The Skokie Library will host a beginner's genealogy workshop given by the Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois (JGSI) on Sunday May 31.
Experienced researcher and past JGSI president Judith Frazin will present the program, which starts at 1pm.
The practical workshop will focus on available records, books and websites available to help with your family research, and a comprehensive handout will be provided.
Frazin is the author of two editions of A Translation Guide to 19th-Century Polish Language Documents (Birth, Marriage, and Death Records) and has developed two unique forms for recording genealogical information. A genealogist for 26 years, she was program chairperson for the 1984 international Jewish genealogy conference.
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