Venturing into our Past - 2021

Allan Linderman, Editor

Venturing into our Past is JGSCV's monthly newsletter distributed to all members. It is a great way to stay in touch with issues of importance to Jewish genealogy.

March 2021 (Volume 16, Issue 6):
  • Ellis Island Origins
  • Cursive Handwriting Forever!
  • Free Genealogy Websites Rated for 2021
  • NGS 2021 Live!
  • Highlights from: "Researching the United States Citizenship and Information Service (USCIS)"
  • The Hidden Personal Cost of Genealogy Websites
  • Practicing Safe Computing #64: Private Browsing
  • Genealogy Odds and Ends
  • Welcome to 1925!
  • Successful Genealogical Interviewing
  • IAJGS Salute! Awards
February 2021 (Volume 16, Issue 5):
  • Portugal's First Holocaust Museum Opens
  • Tracing the History of a House
  • British "Who Do You Think You Are" website and magazine: Not Just for Brits
  • World Jewish Restitution Organization Signs Agreement With Luxembourg on Holocaust Property Restitution
  • Highlights from: "Iberia to Amsterdam" and "Forensic Genetic Genealogy"
  • JGSCV Updates
  • Practicing Safe Computing #63: Using Zoom to Create a Personal Video Message
  • Seymour Waterman: WWII Story Postscript
  • Michael Tobias Honored with OBE
  • Genealogy Odds and Ends
  • JGSCV Members' Family Stories
  • Red Cross Transfer Allows Personal Cards to be Displayed
January 2021 (Volume 16, Issue 4):
  • Belarus Travels for Young Adults
  • When DNA Gives One Pause
  • The Cold War and U.S. Cemeteries in France
  • Highlights from: "Following in the Footsteps and Remnants of Crypto Jews"
  • JGSCV Updates
  • Practicing Safe Computing #62: Reducing the Impact of Data Breaches
  • Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the End of World War II
  • USCIS Proposes New Fees for Genealogists
  • Genealogy Odds and Ends
  • JGSCV Members' Family Stories
  • Facebook for Genealogy?