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Shtetls of Belarus

Ida, Vileika uyezd, Vilna gubernia

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The All Belarus Database contains hundreds of thousands of entries. 

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Search the Jewish Encyclopedia website for articles about Ida.  This site contains the complete contents of the 12-volume Jewish Encyclopedia, which was originally published between 1901-1906.

The Routes to Roots Foundation Archive Database contains a comprehensive list of archival holdings for Belarus, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, and the Ukraine.  Use the link on the left to see if there are any records for Ida.
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The Yizkor Book Database lists where you can find memorial books for Ida.

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Links for the uyezd of Vileika

Click here for the Vileika research group

Links for the gubernia of Vilna

Click here for for more information on the Vilna uyezd of Vilna guberniya, currently all within Lithuania
Click here for Historical Background -- Administrative Divisions of Lithuania
Click here for the 1842 Creation of Kovno Guberniya Changed the Borders of the Vilna Guberniya and Grodno Guberniya.
Click here for the Jewish agricultural colonies in Western Russia, prior to 1904, by Lou Goldman

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