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Bialystok Region Jewish Genealogy Group

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The primary function of this forum is to facilitate discussion amongst Jewish researchers interested in the city of Białystok, Poland (coordinates 5308' 2309') and nearby towns and villages.

This Discussion forum is open to anyone with a genealogical or historical interest in Jewish Bialystok and nearby towns and will be the forum to discuss:

This forum will also serve members of BIALYGen (the Research Group) to discuss the goals and projects of the organization.

Since Grodno Gubernia between 1815 and WWI was mostly in what is now Belarus, any discussion about towns currently in Belarus should be carried out on the Belarus SIG Discussion Group.

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Last Updated on 02 January 2005.