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Emily Garber has been conducting family history research since 2007. She specializes in Jewish genealogical research and has worked with records from both German-Jewish and Eastern European Jewish immigrants. Her client work has included research into narrowly-defined genealogical problems as well as development and writing of broadly-based family history narratives. In June 2013, she toured family shtetlach in Ukraine and explored archives in Lviv, Khmelnitsky and Zhitomyr. An archaeologist by training (B.A., and M.A.), she recently retired after a 30+ year career in natural resources management.
Emily is Chair of the Phoenix (Arizona) Jewish Genealogical Group and board member of the Arizona Jewish Historical Society. She has served for several years as one of the moderators of the JewishGen Discussion Group and is communications director of the Ukraine Special Interest Group. She is currently a member of the planning committee for the 2016 International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies conference to be held in Seattle (August 2016).
B.A. (Anthropology (Archaeology))
M.A. (Anthropology (Archaeology))
Emigration & Immigration
Time Period Specialty:
; 20th Century
AZ ; NY
; Kansas City
; New York City
; Eastern Europe
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