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 27298 - If Your Ancestor Wandered from the Russian Empire: Learn Just Enough Russian for Genealogy $9.00   
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Presenter: Jane Rollins, Sherlock Combs Genealogy

This 1.5-hour session will start with the Russian alphabet, and graduate to stringing Cyrillic letters together to form genealogically relevant words and names. The differences between handwritten 19th century Cyrillic differs and printed Cyrillic used today will also be covered. I will show examples of typical 19th century documents written in Cyrillic, and 20th century typeset documents as well. With this training, attendees will be able to identify family names on the index pages of vital records registers or in a printed business directory.


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