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  • A.L. Bell's Minsk Gubernya Translation Center - First systematic effort to put translations of notices from the Russian Empire's official newspapers on the Internet. 19th century Jewish/non-Jewish Eastern European history.
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  • Felshtin Society - Devoted to genealogical and historical information about the Jewish community of Felshtin, Ukraine, its residents and the pogrom of 1919. Includes bibliography.
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  • Jewish Records Indexing - Poland - A ground breaking project to create a computer database of indices to the 19th century Jewish vital records of Poland. Launched in early 1995, JRI - Poland is already the largest fully searchable database of Jewish vital records accessible through the Internet. Teams of volunteers around the world (called "Shtetl CO-OPs") are actively working to expand the database.
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  • Lithuania-Jewish - For anyone trying to trace their Jewish roots back to the surnames on the 18th century Grand Duchy of Lithuania censuses.
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  • Polish Jews - Jewish Polish genealogy and general information.
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  • Routes to Roots - Tracing Jewish Roots in Poland, Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus. Site of a U.S. firm with offices in Ukraine and Poland specializing in Jewish research in the archives of Eastern Europe and Customized Tours. Besides self-promotion, the site features a number of maps and pictures of various towns and places, synagogues, monuments, etc.
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  • Turkish_Jews - Sephardic Jewish genealogists with roots in the former Turkish Ottoman Empire including Turkey, Serbia, Greece, and Yugoslavia.
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  • Vital Records in Poland - A very good introductory text.
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