Exploring the Archives:
Unique & Unusual Resources in Galician & Polish ResearchIn this digital genealogical age,we need to remember that not everythingis online. Learn about the exciting (andunusual) treasures available in archives and libraries in Vienna, Ternopil,Lviv and Krakow which relate to Galician and Polish research. We’ll cover arange of documents dating from the late 1700s through the interwar years, likethe Lviv family registration books, 1920s and 30s voter lists, taxpayerrecords, Lvov (Lemberg) and Jagellonian University student records and magnatelandowner records. More info at: http://pgsca.org/ Location: Los Angeles Family History Library, 10741 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90025 Pamela Weisberger the 1st V.P. and program chair for the Jewish Genealogical Society Los Angeles, president and research coordinator for Gesher Galicia, Inc., and was co-chair of the 2010 IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. A professional genealogist, writer, and internationally-known lecturer, she has conducted research in Polish, German Ukrainian, Hungarian and Austrian archives. She created the Galician Archival Records Project and the Gesher Galicia Cadastral (Virtual) Map Room. One of her specialties is historical newspaper research. She holds a B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis and an M.S. from Boston University.