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Scattered Seeds provides you with the tools to help you trace your family tree and discover surprising and interesting facts about your family
Scattered Seeds provides you with the tools to help you trace your family tree and discover surprising and interesting facts about your family.
National Geographic Jewish Heritage Travel: A Guide to Eastern Europe. Well written and informative. If you study genealogy, it is a must for your library. It opened several avenues for me, even though I believed that my ancestors were not Jewish. However, I had come to a road block, and it may turn out that one line were Christian Jews. Either way, I believe you will find this book interesting and worth the money. 3 people found this helpful.
Scattered Seeds provides you, the reader with the tools to help trace your family tree and discover surprising and interesting facts about your family. Included inthe book are
Information on Jewish genealogical societies .
Information on Jewish genealogical societies. A (very) brief history of Judaism. For almost the entire length of recorded history, Judaism has maintained a solid presence as the oldest of the three Abrahamic faiths. Ancient Hebrew tribes ruled over much of the modern Levant. Because of this, Jewish people were scattered all across Roman Europe and established small communities in cities. It was from these communities that the modern European Jewish community was born.
Maps, Charts and Questionnaires
Letter Writing Techniques
Where to Write for What
Visiting a Family History Library
Utilizing Government Records
Using Computers and the World Wide Web