- Getting Started in Jewish Genealogy: A Handbook for Beginners with Supplementary Information for Advanced Research; Third Edition, November 2002, Compiled by Dr. Ronald D. Doctor.
- Columns in the Jewish Review by Ron Doctor
- Jewish Review Column, Who were my ancestors, Ron Doctor, 6 Feb 2009.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Census & Burial Records, Ron Doctor, 5 Mar 2009.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Immigration, Ron Doctor, 3 Apr 2009.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Naturalization, Ron Doctor, 6 July 2009.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Useful Organizations, Ron Doctor, 10 Aug 2009.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Holocaust Data, Ron Doctor, 5 Sep 2009.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Eastern European Resources-Introduction, Ron Doctor, 2 Oct 2009.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Obtaining Eastern European Records, Ron Doctor, 5 Nov 2009.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Understanding Eastern European Records, Ron Doctor, 5 Jan 2010.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Putting it all together, US records, Ron Doctor, 5 Feb 2010.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Part 10, Putting it all together, Old Country-1, Ron Doctor, 5 Mar 2010.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Part 11, Putting it all together, Old Country-2, Ron Doctor, 2 Apr 2010.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, DNA Testing, Ron Doctor, long version, 5 May 2010.pdf
- Jewish Review Column, Computer software for your family history-Part 1, 5 June 2010.pdf
- Research on Ancestors from Ukraine, 22 Dec 2010.pdf
- Getting Started in Jewish Genealogy: A Handbook for Beginners, by Ron Doctor.
- Oregon Jewish Cemeteries Database - Created and donated by Elliot Axel. Search Oregon records only: Select OR, All Counties from the drop-down list on the search screen. Search surnames starting with one letter: Type leading letter only into the surname box on the search screen.
- Decoding Matzevot (Gravestones), by Dr. Ronald D. Doctor. Abbreviations, acronyms and keywords used in the presentation. Get Adobe Reader here.
- JGSO Library List at Neveh Shalom Congregation Library.
- Yizkor Books at Congregation Neveh Shalom - compiled by Michael Steinore.
- Ben Nahman’s Web Site, http://home.earthlink.net/~bnahman
- Beth Hatefutsot (Israel), http://www.bh.org.il/
- Dutch Jewish Family Names and Links, http://www.dutchjewry.org/
- European Sephardic Institute, http://www.sefarad.org/english.html
- Gracia Mendes’ web site about the Jews in Spain and Sephardic Jews of North America. History, timelines, stories, etc. http://www.kahalbraira.org/mendes/GraciaMendes.html
- History of Turkish Jews, http://www.mersina.com/lib/turkish_jews/
Home of the Ottoman Sephardim, Also home of the "Sephardim Discussion List, http://wwwgeocities.com/~turkino/
- Israel Genealogical Society (Israel), http://www.navitek.com/igs/
Jeff Malka provides an outstanding site that is quite extensive. It can be found at: http://www.sephardicgen.com/
- Judeo-Spanish Home Page, http://www.sephardicstudies.org/komunita.html
- Portuguese Sephardic Jews, http://www.saudades.org/
Rhodes Deportation List, A listing of all Sephardic Jews deported by Nazis in 1944 to Auschwitz, http://www.pachami.com/Rodas/Martir.htm
- Rhodes Jewish Museum - Photos, etc., http://www.rhodesjewishmuseum.org
Sephardic House and American Sephardic Federation, An Institute for researching and promoting Sephardic history and culture, has many publications on Sephardim that are hard to find, http://www.americansephardifederation.org/
- Sephardim.com, http://www.sephardim.com/
- Sephardim.org http://www.sephardim.org/
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- Find a Family History Library near you
- Jewish Encyclopedia: The Jewish Encyclopedia of 1901-1906, a 12-volume work of 15,000 articles.
- JewishGen FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about Jewish Genealogy. How to do Jewish genealogical research. An extensive discussion of methods and resources.
- JewishGen InfoFiles: Directory resources, organized by both topic and country.
- Soundex: Both Daitch-Mokotoff and NARA
Town Names, geographical coordinates and distances
- Jewish Calendar: Convert between Jewish & Gregorian dates Jewish Holidays in any year
- Jewish Records at the Family History Library: Inventory of Jewish-specific resources at LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
- Search the JewishGen Website: Find words on any static page on the JewishGen web server.
- Bibliography of North American Jewish Community Books: the most extensive yet produced on the subject, including over 1000 references across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.
- Jewish Genealogy Yearbook 2001: information about more than 100 organizations dedicated to Jewish Genealogy, including contacts and activities.
- How to Use the Census - article by George Morgan
- Louis Kessler's Genealogical Program Links: Critical reviews of genealogical software.
- Ancestry.com - Family History Made Easy: Step by Step: Ancestry.com is a commercial on-line publisher. These 16 free lessons in genealogy is useful for all levels. See Ancestry's home page for free and fee-based databases.
- International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies: Select member societies for worldwide Jewish Genealogical Society websites.