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

Jewish records at the Genealogical Society of Utah II/1/03
Index to Polish-Jewish records at Genealogical Society of Utah II/1/05
Book review: The Jews in Poland and Russia--Biographical Essay III/1/38
Origin of Russian-Jewish surnames III/2/03
Breakthrough in access to Polish-Jewish records IV/1/10
Book review: Jews of Posen in 1834 and 1835 IV/2/26
Update on project to microfilm Jewish records in Poland IV/3/12
Doing research in the Polish State Archives IV/3/21
Jewish Historical Institute in Poland V/2/07
Jewish genealogical research in Poland V/2/08
Trip to Poznan: The Poland that was not V/3/16
Professional genealogists in Poland V/4/04
List of former Jewish residents of Lodz V/4/15
Caricatures in Polish vital statistic records VI/1/16
Polish trip for Jewish genealogists planned VI/1/41
Using Prussian gazetteers to locate Jewish religious and civil records in Poznan VI/2/12
Sephardic migrations into Poland VI/2/14
A genealogical tour through Poland VI/3/16
Program Judaica to document Jewish history VI/3/19
Jewish researcher in Poland VI/3/39
Jews in Poland today VI/4/63
Polish maps available in the U.S. VIII/1/58
Weiner discusses developments in Poland and Ukraine VIII/3/64
A 1992 research trip to Poland VIII/4/12
Survey of Jewish cemeteries yields results VIII/4/17
Cites Polish "rip off" IX/1/65
Asks why survey of Polish cemeteries does not include all regions IX/1/67
Polish-Jewish genealogical research--A primer IX/2/04
More on the survey of Polish cemeteries IX/2/13
Book review: Korzenie Polskie: Polish Roots IX/2/61
Polish-Jewish heritage seminar planned for July in Krakow IX/2/65
Asks for clarification (of Polish-Jewish records) IX/3/66
Stettin emigration lists found IX/3/67
Head of the Polish State Archives clarifies policies IX/4/04
Book review: Jews in Poland: A Documentary History IX/4/69
More on Polish-Jewish Genealogical Research X/1/12
Directory of Polish State Archives X/1/14
Archives of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw X/1/41
Jewish genealogical research in Polish archives X/2/05
Jewish surnames in the Kingdom of Poland X/2/15
Polish sources at the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People X/2/21
Success in dealing with Polish archives X/2/48
Gleanings from a symposium on bibliographies of Polish Judaica X/4/56
Polish name lists sought XI/1/67
Nineteenth-Century Congress Documents and the Jews of Congress Poland XI/3/24
Polish Vital Records for the Very Beginner: The Polish Language Challenged XI/4/29
Alternate surnames in Russian Poland XII/2/15
Census records and city directories in the Krakow Archives XII/2/27
Book review: The Jews in Poland and Russia: Bibliographical Essays XII/2/63
Alternative research sources in Poland XII/2/65
Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw XII/3/51
Director General of the Polish State Archives dies XII/3/55
An interview with the new Polish State Archivist XII/4/03
On-site Jewish genealogical research in Poland: an overview XII/4/04
The Jewish cemetery in Warsaw XII/4/56
Book review: Polish Countrysides: Photographs and Narrative XII/4/81
German and Polish Place Names XIV/2/33
List of More than 300,000 Polish Holocaust Survivors Received by USHMM In
Washington, DC Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Polish Directories as Resources
for Genealogical Information XIII/1/25
Hamburg Passengers from the Kingdom of Poland and the Russian Empire XIII/2/63
Lw¢w Ghetto Records Being Indexed XIII/3/66
Cites Location of Polish Directories XIII/4/98
Jewish Roots in Poland: Pages from the Past and Archival Inventories; And I Still See
Their Faces: Images of Polish Jews; Guide to the YIVO Archives; Luboml: Memorial Book
of a Vanished Shtetl
Comments on Jewish Roots in Poland XIV/2/65
Report on Jewish Communities in Poland Today XIV/2/65
How I Found a New Ancestor in Krak¢w, Poland XIV/4/65
18th-Century Polish Jewry: Demographic and Genealogical Problems XV/4/9
Tips on Translating Entries from Slownik Geograficzny XVI/3/49
The Polish Concept of Permanent Place of Residence XVI/3/12
More About Polish Books of Residents' Registration XVI/3/14
Can Jewish Genealogists Successfully Research 18th-Century Poland? XVI/3/16
History Book Illuminates Jewish Life in Poland XVI/3/40
Book Review: History of the Jews in Poland and Russia XVI/3/65
Book Review: In Their Words: A Genealogist's Translation Guide to
Polish, German, Latin and Russia Documents. Volume 1: Polish
Breaking New Ground: The Story of Jewish Records Indexing-Poland Project XVII/1/7
Documenting the Fate of the Jews of Ostrow Mazowiecka XVII/3/19
German and Polish Archival Holdings in Moscow XVII/4/11
Internet Site Names Polish Towns XVII/4/79
Researching Pre-1826 Vital Records in Congress Poland XVIII/2/19
Book Review: Jewish Officers in the Polish Armed Forces, 1939-1945 XVIII/3/62
Ashes and Flowers: A Family Trek to Jewish Poland and Romania XVIII/4/11
Two Polish Directories Online XVIII/4/91
Polish Passport Policy 1830-1930: Permits, Restrictions and Archival Sources XIX/1/21
Book Reviews: Zród a archiwalne do dziejów Żydów w Polsce XIX/3/65
Jewish Surnames in Russia, Poland, Galicia and Prussia XIX/3/28
Using Polish Magnate Records for Posen XIX/3/25
Avotaynu Online Database Lists Nobility Archives XIX/4/21
Hidden Jews of Warsaw XX/1/47
Polish archives in Bialystok, Knyszin and Lomza XX/2/50
Polychromatic Tombstones in Polish-Jewish Cemeteries XX/2/39
Tracing Family Roots Using JRI-Poland to Read Between the Lines XX/2/15
Biographical lexicon of Polish rabbis and admorim XX/3/47
Flatow Jewish Cemetery Tombstones Discovered XX/4/79
Polish City Directories Now Online XXI/3/67
Morgenthau Mission to Poland to Investigate the 1919
Pogroms: A Genealogical Resource XXII/2/14

What Can We Learn from Slownik Geograficzny?         XXII/2/31

Spiritual Genealogy: A Look at Polish Notary Documentation  XXII/2/38

Notes Polish Book and Magnate Records     XXII/3/63

Exhibit of the Jews of Poznán, 1793–1939
Strategies for Assigning Surnames to Early JRI-Poland Records     XXIII/2/22

Book Review: Posen Place Name Indexes     XXIV/1/51
Jews of modern day Portugal                                                             I/1/14
Marranos living in Portugal                                                             I/2/14
History of Jews after the Inquisition                                                  II/3/27
Bigamy among 18th century Jews, the Jews of Gibraltar                                 III/1/25
Genealogia Hebraica, Portugal e Gibraltar                                              IV/1/24
Book review: Genealogica Hebraica: Jews of Portugal and Gibraltar VI/4/58
Census of Jews of Gibraltar VII/1/27
Volume II of Genealogia Hebraica available VII/2/29
Volume III of Genealogia Hebraica available VII/3/30
Four volumes of Genealogia Hebraica now available VIII/2/42
Historical notes about Jews of Portugal VIII/3/52
Portuguese marranos VIII/3/52
Wants to restore (Lisbon) Portuguese cemetery VIII/4/67
Sources for Spanish and Portuguese genealogy XII/2/43
A Painful Portuguese Odyssey XIII/4/13
Jewish Life in Portugal Today XIII/4/15
Jewish sources on the Iberian Peninsula XIII/4/79
A Portuguese Inquisition Document XVII/4/25
Portuguese Jews of Italy XIX/3/39
Two Portuguese Return to Judaism XX/3/67

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