For 15 years, Jewish genealogists Gary Mokotoff and Eileen Polakoff have headed research trips to the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City, billed as the largest genealogy library in the world.
This year - the 16th - the trip will take place October 23-30.
Participants spend a week of research at the FHL with the professional genealogists who have made dozens of research trips during some 20 years.
The first day offers a three-hour introduction class on the library's facilities and resources, including such records as naturalization, arrival, vital statistics and more. A mid-week informal group meeting focuses on progress and problem-solving, and Mokotoff and Polakoff are available for on-site assistance and consultation during library hours.
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