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Jewish Genealogical Society Meeting - 09/11/2016 at The Breman

Jewish Genealogical Society Meeting
Sep 11 2016 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Jewish Genealogical Society Meeting

Jewish Genealogical Society-Learning to use the central database of Shoah Victim's names.

Join The Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia at The Breman Museum for a presentation on Using the central database of Shoah Victim's names. We will be watching video presentations from the 2015 International Conference on Jewish Genealogy.

Presenters will be:

Zvi Bernhardt is sharing information on the changes to the new interface of the Database, which will aid genealogist.

Cynthia Wroclawski will demonstrate how to use the database and present two case studies.

For more information, please contact Jeremy Katz at 404-870-1862 or jrkatz@thebreman.org

Free for members. Non-Members, participation in this event is included in the cost of general museum admission.

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