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Table of Contents: Volume 9, Number 4 (August, 2002)

  • GG Matters
    • Coordinator’s Column
    • From the Editors’ Desks
  • Towns
    • Town Research Groups and Historians
  • Feature Articles
    • Oil in Galicia (Valerie Schatzker)
    • Letter to Former Residents of Drohobycz, Boryslaw and Surroundings (Dr. Shimon Barak)
    • Nach Galizien – A Review (Edward Goldstein)
    • 22nd IAJGS Conference: Preliminary Report
    • Together and Apart in Brzezany – A Review (Marco Karynnyk)
    • The Center for Jewish History (Rachel Fisher)
    • Genealogy for Moral Support (Edward Gelles)
    • Names from Meorei Galicia (Chaim Freedman)


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