How to Find Your Jewish Ancestors
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NOTE: (find in a library) links take you to the OCLC record for the book. To find it in a library near you, type your zip code in the appropriate box and press return)
Avotaynu: Guide to Jewish Genealogy edited by Sallyann Amdar Sack and Gary Mokotoff. Avotaynu 2004. Avotaynu, Inc.iis the leading publisher of products and information of interest to persons who are researching Jewish genealogy, Jewish family trees and Jewish roots.
Krasner-Khait. Discovering your Jewish Ancestors (find in a library)
Mokotoff. Getting Started in Jewish Genealogy (find in a library)
Rottenberg. Finding Our Fathers: A Guidebook to Jewish Genealogy (find in a library)
Weiner. Jewish Roots in Poland: Pages from the Past and Archival History. (find in a library)
Weiner. Jewish Roots in Ukraine and Moldova: Pages from the Past and Archival History. (find in a library)
Wynne. Finding Your Jewish Roots in Galicia (find in a library)
Zubatsky. Sources for Jewish Genealogies and Family Histories (find in a library)
The Family History Library has over 100 subject headings that include the description "Jewish". Type "Jewish" into the subject search, then spend some time investigating the results to get a feel for what is available through the Family History Library.
JewishGen.org is the primary site for researching Jewish ancestors. It can also be helpful for anyone with Central or European ancestors, even if not Jewish.
Sephardim.com : A Research Tool for
The Red Cross maintains a Holocaust and War Victims Tracing Center.
Article about Jewish Genealogy
Krasner-Khait.Beginning Jewish Research
Mokotoff: Jewish Research