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History of the settlement of Jews in Paducah and the lower Ohio valley

by Isaac W. Bernheim

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Published in Paducah, Ky .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jews -- Kentucky.,
  • Paducah (Ky.) -- History.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF460.J5 B52, Microfilm 49472 F
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p.l., 13-78 p.
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23304952M
    LC Control Number31013297

    The history of Jews in Ohio dates back to , when Joseph Jonas, a pioneer, came from England and made his home in drew after him a number of English Jews, who held Orthodox-style divine service for the first time in Ohio in , and, as the community grew, organized themselves in into the first Jewish congregation of the Ohio Valley, the B'ne Israel. We hope that you find this information both intrinsically rewarding and a reminder and stimulus to help preserve the old history of our Jewish community, both in the South and elsewhere. History of Settlement of Jews in Paducah and the Lower Ohio Valley, Isaac W. Bernheim, Gemiluth Chassed Temple, Port Gibson, Mississippi.

    Bernheim, Isaac W. History of the Settlement of Jews in Paducah and the Lower Ohio Valley. Paducah, Ky., 78 pp. [18] A brief sketch of the origins of Paducah Jewry. A chapter on the Civil War hero, Col. Gabriel Netter, is included. Bernheimer, Charles S. (Ed.) The Russian Jew in the United. As Jewish immigration surged over the century between and , Jews began to find homes in the Ohio River Valley. In Jewish Communities on the Ohio River, Amy Hill Shevitz chronicles the settlement and evolution of Jewish communities in small towns on both banks of the river -- towns such as East Liverpool and Portsmouth, Ohio, Wheeling.

    8th. The settlement opposite Wheeling was in what is now Pease Township, Belmont county. In many parts of the State after the permanent settlers became located, tracts were found which had been partially cleared and a new growth of timber formed. Especially was this the case along the Ohio, on the same ground passed over by Ensign Armstrong. History of the Settlement of Jews in Paducah and the Lower Ohio Valley, in Compilation of Published Sources History of the Settlement of Jews in Paducah and the Lower Ohio Valley.


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History of the Settlement of Jews in Paducah and the Lower Ohio Valley (Paducah, Ky., ), pp. The history of the Ashland congregations is best summarized in Harold Freedman of Ashland, letter to the author, J 6. The standard account of the creation of the Chevra Yeshurum Burial Society and of Bene Yeshurum is in.

In Bernheim wrote a book called “History of the Settlement of Jews in Paducah and the Lower Ohio Valley.” In it he wrote favorably about Morris Uri and included mentions of two of Nathan’s sisters, one of them his wife Amanda.

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