The Urban Jewish Population in Eretz Israel from 1839 – 1948: Censuses and Voters’ Lists, by Rose A. Feldman, Database coordinator for IGRA

Until the founding of the State of Israel the Jewish and Arab populations had separate ruling bodies under the British government. This is the reason why separate censuses and voters’…

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Read more about the article Researching Your Female Ancestors in Eretz Israel:  Part Two – The British Administration of Eretz Israel – second half by Rose A. Feldman
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Researching Your Female Ancestors in Eretz Israel: Part Two – The British Administration of Eretz Israel – second half by Rose A. Feldman

The first half of this article is available at - Part Two – The British Administration of Eretz Israel - first half 1939 Employment & Licensed Professions The immigrants and…

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Zacharia Marcus with children Lionel and Nettie

The Domiciles of my Direct Forebears, by Esther Rechtschafner

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is an excellent example of genealogical methodology.  The author shows intellect, patience, persistence, creativity, imagination, curiosity and generosity.  She goes far beyond collecting names of family…

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Researching Your Female Ancestors in Eretz Israel: Part Two – The British Administration of Eretz Israel – first half, by Rose A. Feldman

Introduction When researching your female ancestors as you go back in time, do you hit a brick wall? This need not be. As more is discovered about their daily activities,…

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