Monthly Archives: August 2011

At IAJGS is there a woman’s perspective on genealogy?

Since I blog for the Jewish Women’s Archive, I thought that a post about women’s perspectives on genealogy would be a no-brainer.Then I started looking deeper into the question. I was surprised at what I found. First, I found a … Continue reading

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IAJGS Getting a lot better!

Having a great time with folks who think roots are important! The International Society of Jewish Genealogists are a worldwide organization that is entirely run by volunteers. This is very different from the Federation, where the machers order the employees … Continue reading

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I missed the food

My Inauspicious Beginnings at the IAJGS Conference When I heard that Rabbi Shmuley Boteach was going to be a guest lecturer at the 31st Annual IAJGS (International Association of Jewish Geneaological Societies) conference in DC I was very excited.I do … Continue reading

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