Religion, Spiritual Development

Czestochowa Radomsko Area Research Group

  • Springfield, OH
  • http://www.crarg.org/

Mission Statement

The Czestochowa-Radomsko Area Research Group was founded in 2003. Since then, its membership has grown tenfold and its database of records has grown to well over 700,000, including Holocaust, tombstone, synagogue, birth, marriage, death, emigration, immigration, draft, taxation, craftsman, and 1790s census records. Among more than 450 separate projects, CRARG has taken photographs of every tombstone in the Jewish cemeteries of many of CRARG’s core towns, has translated all of information on every tombstone, and has made that information searchable by both given name and surname.

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ruling year

2014

Principal Officer

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Dr. Daniel Kazez

Keywords

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Jewish, genealogy, family, family history, Holocaust, survivors

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Also Known As

CRARG

EIN

55-0837852

 Number

6817855413

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Jewish (X30)

Historical Societies and Related Activities (A80)

Cultural, Ethnic Awareness (A23)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Program 1

Czestochowa Radomsko Area Research Group

The Czestochowa Radomsko Area Research Group was founded in 2003. Since then, its membership has grown tenfold and its database of records has grown to well over 700,000, including Holocaust, tombstone, synagogue, birth, marriage, death, emigration, immigration, draft, taxation, craftsman, and 1790s census records. Among more than 450 separate projects, CRARG has taken photographs of every tombstone in the Jewish cemeteries of many of CRARG’s core towns, has translated all of information on every tombstone, and has made that information searchable by both given name and surname.

Category

Genealogy

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Czestochowa Radomsko Area Research Group

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Principal Officer

Dr. Daniel Kazez

BIO

Daniel Kazez (Springfield, Ohio), president of CRARG, is a tenured full professor at Wittenberg University. Dr. Kazez is the author of numerous articles and two books and has given speeches and lectures in many of the world?s major cities. He has guided the Czestochowa-Radomsko Area Research Group for three years as the organization has amassed well over half a million highly detailed records of Jews living throughout Poland. Dr. Kazez brings to CRARG the same research skills and attention to detail that he uses in his academic and professional life.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

David Rose

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