November 19, 2015, Oral History Project, Alan Bernstein
The Felshtin Society began its Oral History Project in October, 2015 in order to better understand how the the events surrounding the pogrom of 1919 may have impacted successive generations. Each video is a first generation’s recollection of the development of their family and how they faced the challenges of acculturation in a new place. The Society’s plan is to study the histories and present significant findings at our centennial memorial to be held in New York, April, 2019.
Oral History #1 – Norman Oksman, October 10 2015
Oral History #2 – Mel Werbach, November 19, 2015
Oral History #3 – Sam & Martha Werbach, April 10, 1989
Oral History #4 – Oral History of Anita Uberman Goldman, May 31, 2016
Oral History #5 – Oral History of the Stillerman Family, June 7, 2016