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Pamela Weisberger lectures

​On November 2013, Pamela Weisberger gave two guest lectures on genealogical topics at the National Library.

 
Searching the Gesher Galicia Website: An online tour of Gesher Galicia, the one-stop resource for researching families and ancestral towns from this former Austro-Hungarian province.

 

It’s News to Me! Historical Newspaper Research for Genealogists Techniques for locating unexpected insights into your relatives’ lives by harnessing this research tool.

 

Pamela Weisberger is the 1st Vice President and Program Chair for the Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles, President and Research Coordinator for Gesher Galicia, and has co-chaired the 2010 IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. As a professional genealogist, videographer, she created the Galician Archival Records Project. She has researched in Polish, Ukrainian, German, Hungarian and Israeli archives and speaks internationally on a variety of topics. Her areas of expertise are 19th - 20th century directories, newspapers, court records and cadastral maps.  She holds a B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis and an M.S. from Boston University and lives in Santa Monica, California.