Venturing into our Past - 2022

Diane Goldin, 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.


May 2022 (Volume 17, Issue 8):
  • Op-ed on Resiliency in UKR
  • Father Patrick on YouTube
  • What Happened at Babi Yar?
  • And Finally, Something Lighthearted
  • Highlights from: "The Lost Family: How DNA Testing Is Upending Who We Are"
  • Practicing Safe Computing #78: 1950 Census Search Tips
  • JGSCV Updates
  • Genealogy Odds and Ends
  • Genealogy For Fun: The Day Mars Invaded Earth
April 2022 (Volume 17, Issue 7):
  • Highlights from: "Three Great Myths of Jewish Genealogy"
  • Practicing Safe Computing #77: Nothing is certain but death and taxes
  • JGSCV Updates
  • JGSCV Family Histories: Escape from Russia
  • Genealogy Odds and Ends
March 2022 (Volume 17, Issue 6):
  • Revisiting the Gutenberg Project
  • Auctioning Off Fame in Any Century
  • Highlights from: "Getting Ready for the 1950 Census: Searching With and Without a Name Index"
  • Practicing Safe Computing #76: Upgrading to Windows 11
  • JGSCV Updates
  • JGSCV Family Histories: Memories of Louis and Sarah Rosen
  • Genealogy Odds and Ends
February 2022 (Volume 17, Issue 5):
  • "Nadezhda" periodical
  • Onderduiken: Hiding in WWII Holland
  • Public Domain Day 2022
  • Highlights from: "Ich bin ein Berliner"
  • Practicing Safe Computing #75: Cyber warfare, 2022
  • JGSCV Updates
  • 2022 International Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemoration
  • Genealogy Odds and Ends
January 2022 (Volume 17, Issue 4):
  • Jewish Farming Collectives and the Soviet-Created Famine of 1932
  • Aristides de Sousa Mendes, Righteous Gentile, WWII
  • The Rothschilds of Britain
  • Highlights from: "The Arolsen Archives: A Treasure Trove of Records"
  • Practicing Safe Computing #74: A Browser that will not track your every move
  • JGSCV Updates
  • Genealogy Odds and Ends