Consist of the Following:
Being an Affiliated Member of the Jewish Museum of the American West will allow you be part of this exciting adventure to educate both the Jewish Community and the General Community about the very large role that Pioneer Jews played in the development of the Wild West.
This is a story of which all generations should be aware.
By gathering the biographies and organizational histories throughout the Wild West, we can all proudly show our early contributions to this half of the United States.
Historians of the East Coast will have to recognize that we not only have our own unique history – different from the East – but a history worth noting and acknowledging in their own writings.
Most important, we will be able to gather Patterns of Behavior common to Jewish Pioneers throughout the early days of the American West
You may become an Affiliat if you are:
1. A Western Jewish Historical Society
2. A Western Historian – with or without “letters”
3. A Western Jewish Museum
4. A Western Jewish Geneological Society
5. A Library that subscribes to the Western States Jewish History Journal
Initial Affiliated Western Jewish Historians
Lawrencen D. Bell
David W. Epstein
Jeremy G. Frankel
Lynn C. Kronzek
Affiliated Jewish Historical Societies, Jewish Genealogical Societies & Jewish Museums.
Join us today. Contact: DavidEpstein@JMAW.org or (818) 225-9631
Arizona Jewish Historical Society/Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center, Phoenix
Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento
Jewish Historical Society of San Diego
Jewish Historical Society of the Napa Valley
Jewish History Museum of Tucson, Arizona
Louis Rose Society of San Diego
Sacramento Area Jewish Genealogical Society
San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society
Western States Jewish History Association
All Affiliated Members may have their lectures, programs, new books, etc. listed in our Virtual Museum at no fee as soon as we start our lecture and new book listings.
For information, Contact:
David W. Epstein, Publisher [Click Here]
Western States Jewish History/The Jewish Museum of the American West