Russell St., historic hub of Orangeburg's commercial life, was home to Jewish merchants for over 160 years. German Jews began settling in Orangeburg in the 1830s, followed in the next century by Eastern . . . — — Map (db m103381) HM
De los 6 millones de Judíos asesinados durante el Holocausto, entre 1939 a 1945, 1.5 millones eran niños. Ana Frank fue una entre todos ellos. “A pesar de todo, sigo creyendo que las personas son realmente buenas de corazón”. Ana Frank . . . — — Map (db m190723) HM WM
In gratitude to the people of Britain for saving the lives of 10,000 unaccompanied mainly Jewish children who fled from Nazi persecution in 1938 and 1939.
“Whosoever rescues a single soul is credited as though they had saved the whole . . . — — Map (db m117258) HM
Jews have been part of the social, economic and cultural life of Iowa since the early 19th century. It was not until 1855 that the Jewish population in Keokuk grew large enough to establish a religious community, Congregation B’nai Israel ( . . . — — Map (db m27084) HM
Recalling the elaborate rail system used during the Holocaust to transport millions of people to their deaths, the concrete monoliths symbolize two abandoned rail cars. Haunting messages, written by a survivor, are the only freight these rail . . . — — Map (db m183360) HM
Jewish Americans have been part of Mississippi’s economic, social and political life since the 1780’s. In 1843, the Jewish community of Natchez grew large enough to organize and sustain the state’s first permanent religious congregation, Temple . . . — — Map (db m79345) HM
Jews have been part of Nebraska’s social, economic and political life since the mid 1800’s.
It was not until 1871 that the small Jewish community in Omaha grew large enough to organize and formally found Congregation of Israel.
On Sept. . . . — — Map (db m40743) HM
Jews have lived in Oklahoma since the mid 19th century. In 1903, Jews in Oklahoma City organized Temple B'Nai Israel. During its first few years, the congregation met at several local churches. The synagogue, located at 50 Broadway Circle, was . . . — — Map (db m134144) HM
In 1883 members of Columbia’s Jewish community founded the Hebrew Cemetery Society of Columbia as an alternative to the Hebrew Benevolent Society’s cemetery, which had been established in 1822. The organization purchased a 4-acre tract bounded by . . . — — Map (db m123490) HM
Side 1 In 1905 disagreements over religious practices divided members of Columbia’s Tree of Life Synagogue. Jews embracing Orthodoxy formed a new synagogue, which they named Beth Shalom (House of Peace). Meetings were held in a private home . . . — — Map (db m123492) HM
In 1896 members of 18 Jewish families assembled to worship at the Independent Fire Company’s station overlooking Sidney Park. Organized as Etz Chayim (Tree of Life), this group’s members embraced Judaism’s Reform branch or liberal movement. In 1907, . . . — — Map (db m123491) HM
Delaware’s first Jewish farmers, Isaac and Ida Beinoff, settled here in 1897. Like those to follow, they were recent immigrants fleeing poverty and oppression in their native Russia. Between 1912 and 1929, the Jewish Agriculture Society, based in . . . — — Map (db m142529) HM
Jews have been part of Tennessee’s economic, social and political life since the late 18th century. Congregation Children of Israel, chartered by the State of Tennessee, March 2, 1854, rented and eventually purchased a building near this site at . . . — — Map (db m84648) HM
Im Jahre 1933 lebten in Hamburg 24.000 Juden.
Hier begann der Weg tausender jüdischer Bürger Hamburgs, der in den Vernichtungslagern des Nazi-Regimes endete.
In 1933, 24,000 Jewish . . . — — Map (db m140236) HM
Segueix la línia interior del mur romà.
No tenia sortida
al carrer del Call, i,
per un pont elevat,
es comunicava directament amb el
Castell Nou, una
construïda sobre la
porta romana. . . . — — Map (db m142352) HM
Carrer principal del
Call, on es concentraven la Sinagoga
Major, la carnisseria
i les cases dels membres més importants
de la comunitat.
En un extrem hi havia
el portal d'accés al barri.
- . . . — — Map (db m142358) HM
El Call Major.
Barri jueu medieval,
Límit est del barri.
A l'extrem hi havia
un dels portals
d'accés al Call i, en
un carreró ara
desaparegut, la font,
la . . . — — Map (db m141496) HM
(Catalan:) Límit nord del Call.
A la dreta limitava
amb els dominis
episcopals i a
tallat pel mur romà.
No s'obrí fins a final
del segle XIV, vers el
carrer de la Palla.
. . . — — Map (db m142359) HM
Modern square in
the centre of the old
The Call was the
quarter inhabited by
the Jewish community in medieval
Barcelona. The word
Call means narrow
street. The community was called Aljama and . . . — — Map (db m141161) HM
Remembering Austrian Jewish Artist
and his devoted wife
Rosa nee Feinstein
who fled Vienna to England in 1938
to escape the Nazi Holocaust.
They moved to Mousehole in 1948.
Because of Rosa's love . . . — — Map (db m206534) HM WM
Leopold (Leo) Samuel Marks, MBE lived flat 410 Park West,
when Chief of Codes at Special Operations Executive (SOE) in WW2. He was a key trainer of secret agents sent to defeat the Nazis.
Set a watch before my mouth Lord:
and over the . . . — — Map (db m205212) HM
Jews have been part of Alabama’s economic, social and political life since 1764. It was not until 1841 that Mobile’s small Jewish community grew large enough to organize “Congregation” Shaarai Shomayim (Gates of Heaven). The community . . . — — Map (db m27083) HM
Buried here are the remains of Tom McLaury, Frank McLaury, Billy Clanton - killed in Earp Clanton battle Oct 26, 1881.
Dan Dowd, Red Sample, Bill DeLancy, Dan Kelly: Tex Howard hanged legally by Sheriff Ward for Bisbee massacre Mar 1884, John . . . — — Map (db m100173) HM
From 1882 to 1887, an ornate two-story space on the second floor of this building served as the social hall for the Concordia Association – an organization established in 1864 to help Jewish immigrant families adapt to their new lives in . . . — — Map (db m78014) HM
was our whole life.”
Albert Small, born in the neighborhood in 1902.
This is the oldest surviving synagogue building in Washington. Constructed in 1875 by Adas Israel Congregation, and . . . — — Map (db m29761) HM
Leavenworth - Gateway to the West and Headquarters of the Department of the Missouri - was the supply base for settlers and emigrants to the vast region lying west to the Pacific Ocean. Selected because of the excellence of its site, the . . . — — Map (db m50902) HM
“August Bondi was born July 21, 1831, in Vienna, Austria. The Bondis, Jewish European refugees, fled the Austrian Empire after the failed revolutions of 1848 and settled in St. Louis, Missouri. August Bondi moved to Pottawatomie Creek in . . . — — Map (db m134060) HM
During the early morning hours of February 3, 1943, the USAT Dorchester was part of a convoy of six ships heading for Greenland when an enemy u-boat attacked, firing a torpedo into the ship's midsection. The Dorchester quickly began taking on water . . . — — Map (db m41887) HM
Since the territorial days of 1870's, Jewish people have played an important role in the social, economic and cultural life of South Dakota. In the 1880's, Sioux Falls experienced an influx of Reformed Jews from Germany, who became some of the . . . — — Map (db m134205) HM
Jews have been part of Utah’s religious, economic, social, and political life since the mid-19th century. Congregation B’Nai Israel was organized in 1874. The first service was held in March, 1883. B’Nai Israel merged with Congregation Montefiore in . . . — — Map (db m35792) HM
The first Permanent Jewish Synagogue in Wyoming was erected in 1915 by Cheyenne’s Mt. Sinai Congregation. German Jewish merchants came to Cheyenne starting in 1867, organized but were unable to build a Synagogue. After 1900, with the arrival of . . . — — Map (db m27087) HM
Jewish American pioneers significantly contributed to the commercial development and establishment of responsible government in Deadwood. For example, gritty Jewish westerner, Sol Star, arrived in Deadwood in 1876 with his business partner Seth . . . — — Map (db m183220) HM
De 1942 à 1944, plus de 700 enfants juifs
demeurant dans le 10ème arrondissement
furent déportés dans les camps d'extermination.
Parmi eux, 75 tout-petits furent arrachés à
leur famille et sont morts sans sépulture.
Afin d'honorer . . . — — Map (db m214803) HM WM
Arrétés par la police du Gouvernement de Vichy, complice du l’occupant nazi, plus de 11400 enfants furent déportés de France de 1942 à 1944 et assassinés dans les camps de extermination parce qu’ils étaient nés juifs.
Plus de 700 . . . — — Map (db m214850) HM WM
A la mémoire des élèves de cette école
déportés de 1942 a 1944 parce que nés juifs,
victimes innocentes de la barbarie nazie
avec la complicité du gouvernement de Vichy.
Ils furent exterminés dans les camps de la mort.
140 . . . — — Map (db m214798) HM WM
A la mémoire des élèves du cette école, déportés de 1942 a 1944 parce que nés juifs, victimes innocentes de la barbarie nazie et du gouvernement de vichy.
Plus de 300 enfants du 9ème Arrondissement on été exterminés dans les camps de la mort. . . . — — Map (db m86568) WM
A la mémoire des enfants, élèves de cette école
déportés de 1942 a 1944 parce qu'ils étaient nés juifs,
victimes innocentes de la barbarie nazie
avec la complicité active
du Gouvernement de Vichy.
Ils furent exterminés dans les . . . — — Map (db m215845) WM
Arretes par la police du Gouvernement de Vichy, complice du l’occupant nazi, plus de 11000 enfants furent deportés de France de 1942 à 1944 et assassinés a Auschwitz parce qu’ils étaient nés juifs.
Une centaine de ces enfants . . . — — Map (db m214801) HM WM
Der „Judenkirchhof” war der Bestattungsplatz der jüdischen Einwohner und lag ursprünglich außerhalb der ersten Stadtmauer.
Bereits seit 1339 bezeichnete man den Platz als „coemeterium Judaeorum” (Begräbnisplatz der Juden).
In . . . — — Map (db m77690) HM
Im letzten Drittel des. 14. Jahrhunderts siedelten sich jüdische Einwohner auf dem Gebiet unmittelbar außerhalb der früheren Stadtmauer an.
Der Name „Judengasse” ist seit 1377 belegt. Sowohl jüdische als auch christliche Mieter . . . — — Map (db m77705) HM
[Marker text in German:]
Urkundlich nachweisbar genehmigte im Jahr 1425 Fürstbischof Johann II v. Brunn die Ansässigmachung von Juden in Gerolzhofen. Viele jüdische Mitbürger engagierten sich im öffentlichen Leben und genossen Vertrauen . . . — — Map (db m58963) HM
In der Schrannenhalle
an dieser Strasse
wurde am 27. November 1941
die erste Deportation
Würzburger u. Fränkischer Juden
in die Vernichtungslager
des . . . — — Map (db m125273) HM WM
Älteste erhaltene jüdische
der Stadt Frankfurt am Main
Oldest preserved Jewish
burying place of
the city of Frankfurt am Main
Earliest . . . — — Map (db m141534) HM WM
Hier war das nördliche Tor zur
Judengasse, in der Frankfurts Juden
von 1462 bis zur Aufhebung des
Ghettozwangs 1811 in großer Enge
Here was located the northern gate to "Jew's Lane", in which Frankfurt's . . . — — Map (db m135468) HM
[Title is text - French and Russian text not transcribed]
“So that the generation to come might know, the children, yet to be born, that they too may rise and declare to their children.” (Psalm 78:6) — — Map (db m80867) HM WM
[Hebrew not transcribed]
In 1740 The first Jewish hostel in Jaffa
was established here
which included a synagogue and a mikve
The synagogue re-opened in 1948
by Libyan Jews is still in use — — Map (db m209610) HM
Monumento Conmemorativo a los 100 años de Inmigración Judía a México El corazón del inmigrante es tan voluble como el mar sobre la arena: se hincha con el deseo de alcanzar lo que está por venir, hasta que la fuerza de ese deseo se . . . — — Map (db m135893) HM
aan allen die tijdens de duitse
bezetting hebben geholpen
joodse kinderen voor
deportie te behoeden
To all those who helped to protect Jewish children from . . . — — Map (db m120826) WM
Aan het bestuur, leden
en kinderen dezer speel
tuinafdeling die in de
jaren 1940-1945 werden
gedeporteerd en niet
In remembrance of the leaders, . . . — — Map (db m214797) WM
Dit was de plaats waar zij de eeuwige en elkaar ontmoetten.
tot ze so maar weg waren
29 april 1942
voormalige synagoge 1840-1942
This was the place where they met the eternal . . . — — Map (db m214834) HM WM
Jewish Rest, also known as the Old Hebrew Burial Ground, is the oldest Jewish cemetery in Alabama. The land was purchased on June 22, 1841 by the congregation of Sha'arai Shomayim Umaskil el Dol of the Needy), Alabama's first and longest . . . — — Map (db m212911) HM
In honor of
the Arizonans of
the Jewish faith
who gave their lives
in the service
of our country in World War II
Sgt. Leno Off April, 1943 • Sgt. Eli Gold - Dec. 29, 1943 • Sgt. Elmer I. Rosner - July 8, 1944 • Lt. Harry . . . — — Map (db m27677) HM
On September 18, 1857, Congregation B’nai Israel of Jackson dedicated on this site the first synagogue in the Mother Lode. High holiday worship continued until 1869 when the larger Masonic Hall was used to accommodate the congregation. The wooden . . . — — Map (db m100588) HM
Thousands of Jewish emigrants escaping religious persecution and economic oppression in Germany and Eastern Europe joined the Gold Rush to California.
They brought with them a strong work ethic and religious conviction. These settlers were . . . — — Map (db m61497) HM
The Hebrew Benevolent Society of Los Angeles (1854), first charitable organization in the city, acquired this site from the city council by deed of April 9, 1855. This purchase of a sacred burial ground represented the first organized community . . . — — Map (db m122688) HM
Dedicated to all American who offered their lives in support of freedom throughout the world.
Dedicated February 24, 2003 by Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., LCDR Ben Dobris Post 750, Palm Springs.
Donated By Wiefels & Son Funeral . . . — — Map (db m206278) WM
In a second floor room in a store which stood on this location, forty pioneers of Jewish faith gathered on Yom Kippur (5610) September 26, 1849, and participated in the first Jewish religious services in San Francisco.
State Registered Landmark . . . — — Map (db m40514) HM
Jewish Community Center
Stockton’s “Architect Laureate” Glen Allen designed this culturally important edifice. Built by Louis S. Peletz, it served the Stockton Jewish community and Temple Israel until 1964 when purchased by the . . . — — Map (db m103028) HM
"Set up for yourself roadmarks...the way by which you went. Return, O virgin of Israel" Jeremiah 31:21
Nearly 70 Jewish immigrants were settled in and near Cotopaxi. Facing insurmountable challenges, the ill equipped . . . — — Map (db m134127) HM
This building, once known as the Morrow Building, symbolizes the founding of an organized Jewish community in Delaware. Jews have been present in Delaware since the 1650's. Until the late 19th Century, the Jewish community was too small to maintain . . . — — Map (db m166679) HM
Eternal witnesses of man's need for the world brotherhood
Nathan H. Arenson •
Nathan Balick •
Arthur M. Blatman •
Nathan Blume •
Morton Carlis •
Herman Cohen •
Charles Edelberg • . . . — — Map (db m174916) WM
Jewish families in Pensacola began organized worship following the Civil War. On this site in 1876 a Reform Jewish Synagogue was constructed. The State of Florida granted a charter in 1878 for Congregation Beth El. Temple Beth El joined the Union of . . . — — Map (db m134326) HM
Medal of Honor Recipients
of the Jewish Faith
Benjamin Levy 3-1865 • Abraham Cohn 8-1865 • Leopoldo Karpeles 4-1870 • Simon Suhler 11-1876 • David Orbansky 8-1879 • Samuel Gross 5-1917 • Sydney G. Gumpertz 2-1919 • Benjamin Kaufman . . . — — Map (db m198455) WM
On this site, June 18, 1964, sixteen Jewish clergy
marching in protest for civil rights at the request of
the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
were arrested in the largest mass arrest
of rabbis in United States history.
St. . . . — — Map (db m153728) HM
Near this site on July 11, 1733, five months
after Oglethorpe founded Georgia, 42 Jewish
colonists, having sailed from London,
disembarked from the William and Sarah.
It was the largest group of Jews ever to sail
on one vessel from . . . — — Map (db m26707) HM
Established by Mordecai Sheftall on August 2, 1773 from lands granted him in 1762 by King George III as a parcel of land that "shall be, and forever remain, to and for the use and purpose of a Place of Burial for all persons whatever professing the . . . — — Map (db m14471) HM
Since Biblical times when Abraham purchased land to bury his wife Sarah, it has been considered a religious obligation for Jews to set aside land for interring their dead. Often before congregations were established burial societies were formed to . . . — — Map (db m57359) HM
The earliest recorded Jewish burials in Columbus were in historic Linwood Cemetery and in the Raphael Moses family cemetery, Esquiline. When the City of Columbus established Riverdale Cemetery in 1890, Temple Israel purchased a . . . — — Map (db m22943) HM
On this site stood, in 1851, the
first Jewish house of worship
in the State of Illinois
and the middle Northwest.
Kehlath Anshe Mayriv
Congregation Men of the West
Now known as K.A.M. Temple
Dedicated by the
Jewish . . . — — Map (db m134416) HM
Hebrew Society of Brotherly Love of South Bend established Jewish cemetery on this site 1859. First Jewish families settling in a new community typically organized a burial society before establishing a formal congregation. Before Civil War era, . . . — — Map (db m2759) HM
The Temple was created in 1976 by uniting Reform congregations Adath Israel and Brith Sholom. Adath Israel was chartered by Kentucky in 1842; it was the oldest Jewish congregation in Ky., 7th Reform in U.S., a founder of Union of American Hebrew . . . — — Map (db m161986) HM
Rebecca Rosenthal Judah
Rebecca Rosenthal Judah organized the National Council of Jewish Women, Louisville Section, and served as their president from 1896 to 1910. She worked to win women's right to vote and was also vice . . . — — Map (db m162000) HM
The Hebrew Benevolent Assn. of Shreveport purchased a quarter acre of Oakland Cemetery from the city in July, 1858. The resulting Jewish cemetery was Shreveport's first and Louisiana's fifth. This cemetery was used exclusively from 1858-1886 and . . . — — Map (db m139944) HM
Gemiluth Chassodim Synagogue was admitted to the National Register of Historic Places on January 29, 2014 as a notable example of the post-war architectural style known as Mid-Century Modern. It was designed by a member of the Congregation, . . . — — Map (db m124030) HM
The earliest known Jewish settler in the Alexandria-Pineville area was Henry Michael Hyams, whose name appears in the 1830 census. The earliest grave marker identifiable on this site tells that Augusta Bernstein, daughter of Samuel Bernstein, was . . . — — Map (db m38329) HM
Jacob Cousins Post 99, Jewish War Veterans of the USA, honors the memory of Maine's Jewish Fallen Heroes in the two great wars.
World War I Fallen Heroes, 1917 - 1918
Jacob Cousins, Portland •
Arthur Goldstein, Portland •
John A. . . . — — Map (db m204566) WM
In memory of
Portland's Jewish War Heroes
who died in World War II action
1941 - 1945
Samuel M. Citrin • Benjamin A. Cox •
Edward R. Goldstein • Louis S. Lane •
Herbert F. Meyers • Sidney R. Miller •
This . . . — — Map (db m186388) WM
Dedicated to all Jewish men and women of Maryland who served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America during War and Peace.
World War I
World War II
Korea . . . — — Map (db m131335) WM
Ezekiel Solomon, a native of Berlin, Germany, who had served with the British army, arrived at Michilimackinac in the summer of 1761.
He is Michigan’s first known resident of the Jewish faith.
Solomon was one of the most active Mackinac fur . . . — — Map (db m107159) HM
West Michigan Summer Resorts
After the American Civil War (1861-1865) a new wealthy class arose with the time and means to escape the grime of industrialized cities for the summer “Season.” In the 1870s the Little Traverse Bay region became . . . — — Map (db m182951) HM
At this site the first Jewish cemetery in Michigan was established in 1848-49. The Jews Society of Ann Arbor acquired burial rights to this land adjacent to what was then the public cemetery. Several years earlier, immigrants from Germany and . . . — — Map (db m127346) HM
Near this site, in 1850, a small group of German-Jewish immigrants gathered at the home of Isaac and Sarah Cozens and formed the Bet El Society. Here Marcus Cohen, a layman, conducted the first Jewish religious service in Detroit. The following . . . — — Map (db m174196) HM
Beth El, the first Jewish congregation in Michigan, was organized in Detroit on September 22, 1850, by 12 families. This half-acre cemetery, dedicated on January 1, 1851, was known then as “The Champlain Street Cemetery of Temple Beth El” because . . . — — Map (db m180884) HM
During the French and Indian War (1754-1763), the British took Canada from France and with it possession of French forts in the western Great Lakes region, including Detroit. The post remained an important center of trade . . . — — Map (db m33485) HM
900 Marginal. 1870. Although Jewish families have played an important role in Port Gibson life since the 1830's, burials were made in the Jewish cemetery in Natchez prior to 1870. — — Map (db m139180) HM
Rabbi Perry Nussbaum came to Beth Israel in 1954 and was an important voice for racial justice. Working with diverse ministers, he helped found the Committee of Concern, raising money for black churches burned by the Klan. In 1967, . . . — — Map (db m133848) HM
Jewish merchants contributed greatly to Meridian's growth. The Grand Opera House (MSU Riley Center) and the Threefoot Building stand as evidence of their business success. Although Jews were well accepted in Meridian, their support of Civil Rights . . . — — Map (db m111054) HM
The Jewish cemetery is located a few miles north of where you stand. It was the norm for organizations to have separate cemeteries. However the commonalities of the Comstock population are of more significance than separatism. Like their neighbors, . . . — — Map (db m134333) HM
Dedicated to the memory of the
men and women of Jewish faith
who gave their lives in the
service of their country.
Placed in their memory by the
Lt. James I. Platt Post No. 651
Jewish War Veterans
of the United States
August 19, . . . — — Map (db m63528) WM
The Jewish Agricultural Society founded an agri-industrial community here in the 1930s on land purchased by Gabriel Davidson. Backed by the Baron deHirsch, the program enabled Jewish families to poultry farm while maintaining jobs in New York and . . . — — Map (db m165715) HM
Long Branch Post 316
Jewis War Veterans
of the USA
through whose efforts
Oceanpointe Towers was erected
dedicates this site
in honor of the men and women who have served in our nation's armed forces and in memory of those who made . . . — — Map (db m209106) HM WM
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