LET NO HOLOCAUST VICTIM BE FORGOTTEN
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Willamette Valley Oregon is working with YAD VASHEM, The Holocaust Martyrs’ & Heroes’ Remembrance Authority, to help identify and remember every possible victim of the Holocaust. Click here for more information.
Our meetings are open to everyone. You are welcome to ask genealogy research questions, report success stories, and show old photos, reference books and family heirlooms. JGSWVO members can borrow books and newsletters from our library and list family names and towns on our website.
June 8, 2017 - Thursday evening 7:00 p.m. Temple Beth Israel
Part 1 - Using GEDMatch for DNA analysis. Linda Slate and Edward Winter will guide us through uploading your DNA results to GEDMatch to find cousins who tested with a variety of services. See a beginners guide for background information.
Part 2 - Best Genealogy Websites. Which ones are the most useful for Jewish genealogy? Which ones are helpful for genealogy in general? JGSWVO members will suggest their favorites and show how to use them.
July 19, 2017
Annual Members Only Potluck.
Please bring traditional Jewish foods, Israeli foods, or your favorite potluck dinner specialty. JGSWVO will provide grilled salmon for everyone. RSVP to Reeva Kimble by July 15th so we will know how much salmon to purchase.
37th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy.
310 lectures, panels, films and other offerings by over 150 lecturers .
Take time to do genealogy research, visit relatives or invite relatives to visit and pick their brains for family stories.
September 14, 2017
JGSWVO is a member of International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies
Topographic Maps of Eastern Europe
JGSWVO member Hap Ponedel is building a website with the primary goal of gathering the widest possible variety of historical maps for Jewish genealogists and researchers interested in the Jews of Eastern Europe. Maps from libraries around the world, as well as online sources, are offered along with links to Jewish encyclopedias to create a historical atlas. Check-in periodically as maps and links are continuously added.
“Jews of Eugene, Oregon,” by Robert Levinson. Dr. Levinson interviewed several people with knowledge of the early Jewish community in Eugene.
OTHER NORTHWEST JGS MEETINGS
Jewish Genealogical Society of Washington State
Meets on the second Monday of each month from September through June
Most meetings are held at the LDS Factoria Building in Bellevue, 4200 124th Ave. SE
|Oregon Jewish Museum
724 NW Davis St., Portland.
For information: (503) 226-3600
Administrative offices and archives are now open (researchers can call and make appointments).
Grand Opening of the museum scheduled for June 2017
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