewishGen Holocaust Database is a collection of nearly 100
different datasets, containing over one million entries about
Holocaust victims and survivors.

This database can be searched at <
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust >.


Warren Blatt
JewishGen Editor-in-Chief
<wblatt@...>


IAJGS 2006 Conference mailing list now active #poland

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

For researchers interested in asking (or answering) questions about the
scheduled IAJGS Conference to be held in New York City in August 2006,
JewishGen is providing a conference mailing list.

To subscribe please visit http://lyris.jewishgen.org/Listmanager It is
no longer possible to subscribe to JewishGen mailing lists via e-mail. If
you need help write to support@... stating the specific problem
and someone at that desk will try to assist you.

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects

MODERATOR'S NOTE: On the page that lists various discussion groups,
scroll down to the section headed "JewishGen Hosted Projects, and
click on "New York 2006 Conference".


JRI Poland #Poland IAJGS 2006 Conference mailing list now active #poland

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

For researchers interested in asking (or answering) questions about the
scheduled IAJGS Conference to be held in New York City in August 2006,
JewishGen is providing a conference mailing list.

To subscribe please visit http://lyris.jewishgen.org/Listmanager It is
no longer possible to subscribe to JewishGen mailing lists via e-mail. If
you need help write to support@... stating the specific problem
and someone at that desk will try to assist you.

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects

MODERATOR'S NOTE: On the page that lists various discussion groups,
scroll down to the section headed "JewishGen Hosted Projects, and
click on "New York 2006 Conference".