Index to the First Twenty-four Volumes of AVOTAYNU

AVOTAYNU maintains an index to selected articles that have appeared in the first eighteen volumes (19852008) of the publication. Only shown are major articles and some excerpts from the sections "From Our Contributing Editors" and "From Our Mailbox." Not shown is the "U.S. Update" column, which is a digest of articles that appeared in publications of the Jewish genealogical societies and special interest groups. The articles in Volume III, Number 4 and many in Volumes IV-XXIV, Number 4, were human interest features and, therefore, are not part of the index. Each entry is the title of the article followed by the volume/number/page. Back issues can be purchased for $10 each ($12 outside North America) from Avotaynu, Inc., 155 N. Washington Ave, Bergenfield, NJ 07621. Note: Most earlier back issues are available in photocopy version only. All back issues from 19852008 are available on CD-ROM for $99.95 plus shipping. An annual subscription to Avotaynu is $38.00. Subscribe now!

Volume/Year: I/1985, II/1986, III/1987, IV/1988, V/1989, VI/1990, VII/1991, VIII/1992. IX/1993, X/1994, XI/1995, XII/1996, XIII/1997, XIV/1998, XV/1999, XVI/2000, XVII/2001, XVIII/2002, XIX/2003, XX/2004, XXI/2005, XXII/2006, XXIII/2007, XXIV/2008

Jews of India XI/3/66
Indian Jews--Bene Israel XII/1/43
Indian Jews XII/4/64
Bene Israel of India    XXIII/2/31
Questions Origin of Bene Israel Surnames  XXIII/4/63

Databases Abound on JewishGen XIV/1/15
AVOTAYNU Launches Internet Magazine for Jewish Genealogy XV/4/43
Nu? What's New? Attracts 3,000 XVI/1/42
The Future of JewishGen: JewishGen's Perspective XIX/1/03
The Future of JewishGen: From the Person Who Helped Make It Happen XIX/1/07
The Future of JewishGen: The Museum's Perspective XIX/1/05
A One-Step Portal for Online Jewish Genealogy XX/1/03 Offers Many Services and Products XX/2/21
The Importance of Establishing a Family Genealogy Website XX/2/11 Is Innovative Tool for Genealogical Research XXI/1/17
Building a Family History Website XXI/2/24
Deep Linking and Deeper Linking: Getting the Most Out of Existing Search Applications XXIII/3/07
Susan King Steps Down as JewishGen Director; Warren Blatt Assumes Leadership  XXIV/1/19
About the JewishGen and Alliance   XXIV/2/03
Newspaper and Magazine Websites Valuable for Genealogical Research      XXIV/3/15
Jewish Genealogical Search Engines, Databases and Social Interaction Networks XXIV/3/35

Finding People on the Web     XXIV/4/03

Cites Differences Between Ancestry and Ancestry Library Edition   XXIV/4/81
Iranian-Jewish Genealogy XIV/1/51
Jadid Al-Islam: The Jewish "New Muslims" of Meshhed XIV/2/61

Sources of information V/1/35
Iraqi Jewry XII/4/65
Jewish Records Found in Baghdad XIX/2/03
The Jews of Iraq XIX/2/05
Baghdad Records Reach Israel XX/3/51

LDS Family History Library has Irish-Jewish records VII/3/47
Irish Alien Registrations XVII/2/66

Tombstone inscriptions of cemetery at Mount of Olives I/1/13
Beth Hatefutsoth opens genealogy center I/2/03
Genealogical items at Jewish National and University Library I/2/12
Pinkassim Hakehillot (Encyclopedia of European communities) II/1/26
Recent acquisitions of various Israeli archives II/2/19
A genealogical trip--sources of information III/3/14
Montefiore census of Jews of Palestine in 1839 III/3/22
Dorot genealogy center seeks 1,000,000 names IV/2/15
Dorot Genealogy Center makes three major announcements IV/3/14
Central Archives for History of Jewish People publishes Polish holdings IV/3/22
Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People V/1/18
Dorot Center founder gives position paper V/3/13
Israel trip yields additional [genealogical] finds VI/1/09
Genealogical sources as the Institute for Dutch Jewry in Jerusalem VI/1/31
Encyclopedia of Galician Rabbis project needs financial help VI/1/42
Census of 1939 to be indexed VI/2/27
Their Father's House: Studies and Sources in Family History VI/3/26
Lauds efforts of Batya Untershatz VI/4/62
Dorot Center--a major disappointment VII/2/03
Guide to resources in Israel: an update VII/2/04
More resources in Israel VII/2/06
Beit Maramaros VII/2/15
Censuses from the Ottoman Empire VII/2/27
The Kollel Galicia Archive VII/3/23
Operation of Hall of Names (at Yad Vashem) VII/3/43
Dorot Center success story VII/4/61
AVOTAYNU contributes WOWW database to Yad Vashem VIII/2/15
The 19th-century Montefiore censuses VIII/2/25
Translator for Nefus registers found VIII/2/57
Two sources for research on British Palestine VIII/3/35
Update on resources in Israel IX/2/17
Bar-Ilan University establishes project for study of Jewish names and Jewish
genealogy IX/2/37
The Valley of the Destroyed Communities IX/2/38
Sources for 1906-1920 Palestine period IX/2/50
Greek collection in Moscow IX/2/50
Key to the 1939 census of Palestine IX/2/50
Genealogically useful records at the Israel Labor Archives IX/3/17
The Jewish National and University Library--another Israeli resource IX/3/19
Three important archives in Israel IX/4/11
Yad Vashem Archives IX/4/71
Joint Distribution Committee records IX/4/71
Source for data on Russian immigrants to Israel at Ministry of Absorption IX/4/71
Burials in Israel IX/4/71
Records of Palestinian Jews who fought in World War I found IX/4/71
Research in Israel: Echoes from a vanished world X/1/19
New genealogy center opens in Tel Aviv X/1/22
Data available from Israeli sources X/1/22
International Tracing Service records at Yad Vashem X/1/22
Polish sources at the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People X/2/21
Two genealogical resources at the Keren Kayemeth X/2/38
American consulate, Jerusalem 1857-1924 X/4/13
Institute for Hebrew Bibliography X/4/19
Research projects at the Diaspora Research Institute X/4/54
History of the Rapaport family X/4/65
Book review: American Consuls in the Holy Land, 1832-1914 X/4/76
The G\1 Collection in Jerusalem's Central Archives for the History of the Jewish
People XI/4/25
Report on a Return Trip to Israel XI/4/21
A Guide to Jewish Genealogical Research in Israel XI/4/73
Diaspora Research Institute documenting Carpatho-Russian Jewry XII/1/66
No Yad Vashem distributor in the United States XII/1/67
Privacy laws XII/4/64
A Genealogical Report on Israel, Fall 1996 XII/4/17
Printed Books on Jewish Cemeteries in the Jewish National and University Library in
Jerusalem: An Annotated Bibliography
, Jews of Bukhara, Portuguese Jews in the
Caribbean, Ashkenazic surname in the Sephardi Diaspora XIII/1/39
Pinchas Lavon Labor Movement Research Institute XIII/3/49
Director of Yad Vashem Archives Describes Plans for the Future XIII/3/66
Holdings of the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People XIII/4/79
Kollels of Eretz Israel as a Genealogical Treasure XIV/1/38
Land claims in Israel XIV/1/46
Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People filming in Belarus and
negotiations with Lithuanians and Russians, Chinese Jews XIV/2/47
Paul Jacobi library XIV/2/47
Status of Pages of Testimony XIV/2/47
Yad Vashem Mobilizes Army of Workers to Computerize Names of Holocaust Victims XV/1/7
Genealogy in Israel: May 1999 XV/2/9
Israel State Archives Charges for Retrieving Files XV/4/66
Yad Vashem Opens Multimillion Name Database XVI/1/3
Yad Vashem Opens Combined Library and Archive Building XVI/1/4
Education Program and Facilities Expand at Yad Vashem XVI/1/67
Yad Vashem Still Needs Yizkor Books XVI/2/49
New Resources at the Diaspora Research Institute XVI/3/55
Jerusalem, Spring 2001 XVII/2/7
Indirect Genealogy: Unexpected Genealogical Resources at the
Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People XVII/2/9
Search Bureau Closes Its Doors XVIII/1/67
Israel, Spring 2002 XVIII/2/25
Safed Cemetery Data Now Online XVIII/2/67
Books about Jewish Legion of WWI XVIII/3/67
Describes Gorr Legacy XVIII/4/91
Central Archives Needs Financial Help XIX/1/67
Into the "Heart of Terror" XIX/2/23
Project to Research Turkish and Balkan Countries at Diaspora Research Institute XIX/2/36
Book Review: Right to Exist: A Moral Defense of Israel's Wars XIX/3/65
Genealogical Resources at Yad Vashem XIX/3/10
Israel Has Unique Resources for Jewish Genealogical Research XIX/3/67
Jewish Cemeteries in Jerusalem XIX/3/15
Jews in Eretz Yisrael in 1875 XIX/4/08
1916 Jewish Census XX/1/47
Israel Genealogical Society Plans Major Projects for Annual Conference XX/1/23
Jacobi Indexing Project XX/1/47
Ottoman-era Censuses XX/1/47
Yad Vashem Central Database of Holocaust Victims' Names XX/1/49
19th-century Eretz Yisrael Vital Records XX/2/50
Evaluates Pages of Testimony Database XX/2/70
Montefiore 1875 census XX/2/50
Biographical lexicon of Polish rabbis and admorim XX/3/47
Yad Vashem Unveils Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names XX/3/05
Building a National Family Tree XX/4/32
Comments on Pages of Testimony XXI/1/62
Collecting Genealogical Data in Israel XXI/2/43
IGS Consolidated Surname Index XXI/2/43
Locating Page of Testimony Submitters XXI/2/43
Inventory of Family Trees in Jewish National and University Library XXI/3/52
The Genealogy Scene in Israel, Spring 2006      XXII/1/15
The Montefiore Census of 1875 XXII/3/41

Report, Spring 2007    XXIII/1/21
Corrects Location of CAHJP    XXIII/2/59

Writes About Status of Search Bureau Records
Military Resources in Eretz Israel for the Genealogical Sleuth   
Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem, Israel     XXIV/1/13

Search Bureau for Missing Relatives: Brief History and Current Status of Records     XXIV/1/27

Recent Acquisitions of the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People    XXIV/1/44

Gleanings from a Week in Israel     XXIV/3/19
Jewish genealogical research in Italy                                                VIII/1/20
Book review: Guide to Jewish Italy                                                   VIII/1/55
Center for Italian Jewry X/1/23
Venetian Jewry X/2/51
Jewish Livorno, Italy, 1841 XII/4/62
Two Key Italian Resources for Jewish Genealogists XIII/2/45
Jews of Milan XIII/2/50
Guidebook Series Spotlights Italy's Jewish Heritage XIV/1/40
Italian-Jewish genealogy on the Internet XIV/1/46
Italian-Jewish surnames XIV/3/69
History of the Jews of Italy XV/3/29
The Jews of Livorno, Italy: Archival Sources XVIII/2/42
Rapa and Rapaport Families in Northern Italy in the 15th and 16th Centuries XIX/1/29

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