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Western States Jewish History Journal, Volume 51

Volume 51                                                         Issue Numbers 1 thru 4 Western States Jewish History Issue #1, now in progress, to be completed

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Western States Jewish History Journal, Volume 51, #1

Volume 51                                                         Number #1 Western States Jewish History General John Monash Jewish Hero of Australia   Western States Jewish

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The Tombstones of Sir John and Lady Monash of Melbourne, Australia

by Donald H. Harrison MELBOURNE, Australia – On his tombstone, the inscription says simply: “To the memory of John Monash. Born June 27th1865.  Died October 8th 1931. Mourned in love and pride.” This sparse inscription was his family’s answer to the charge that all Monash was interested in

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Reuben Goldstein & Family, Pioneer Jewish Fur Traders and Merchants in Juneau, Alaska

Reuben Goldstein  Values Codes: I-E-L   Reuben “Robert” Goldstein was born in 1831 in Russia.   Along the way . . . As a youth, Reuben Goldstein went to London to work in the fur trade. Reuben Goldstein then moved on to Canada.   Alaska In 1883,

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Solomon Levinson, Jewish Boxing Glove Manufacturer of San Francisco

Solomon Levinson Values Codes: I-E-L Solomon Levinson was born in 1867 in Lake County, California. He was the fifth child of Abraham and Henrietta Levinson.   Abraham, born in Zempelburg, Prussia in 1826 settled in Napa, California in 1850 where he opened a general merchandise store. In

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