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Sephardic Web Sites

These are the general websites.
Click on the countries (left column) for more specific websites 

Genealogy oriented

SephardicGen's searchable databases

5earchable databases with over 70,000 Sephardic names.

Sephardic SIG's KahalLinks

Sephardic communities throughout the world.

Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies

Specializes in the eastern Mediterranean


Extensive listing of names, heraldry and recipes

Sepharadic brotherhood

Membership list, etc. (used to be Salonican Brotherhood of America)

ETSI ("My Tree")

Sephardic Genealogical Society and Periodical in France.

Saudades: Portuguese Sephardic History

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General Sites
American Sephardic Federation

Umbrella organization

Sephardic Jewish Communities

from Columbia University, NYC

Dinur Center for Study of Jewish History.

at Hebrew University, Jerusalem

Museo Sefardi, Toledo.

Toledo's Historic Sinagoga del Transito (Original name: Sinagoga de Samuel ha-Levi)

Congregation Shearith Israel

founded in 1654, first Sephardic Congregation in the US

Sephardi European Institute

library, activities and Los Muestros publication

Jews Of Cape Verde and of The Azores

Jews Of Cape Verde and on the Guinea Coast

by Richard Loban

Beth Haim cemetery in Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Holland

History of Rabbi Yosef Caro.

Biographies of some Sephardic Rabbi Leaders.

Bernard Gui Inquisitorial Technique (c.1307-1323)

The Juderia of Tarazona (Aragon)
includes list of names
Tourist information about Juderias in Spanish towns

Diaspora Sefardita

Ladino and other Jewish Languages

Ladino a Lost Language

Judeo-Spanish as a Language of Liturgy and Religious Identification

Sephardic Medical roots

Portuguese Jews

History of Jews in Spain - A Brief Timeline

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