2 edition of pioneer Jews of Utah found in the catalog.
pioneer Jews of Utah
Leon Laizer Watters
|Statement||by Leon L. Watters.|
|Series||Studies in American Jewish history ;, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||F835.J5 W38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 199 p. :|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||52011645|
According to Cyril Leonoff in Pioneer Jews of British Columbia (Western States Jewish History & The Scribe / Jewish Historical Society of B.C. $20, ), the first Jews known to have reached Vancouver Island were adventurers of Polish, Prussian and Germanic origin, stirred by gold fever in Salt Lake City, Utah: Utah pioneers book publishing company Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number ucb_banc:GLAD Camera 5D .
The Pioneer Jews of Utah (Studies in American Jewish history): Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store Coupons Manufacturer: American Jewish Historical Society. As with Jews everywhere, members of the earlier generations sought the best in education for their youngsters–in Utah, as elsewhere, Jews remain People of the Book in more ways than one. Prior to the turn of the century, a handful of Utah young people went east or to California to attend universities.
Mary and her family arrived in Lehi, Utah, in Emily Hill—16 years old. Also among the stories of extraordinary pioneer youth is that of Emily Hill, who was the first in her family to join the Church, at and left her home in England for Zion with her sister despite facing opposition. Linda Petersen Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area Email: [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sept. 11, Jewish community of Clarion to be memorialized in Gunnison Gunnison, Utah (Sept. 11, ) .
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OCLC Number: Notes: "Biographies": pages "List of persons buried in B'nai Israel Cemetery (as of )": pages  Description. Pioneer Jews of Utah Hardcover – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" — — — Hardcover — Amazon Book Review Free book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and cturer: See notes.
The pioneer Jews of Utah by Leon Laizer Watters,American Jewish Historical Society edition, in English. The Pioneer Jews of Utah. New York: American Jewish Historical Society, First paperback edition.
Paperback. Octavo [23 cm] Tan and black printed wrappers. Good condition. There are a number of short closed tears and chips in the edges of the spine and wraps. The text block is starting to pull away from the covers.
Octavo. pages, bibliography, index (Studies in American Jewish History, Number 2). A fascinating account of the first Jews to settle in Utah as the earliest Mormons used the ideas of ancient Israel referring to Zion as their homeland; in fact, the Mormons thought the Jews should have Palestine restored as their true homeland.
New York: American Jewish Historical Society, First Edition. Octavo. Item # pages, bibliography, index Studies in American Jewish History, Number 2. Pioneer Jews of Utah book fascinating account of the first Jews to settle in Utah as the earliest Mormons used the ideas of ancient Israel referring to Zion as their homeland; in fact, the Mormons thought the Jews should have Palestine restored as.
The Pioneer Jews of Utah. Watters, Leon Laizer. Format Book Published New York, American Jewish Historical Society, Language English Series Studies in American Jewish History Description viii, p.
illus., ports. 24 cm. Series Statement Studies in American Jewish history no. New York: American Jewish Historical Society, First Edition. Wraps. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ tall. Very Good. Item # Studies in American Jewish History # 2.
Frontispeice. Photos of people and buildings. B/W. yapped edges. The American Jewish Yearbook of numbered Utah Jews at 5, This figure is suspect, and the yearbook gives the more probable number of 1, Jewish names were very prominent in the formation of Masonic lodges in Utah as early as Similarly, Jews were also among the early founders of Odd Fellows lodges in Utah in Home | Pioneer Book.
40th Anniversary Sale: Huge IN-STORE Savings. Reserve your week to browse and save up to 47% with savings vouchers. The pioneer Jews of Utah. Statement of Responsibility: by Leon L. Watters Authors: Watters, Leon "The object in writing this book has been to form a permanent record of the early Jews of Utah.
Only fragmentary records of Utah's Jewish pioneers are available. Jews rode the range on cattle ranches – I kid you not, one of my favorite features in the book is a two-page spread of cattle brands used by Jewish ranchers. Jews wore lawmen’s badges – Emil Harris was a Los Angeles police chief known who, the Rochlins write, “captured bank robbers, solved murders and larcenies, controlled the Reviews: 1.
paper reports. But this book is far superior to the helter-skelter job Archer B. Hulbert did on a couple of the Sibley diaries ina solid work of scholarship which I, for one, am happy to have at hand.
Salt Lake City, Utah Dale L. Morgan The Pioneer Jews of Utah. By Leon L. Waiters. (New York, American Jewish Historical Society,v. [Book review of] The pioneer Jews of Utah. [Leland Hargrave Creer] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
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Eileen Hallet Stone’s A Homeland In The West: Utah Jews Remember (University of Utah Press) includes oral histories and conversations with pioneers. Sam Aaron (), the son of a frontiersman, was the first Jewish boy born in Salt Lake City. With more than photographs, extensive interviews with the descendants of pioneer Jewish Texan families, and reproductions of rare historical documents, Natalie Ornish’s Pioneer Jewish Texans quickly became a classic following its original release in This new Texas A&M University Press edition presents Ornish’s meticulous research and her fascinating historical vignettes for a new Reviews: 1.
The purpose of this book is to form a permanent record of the early Jews of Utah. This covers their migration into Utah in the nineteenth century. Houghton Mifflin, Jan 1, - Jews - pages 2 Reviews The definitive, richly illustrated chronicle of Jewish life on the American frontier, with over captivating photographs in black-and-white.4/5(2).
Book and CD Sales for Lesson books and music CDs for the year are available for curbside purchase at the Pioneer Memorial Museum. Title: The pioneer Jews of Utah (Studies in American Jewish history) Author Name: Leon Laizer Watters Categories: Judaica, Publisher: American Jewish Historical Society: Binding: Hard Cover Book Condition: Good Type: Hard Cover Seller ID: "Jewish Pioneers, Temple Due Honors," appeared in the Novem Tucson Citizen.
It gives snapshots of the lives of pioneer Jews Samuel and Philip Drachman, Albert Steinfeld, Isodore Gotthelf, and Sam Mansfeld. How did Jewish pioneers living in Tucson in the 19th century maintain rituals?
The book seemed to focus on the "upper echelon" of Jewish immigrants, the huge success stories- possibly because the author could find the most information about these people.
But, it did give a 1-sided slant to this history This was an interesting read, full of stories about Jewish individuals & families in the American west.4/5(2).