How Can I Get an Exhibit for My Western Pioneer Jewish Ancestors?

We define Western Jewish Pioneer Ancestors as those who settled in States/areas West of the Mississippi and lived the main part of their lives no later than 1920. (Wisconsin, Alaska, Hawaii included.)

An Exhibit of your Pioneer Jews Ancestors is not meant to be a complete Biography.

We need as much of the requested information that follows: Facts only. You need not write full sentences.

Pioneer’s Name?

Year Born?

Where born?

Parent’s Name(s) & Siblings?

When, Where and How he/she arrived in North America.

Year of Naturalization? 

Along the way . . . . (What he/she did to get to final destination in America)?

Arrived destination- where and what year?

How supported Self:

Company Name(s)?

Jewish Community Involvement?

Civic Involvements:

Social Organization Involvements?


Married Whom & When?



When and where passed away, year?

Where Buried?

When & Where Spouse passed away?

Where Buried?

Any newspaper quotes during life?

Obituary quotes?

Pictures (Please contact us for photo information)

Then we need . . . .

Your Name, relationship?

Your phone# and e-mail for correspondence?

Once we have enough information we will create the Exhibit and advise you how to get to it on your computer where you can advise us where to correct, add-to, delete, etc.

There is no charge for this – although donations keep us going.


Copy the basic information requests above and then paste them on to a “Word” document. Add a number of spaces between each item requested and then just fill in all the information on the “Word” document which will expand at each question as you add material.

Then simply e-mail the page(s) to us at:

For questions, advice, etc. call us at (818) 225-9631  (Pacific Time)

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