KOSHER KOALA

IN THIS ISSUE:

AJGS (Vic) describes the challenges they face as they develop and road test DoJR, a comprehensive cataloging system for Jewish genealogical records under the auspices of IAJS; The 1921 Census is released on Find My Past; and Evelyn Frybort invites members to contribute to a new anthology highlighting life in Kings Cross in the 30s, 40s and 50s.

In Sledgehammer, David Wallace tells a cautionary tale of misinterpreted data that, once corrected, gave him a priceless gift: his siblings.

Plus:

  • JewishGen and MyHeritage announce new partnership
  • Reclaim The Records release the Kraken
  • A new JGS for Moroccan and Algerian Jews
  • A statue dedicated to an extraordinary medieval Jewish woman
  • JIFF is back.

And so much more!

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AUTUMN/ MARCH 2022

Kosher Koala March 2022

Autumn/ March 2022

SUBMIT YOUR STORY

Kosher Koala is edited by Dani Haski. We welcome article submissions from AJGS members. Feature articles can be between 1200-1400 words; news articles ~300 words; DIY or Sledgehammer submissions ~800 words. If you have a story or some interesting genealogical news you would like to contribute to Kosher Koala please email the editor.

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