San Diego Genealogical Society
Session 1: Ships of our Ancestors
Session 2: US Immigration and Naturalization
About the speaker
Hal Bookbinder Bio
Hal writes and lectures extensively on diverse genealogical topics, including border changes, migration, citizenship, safe computing, locating relatives and Jewish culture and history. He has identified over 4,000 relatives back to the mid-1700s in modern Ukraine. Other roots reach into modern Moldova, Poland, Belarus and Russia. He has served as president of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles (JGSLA) and the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) and has chaired or co-chaired several International Jewish Genealogy Conferences. He has been honored by the IAJGS with its Lifetime Achievement Award. Professionally, he is an Information Technology Director in healthcare, a part-time university instructor and director of a transition-to-work training program for recovering addicts. Check out his growing series of articles on Practicing Safe Computing at http://tinyurl.com/ComputingArticles.
Please note this meeting will start at 9.30 am.
The public is always welcome!
There is no charge for this program.
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Please park in the main church parking lot, in the Jackson Drive parking lot, or on the street. Please do NOT park in the neighboring strip mall. Thank you in advance