This article appeared in The Galitzianer, (Winter, 1999) ·

Table of Contents: Volume 6, Number 2 (Winter, 1999)

  • Editor’s Note
  • Coordinator’s Corner
  • Town Updates
    • Delyatin
    • Gorlice
    • Kolbuszowa
    • Kozlow
    • Przemysl
    • Rzeszow
    • Tarnow
  • “Return to My Shtetl Delatyn” Video
  • Galicia Discussion Group Online!
  • Yizkor Book Update
  • GG Web Site Launched
  • Krakow During the Holocaust: A Bibliography
  • My Krakow Family
  • My Trip to Krakow
  • Krakow Jewish Records — Additional Sources
  • Krakow Records Online
  • Krakow and Lvov Ghetto Lists
  • Jewish Maiden Names in Galician Vital Records
  • Introducing Shtetlschleppers
  • Book Reviews
    • The Vanished City of Tsanz (Nowy Sacs), by Shlomo Zalman
    • Mosaic, by Diane Armstrong
  • Sheiala Moskow Remembered
  • Galician Additions to Cemetery Database
  • Changes to the Steering Committee
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