In this work Dan Rottenberg shows how to successfully trace your Jewish family back for generations by probing the memories of living relatives; by examining marriage licenses, gravestones, ship passenger lists, naturalization records, birth and death certificates, and other public documents; and by looking for clues in family traditions and customs.
A Guidebook to Jewish Genealogy
xxii + 401 pp.
1977. Reprinted with a new Preface, 1995
Genealogical Publishing Company
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