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Table of Contents: Volume 9, Number 1 (November, 2001)

  • GG Matters
    • Coordinator’s Column
    • From the Editors’ Desks – Optional electronic delivery ofThe Galitizianer
    • New Option for Paying Dues – PayPal enables secure, low-cost electronic payments
    • Call for Speakers – 22nd International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
  • Town Updates
    • Kolomyya
    • Krakowiec
    • Ulanow
  • JRI-Poland
    • JRI-Poland AGAD Project Update – Status as of October 25
    • Lemberg/Lwow Archive Indexing Project – The project needs your help
    • JRI-Poland 1929 Business Directory Project – An exciting new initiative gets under way
  • Feature Articles
    • A Visit to the AGAD Archives (Valerie Schatzker)
    • Galician Roots; Deep and Wide (Edward Gelles)
    • Ruth Finds Her Father (Jerry Fields)
    • A Trip to Tarnobrzeg (Gayle Riley Schlissel)
    • Crying in Krakow (Alan Weiser)
    • What Shall We Tell Miriam (Rafael F. Scharf)
    • The Jews of Galicia under Austrian-Polish Rule, 1867-1918: Part III (Piotr Wrobel)
  • People Lists
    • Przeworsk Yad Vashem Listings – Listing of pre-WWII residents for whom Yad Vashem has pages of testimony


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