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From (Spring and Summer, 1998) ·

Table of Contents: Volume 6, Number 3 & 4 (Spring/Summer, 1999)

  • Editor’s Note
  • Coordinator’s Corner
  • Town Updates
    • Kolbuszowa
    • Kozlow
    • Krakow
    • Lwow/Lviv
    • Pilzno
    • Przemysl
    • Rzeszow
    • Suchostaw Region
    • Ulanow
    • Zborow
  • Gesher Galicia at the 19th Annual Summer Seminar in New York
  • Summer Seminar Talk on Jewish Life in Galicia
  • 1891 Galician Business Directory Online
  • American Association for Polish Jewish Studies
  • Slownik Geograficzny
  • U.S. City Directories Online
  • Manekin Lecture on Galician Jewry
  • Voter Registration Lists for Buczacz and Jaslowice
  • The Silberschein Radiogram
  • Belzec Memorial Update
  • Yizkor Book Update
  • A Brief Galician History
  • Przemysl Schoolchildren 1936/37
  • Refugees in Lwow
  • Krasne – Not Krosno
  • Bobrka: Finding Galician Roots in Israel
  • Some Census Records for Galicia
  • Letters
    • Town-based Research: Pomoryany, Dombrown, Stratin, and Rogatin
    • Book on Jews in the Armed Forces of Austria 1788-1918
    • Pruchnik and Lezajsk LDS Records
    • How to Order Przemysl Book
    • Impact of Galician Maiden Names
  • GG Steering Committee Needs You!

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