JULY 2, 2002

 

      Julian Falk Genealogy Library

Jewish Community Center, Room 202
 
Inventory: Arranged In Alphabetical Order By Title

 

 

      Allegheny County Pennsylvania Cemeteries. Volumes 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13. Sharon Kraynor

      American Passenger Arrival Records. Michael Tepper

      Amdursky Family (Russia). Includes Amdur Family Address Book

      Ancestors of Our Children and Cousins, too. Maynard Abrams

      Ancestrys Guide to Research. 1985. Cerny and Eakle

      Beit Rabbinical Sources of Rabbinical Genealogy 2001

      Bibliography of Books on Jewish Local History and Their Subjects of Use to Genealogists. 1981.

      Janice Regenstein.

      Catalogue of Resource Materials. 1993.

      Catalogue of Revolutionary Land Files and War Service Records

      Central European Genealogical Terminology. Jared H. Suess

      Conducting Research in FBI Records (FBI 8th edition)

      Contents and Addresses of Hungarian Archives. Edward Reimer Brandt

      Create a Jewish Genealogy Society in Your Hometown: A Manual for Founders. Carol Davidson Baird

      Claper. Alicia Freilich. (fiction

      Dear Diary: Art and Craft of Writing A Creative Journal. Joan R. Neubauer

      Dictionary of Surnames. 1990. Hanks/Hodges

      Ellis Island: Gateway to America. Loretto Dennis Szucs. two copies

      Embers Plucked from the Fire: The Rescue of Jewish Cultural Treasures in Vilna. David E. Fishman

      Emigranten Adressbuch: Shanghai. November 19?

      Federal Population Census : 1790-1890 two copies )

      Federal Population Census: 1900 two copies ) microfilm 5

      Federal Population Census 1910 )

      Finding Our Fathers: Guidebook to Jewish Genealogy. Dan Rottenberg

      Finding Our New Family in the Old World Bernard D. Newman/Marilyn Newman

      Finding Your Jewish Roots in Galicia: A Resource Guide. Suzon F. Wynne

      From A Ruined Garden: The Memorial Books of Polish Jewry

Jack Kugelmass/Jonathan Boyarin, editors

      From Generation to Generation: How to Trace Your Personal History. Arthur Kurzweil

      From Memories to Manuscript: Five-step Method of Writing Your Life Story.

Jean R. Neubauer

      Genealogy and Biographical Research: A Select Category of National Archives Microfilm Publication

      Genealogical Research in the National Archives. 1982.

      Genealogical Research Directory. 1989. Keith Johnson and Malcolm Sainty

      Genealogical Research: Methods and Sources,Vol III

      Genealogical Resources in the New York Metropolitan Area. Estelle M. Guzik

      Genealogies Cataloged by the Library of Congress since 1986

      Genealogy Project. Jewish Genealogical Society, Toronto

      German Casualties of the Seven Weeks War (1866) and the Franco-Prussian War (1872-1871).

Maralyn A. Wellnauer

      Germanic Genealogy: Guide to Worldwide Sources and Migration Patterns.

Published by Germanic Genealogy Society. two copies

      German Immigration to America in the 19th Century: A Genealogists Guide.

      Maralyn A. Wellnauer

      German-Jewish History in Modern Times. Vol. I, II, III, IV.

Michael A. Meyer, editor

      German Minority Census of 1939. Thomas Edlund

      German Repository: Addresses Updated 1993

      German Towns in Slovakia and Upper Hungary. Dundan B. Gardiner

      Getting Started in Jewish Genealogy. Gary Mokotoff and Warren Blatt

      Guide to Jewish Archives, 1981.

      Guide to Jewish Genealogical Research in Israel. Sallyann Sack

      Guide to Jewish Genealogy for Teenagers and Young Adults: Jewish Youth Project.

      Guide to U.S, & Canadian City Directories & Social Registers at New York Public Library.

Nancy J. Deutsh-Sinderbrand

      Guide to Using Hamburg Passenger Lists

      Handy Guide to Austrian Genealogical Records.. Dagmar Senekovic

      Handy Guide to Hungarian Genealogy Records. Jared H. Suess two copies

      History of the Jews in New Mexico, The. Henry J. Tobias

      How and Where to Research Your Ethnic-American Cultural Heritage: Jewish Americans. Robert D. Reed

      How to Document Victims and Locate Survivors of the Holocaust. Gary Mokotoff

      How to Locate Anyone Who Has Been in the Military. 1991. Lt. Col. Richard Johnson

      How to Tape Instant Oral Biographies. William Zimmerman.

      Immigration Handbook. Henry G. Liebman

      International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies : Conference Syllabuses

      The Israelis. Harry Golden (is this fiction?). J

      Jewish Gauchos of the Pampas. Albert Gerchunoff

      Jewish Hometown Association and Family Circles in New York: WPA Yiddish Writers Group Study. Hannah Kliger

      Jewish Immigrant in England 1870-1914. Lloyd Gartner

      Jews of Moslem Spain. Vol. 2 and 3. Eliyahu Ashtor

      Jewish Roots in Ukraine and Moldova. Miriam Wiener. (two copies

      Jewish Sights of Bohemia and Moravia. Jiri Fiedler

      Jews of Germany: A Story of Sixteen Centuries. Maurice Lowenthal

      Latter Day Leaders, Sages and Scholars: Bibliographical Index.

Emanuel Rosenstein/Neil Rosenstein

      Library Resources for German-Jewish Genealogy. Angelika Ellman-Kruger

      Library, The Guide to the LDS Family History Library. John Cerny and

Wendy Elliott.

      Memories of My Life: Personal History of a Lithuanian Shtetl. Bella Lown

      Military Service Records: A Select Catalogue of National Archives Microfilm publications 1985

      Moreshet Beit Saba: Jewish Family Names. (material for discussion and work in the schools and community centers). Abraham (last name?)

      Morton Allen  Passenger Director

      Names of Battalion

      New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Vol.4; Index of Persons.

Editor: Jane Fletcher Fiske

      National Archives: Microfilm Resources for Research 1986

      Olschwanger Journal: Fall Winter 1993/5754 and Fall 1983/5744

      Poland: Historical Atlas. Iwo Cyprion Pogonowski

      Shtetl and Surnames of Chicago Families

      Shtetl Finder Gazetteer

      Some Archival Sources for Ukrainian Jewish Genealogy. Aleksander Kronik and

Sallyann Amdur Sack

      State Census Records 1992. Ann. S. Lainhart (is this Pa?)

      They Came in Ships. John P. Colletta

      Translation Guide to 19th Century Polish Language Civil Registration Documents (Birth, Marriage, Death records) editor: Judith R. Frazit

      Using the Census Index

      U.S. Military Records: Guide to Federal and State Sources: Colonial American to the Present. James C. Neagl

U.S. Vital Records Catalogue

      Where Once We Walked: A Guide to the Communities Surrounding Central and Eastern European Towns. Gary Mokotoff and Sallyann Amdur Sack

      Where Once We Walked Companion : Supplement (two copies)

      Wills of Early New York Jews (1704-1799

 

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