What do old Jewish New Year’s postcards from Pinsk, school records from Dubno dated 1846, and a young girl from Rimalov standing alone on a Philadelphia dock in 1904 have in common? They are the inspirations for three moving success stories recently published on the JewishGen website. Thank you to the authors who shared their […]
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Dear JewishGen Community, JewishGen.org is proud to announce its JewishGen Future Scholars Fellowship Program. This immersive program, created in partnership with The Matzevah Foundation, Inc., will provide an experiential opportunity for younger audiences to appreciate the application and impact JewishGen, and Jewish genealogy can have in everyday life.
Dear JewishGen Community, JewishGen is pleased to announce that we recently posted to our InfoFiles an essay by Joel Weintraub, “Finding Immigrant Names On Degraded Ellis Island Manifests.”
Dear JewishGen Community, JewishGen.org is pleased to announce two new additions to the Bessarabia Collection. The first database is Moldovan Victims of Soviet Oppression 1941-1951. The information in this database comes from Cartea Memoriei (Book of Memory) which details the Soviet oppression of its citizens of Moldova from 1937-1991.