Audio Recordings

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Currently Available Programs


2019

The Genealogical Riches of Massachusetts’ Archives Panel of Archivists 2/24/19
Finding Families in the Russian Empire 1795-1917: Census Records and More Rhoda Miller 3/24/19

2018

Beyond Search: More Google Tools
The Jewish-Cape Verde Connection
Michael Marx 1/21/18
Plan Your Roots Trip to Eastern Europe Daniel Horowitz 2/25/18
Life Under the Tsars Alan Shuchat 3/18/18
Historic Polish Directories and Other Sources Searchable at GenealogyIndexer.org Logan Kleinwaks 3/25/18
All 3 talks from Celebration 36 Cece Moore and Libby Copeland 4/22/18
Two-part Program: From Spain to Amsterdam and Beyond: The World of Western Sephardim and Sephardic DNA Links Jews to Mexicans Joshua Mendes and Cary Aufseeser 5/6/18
Ellis Island Features Reenactment and Two Talks by Joel Weintraub Joel Weintraub 6/10/18
Clairvoyant Housewives, Cookbook Mavens and Other Advice Givers: the Women of the Tenement Annie Polland 9/16/18
Galicia Basics: What Every Galitzianer Needs to Know Renee Steinig 10/14/18
How World War I Transformed the American Jewish Community Gene Fax 11/4/18
Annual Lecture: Credit to the Nation: East European Jewish Immigrant Bankers, Mass Migration and American Finance Rebecca Kobrin 12/16/18

2017

The Rag Trade: How Jews Made it in America Adam Mendelsohn 12/10/17
Researching Your Lithuanian Roots Judy Baston 6/11/17
From the Spanish Inquisition to the Present
How to Trace Your ‘New Christian’ Ancestors
Genie Milgrom 5/7/17
Holocaust Research: Online Resources at the U.S. Holocaust Museum Megan Lewis 4/23/17
The Genetic Ancestry of Ashkenazi Jews Shai Carmi 3/26/17
Three Minutes in Poland: Discovering a Lost World in a 1938 Family Film Glenn Kurtz 3/26/17
The Art of Taking an Oral History Sharon Zane 1/8/17
How I Put Together a Memoir Fay Bussgang 1/8/17

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