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The classroom at Temple Beth-El, Northbrook, Ill., that now houses the JGSI genealogical library is decorated with children's family trees.

The classroom at Temple Beth-El, Northbrook, Ill., that now houses the JGSI genealogical library is decorated with children's family trees.

JGSI board member Harriet Rudnit led an introductory discussion for youngsters about how to research family history at the June 9, 2013, JGSI Jewish genealogy conference at Temple Beth Israel in Skokie. (Scott Meyer photo)

JGSI board member Harriet Rudnit led an introductory discussion for youngsters about how to research family history at the June 9, 2013, JGSI Jewish genealogy conference at Temple Beth Israel in Skokie. (Scott Meyer photo)

The 800-volume JGSI genealogy library on April 6, 2014, completed its move into a classroom at Temple Beth-El, Northbrook, Ill.

The 800-volume JGSI genealogy library on April 6, 2014, completed its move into a classroom at Temple Beth-El, Northbrook, Ill.

Many useful Jewish genealogy sites are at: http://crestleaf.com/blog/jewish-genealogy-100-resources-jewish-ancestry-research/ (Photo credit: Yossi Nevo via Wikimedia Commons)

Many useful Jewish genealogy sites are at: http://crestleaf.com/blog/jewish-genealogy-100-resources-jewish-ancestry-research/ (Photo credit: Yossi Nevo via Wikimedia Commons)

Duff Wilson of Ancestry.com led two sessions on Family Tree Maker in the Temple Beth Israel library in Skokie, Illinois, on June 9, 2013, as part of the JGSI Jewish genealogy conference. (Scott Meyer photo)

Duff Wilson of Ancestry.com led two sessions on Family Tree Maker in the Temple Beth Israel library in Skokie, Illinois, on June 9, 2013, as part of the JGSI Jewish genealogy conference. (Scott Meyer photo)

Zalman Usiskin's Feb. 22, 2015, JGSI talk, “Making a Family Tree Coffee Table Book,” was well attended.

Zalman Usiskin's Feb. 22, 2015, JGSI talk, “Making a Family Tree Coffee Table Book,” was well attended.

First American Jewish Families: 600 Genealogies, 1654-1977 First Edition.  by Malcolm H. Stern. Malcolm Stern's Americans of Jewish Descent marked a milestone in the study of American Jewish genealogy. Contains the family trees of every family of Jewish descent known to have been established in America prior to 1840, traced (when possible) to the present - over 40,000 individuals in total.

First American Jewish Families: 600 Genealogies, 1654-1977 First Edition. by Malcolm H. Stern. Malcolm Stern's Americans of Jewish Descent marked a milestone in the study of American Jewish genealogy. Contains the family trees of every family of Jewish descent known to have been established in America prior to 1840, traced (when possible) to the present - over 40,000 individuals in total.

The Knowles Collection Jewish Genealogy Database Reaches One Million Records | Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

The Knowles Collection Jewish Genealogy Database Reaches One Million Records | Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

IAJGS - International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies

IAJGS - International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies

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