Introduction to Jewish Genealogy
Workshop For Beginners
Sunday, April 10, 2005, 1:30-5:30 pm
Congregation Emanuel, 51 Grape Street, Denver
Sponsored annually by the Jewish Genealogical Society
Researching Jewish ancestry can be a challenge with
so many languages, countries, and uniquely Jewish
traditions to navigate.
Join our workshop for novices and learn how to get
What are Jewish naming traditions?
are Jewish migration patterns important?
where are east European records now held?
What can these libraries, archives, and Jewish
repositories reveal for your family research?
The Center for Jewish History
Institute for Jewish Research
American Jewish Historical Society
American Sephardi Federation
American Jewish Archives
Holocaust Memorial Museum
Central Archives for the History of the Jewish
JewishGen Family Finder and Discussion Group
Consolidated Jewish Surname Index
Tree of the Jewish People
JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry
Searching Ellis Island with Stephen Morse’s uniquely
Jewish search criteria
fee for the workshop includes annual membership in
the Jewish Genealogical Society of Colorado and the
book “Getting Started in Jewish Genealogy” by
Gary Mokotoff and Warren Blatt
more information, contact Ellen Kowitt at
720/221-6858 or firstname.lastname@example.org