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Future Events

October, 2020

Sunday
11
Zoom: link will be delivered to all members one week before the program
1:00 PM
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TJGS Tech Guru Mike Kalt will review all of the changes on JewishGen and remind us of all the incredible resources on this critical website.

November, 2020

Sunday
15
Zoom: link will be delivered to all members one week before the program
1:00 PM
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Exploring how to locate when and where your ancestor immigrated to the United States. We’ll look at all ports of entry such as New Orleans, Providence or Boston, (not just Ellis Island). Plus cover other tools available such as the Census, Voter lists, and Homestead records to help research your ancestor‘s immigration history.

December, 2020

Sunday
13
Online via Zoom. URL for Zoom meeting will be sent upon registration.
1:00 PM
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Shapiro was born Daneile Shapiro on April 10, 1962 In New York City.She is the daughter of Paul Shapiro, from an Orthodox Jewish family (who, she later learned through a recreational DNA test, was not her biological father[7]), and Irene Shapiro, from South Jersey. Shapiro attended a Solomon Schechter Jewish day school through 6th grade, after which she attended the Pingry School in New Jersey. She attended Sarah Lawrence College. 2019: National Jewish Book Award winner in the Autobiography and Memoir category for Inheritance: A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity, and Love

January, 2021

Sunday
10
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Join TJGS founder Debbie Long in a discussion of how hometowns shaped you and your ancestors PLUS a special movie about Debbie‘s hometown. The discussion will also include a review of Kehilalinks.

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