“New” Projects


Today brings the return of two familiar projects, the New South Wales, Australia, Government Gazettes, 1853-1899 (Part 2) and USHMM – Krakow, Poland, Applications for ID Cards for Jews during World War II (Part 6).

41239example We have not changed much in the New South Wales, Australia, Government Gazettes, 1853-1899 (Part 2) from the part 1 of the project so if you were a fan of the Government Gazettes you can hop right in.  You may encounter records with details of Acts of Parliament, land transactions, criminal notices, will and probate notices, military desertions, government appointments, missing people and more.  If you have questions or feedback please post them on the Discussion page or this message board thread.

 

The USHMM – Krakow, Poland, Applications for ID Cards for Jews during World War II (Part 6) project is a little different than the previous 5 Krakow projects.  There are a few new form types to familiarize yourself with, they bring the total up to 11.  This collection contains records from Krakow, including questionnaires of Jews who applied for personal ID cards, household member lists, indexes, resettlement cards, and residence requests.  If you have questions or feedback please post them on the Discussion page or this message board thread.

Happy Keying!

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Will they ever get to anything in Vilne/Vilnius, Lithuania?

What happened to the Kansas Census to index?

Londette,
No, I don’t foresee a Lithuanian project in the future.

Mary,
We completed the process of splitting the project last week and the keying portion of the first part of the project has been completed. We will be publishing the next part of the project in about a month. I am hoping keyers will find a different project to focus on in the time between.