Location Index #2 – Canada, Mexico & Pacific Rim, etc

WSJH Journal Index #2

Index by Geographical Location of Articles

This is a secondary index. If the item can be located in the “Person” Index, it will not be on the “Location” Index.

General Location; Article Title; Author; Volume/Issue*

* Example:   21/4 = Vol. 21, No. 4

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Canada

General

Jewish Minister, David Arnold Croll, Awarded Cabinet Post in Liberal Sweep, 1934; Abner Philipson; 31/1

Jewish Beginnings in the Canadian Far West, 1858; Norton B. Stern; 30/4

Jewish Farmers of Western Canada; Part 1; Cyril E. Leonoff; 16/1

Jewish Farmers of Western Canada; Part 2; Cyril E. Leonoff; 16/3

Jewish Farmers of Western Canada; Part 3; Cyril E. Leonoff; 16/4

John Weinfield: First Jewish Pharmacist of Calgary; Stanley Winfield; 30/2

Moss, Morris: Fur Trader and Indian Agent, Western Canada; Norton B. Stern; 47/1

My Canadian Jewish Childhood; Monty Hall; 26/6

Tribute to Canadian Small Town Jews, Past and Present; 30/3

Western Canadian Jewish Farmers: a 1908 Report; 9/4

Western Canadian Report of 1859; 9/1

Alberta

85 Years in Southern Alberta; Max Berkovich; 26/3

Calgary’s Eighth Avenue Log Cabin: 50 Years as a Jewish Business; Jack Switzer; 42/4

Drumheller; Home to an Active Jewish Community; Jack Switzer; 42/4

Early Jewish Communities in Central Alberta; Myra Paperny; 42/4

Faith and Humanity: Calgary’s National Council of Jewish Women; Jack Switzer; 42/4

John Weinfield: First Jewish Pharmacist of Calgary, Canada; Stanley Winfield; 30/2

Leaving Russia;1881-1914; David Bickman; 42/4

Moses Solomon: Partner in Shameful and Bloody Whiskey Trade in Souther Alberta, Canada; Jack Switzer; 47/1

British Columbia

Abraham Levi: Father of Victoria Jewry; Robert W. Shook; 9/2

Celebrating 150 Years: Synagogue Emanu-El of Victoria, Vancouver Island, 1863-2013; Cyril E. Leanoff; 46/1

A Century of Life in Western Canada; Michael Levenston; 42/4

Beginnings in the Canadian Far West; Norton B. Stern; 21/1

Pioneers Contribute to Build Western Canada’s First Synagogue, 1862-1863; Allan Klenman; 22/3

Cyril Leonoff: British Columbia Historian; David Ferman; 26/3

First Jewish Settler of British Columbia; Norton B. Stern; 16/3

Frederick Landsberg: A Pioneer Indian Art Dealer in Victoria, Canada; Ronald, W. Hawker; 23/2

Simon Leiser, Principal Merchant of Vancouver Island; Cyril E. Leonoff; 27/4

Hadassah: Early Archives in Vancouver; 42/4

Harry L. Salmon of Victoria; Cyril E. Leonoff; 22/4

The Jacob-Petersky Anthology in British Columbia; Sarah H. Tobe; 47/1

Leonard Frank of British Columbia: Artist of Photography: A Picture Story; Allan Klenman; 18/4

Letters from the Front During the Great War; Cyril E. Leonoff; 23/4

Murder on the North Trail: Jewish Merchants in the Cariboo, Early 1860’s; Marie Elliot; 23/2

Pioneer Jewish Merchants of Vancouver Island; Cyril E. Leonoff; 13/1

Pioneer of the Soft Drink Industry in Western Canada; Norton B. Stern; 22/3

Restoration and Re-Dedication of the Jewish Cemetery at Mountain View, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1892-2015; Cyril E. Leonoff; 48/2.

The Story of the “Great Cold”, Clinton, Canada, 1915-1916; Amalie Petersky; 47/1.

Vancouver Jewish Life: 1886-1986; Cyril E. Leonoff; 19/4

Vancouver Jewish Life: 1886-1986; Part 2; Cyril E. Leonoff; 20/1

Victoria’s Jewish Cemetery; Geoffrey Castle; 42/4

Victoria, Vancouver Island,  Synagogue Emanu-El 1863-2013; Cyril E. Leonoff; 46/1

Victoria, Vancouver Island: Birth of a Jewish Community; Cyril E. Leonoff; 24/4

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; A Significant Young Man; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; Aftermath; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; Diverse Pursuits; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; Elections; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; Emigration and Fiscal Woes; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; Family Matters; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; Migration; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; Regional Updates; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; Restoration; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; To the Golden Regions and Back; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; War and the Home Front; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; Isolation or Union; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada; Late-Victorian Capitalists; Sarah H. Tobe; 46/2-3

Saskatchewan

Hirsch Farm Settlement in Saskatchewan; 12/4

Jewish Pioneer Settlements in Saskatchewan, Canada, 1884+; A. J. Arnold; 31/1

Starting a Jewish Cemetary in Saskatchewan, Canada; Clara Lander; 31/2

Winnipeg

Peddler’s Plight: A View from Winnipeg; Arthur A. Cheil; 29/2; 47/1

Winnipeg, Canada; Peddler’s Plight: A View from Winnipeg; Arthur A. Cheil; 47/1

Yukon Territory

First Jewish Services at Dawson, Yukon Territory, 1898; Charles S. Rosner; 11/2

Dawson City, Klondike Jewish Cemetery; Norman Eli Kagen; 31/4

Jews in the Yukon Territory and their Cemetery; Norton B. Stern; 14/4

Mexico

A Latin Dichotomy; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Bernsteins of Baja, California: A Gallery Story; 7/2

Daniel Levy: Entrepreneur in Mexico; 8/4

First Jews in Mexico: They Rode with Cortez; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

German Jew in Liberal Mexico: Isidoro Epstein, 1851-1894; Corinne Krause; 9/1

Interesting Accounts of the Travels of Abraham Abrahamsohn; Part 2; Abraham Abrahamsohn; 1/4

Jewish Colony in Baja, California: A Half Century of Hope and Frustration; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 22/4

Jewish Community in Mexico City; 1924-1935; Philip L. Seman; 43/2

Letters from Mexico in 1908; Martin Zielonka; 12/3

Letter from Mexico in 1908; Part 2; Martin Zielonka; 12/4

Look at Life in Mexico Through Jewish Periodicals, 1859-1879; Corinne Krause; 7/4

Louis Mendelson: Baja California Statesman; Donald Chaput; 19/2

Sr. Arnold Belkin: Mexican Jewish Artist from Calgary, Canada: A Memoir of the Artist; Part 1; William M. Kramer; 26/3

Sr. Arnold Belkin: Mexican Jewish Artist from Calgary, Canada: A Memoir of the Artist; Part 2; William M. Kramer; 26/4

Tel Aviv Instead of Tijuana?; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Two Views of an International Jewish Community: Brownsville, Texas and Matamoros, Mexico; 10/4

Viva Pancho Villa?; 12/1

Pacific Rim, etc.

Pacific Rim; Jews in the News around the Pacific Rim; 47/3-4

Australia

Interesting Accounts of the Travels of Abraham Abrahamsohn; Part 3; Abraham Abrahamsohn; 2/1

Interesting Accounts of the Travels of Abraham Abrahamsohn; Part 4; Abraham Abrahamsohn; 2/2

Brazil

Crypto-Jews of Brazil: Finding Our Lost Brothers and Sisters; Arthur Benveniste; 29/3

China

Cohen, Morris Abraham; General Two-Gun Cohen, The Chinese Connection, 1887-1970; Part 1; E. P. Stein; 32/1

Jewish Diaspora in China: Report on a Conference at Harvard; Stephen O. Lesser; 25/1

Jews of Singapore; Terry O. Glick; 25/2

Letter and a Jewish Article in Chinese; 26/2

Out of China: Pearl S. Buck’s Solution to the Jewish Problem; David Bittner; 26/1

Tsingtao, China: Another Jewish Community on the Pacific Rim; Heinz J. Pulverman; 28/1

India

News Items from the Exotic East, 1934; 31/1

Sukkah in India: Back from Buddah, Azriel Cohen’s Outreach; Andrea Jacobs; 31/1

Japan

Beit Shalom Visitor Centers in Japan; Donald H. Harrison; 30/2

Japanese Believe They Belong to Lost Tribe; Susan Bellos; 26/2

Raphael Schoyer: A California Sephardic Jew Becomes Mayor of Yokohama; William M. Kramer; 28/3

New Zealand

Yom Kippur in 1868; 19/3

Rabbinic Student Visits New Zealand, 1914; Harvey B. Franklin; 14/2

Panama

Jews of Panama, 1913; A. E. Dorbin; 11/3

Tahiti

Jew Who Married into the Royal Family of Tahiti; Ida G. Cowan; 25/4

Third World

Judaism Against a Backdrop of Life in Third World Countries: A View from the American West; Gray, Hope Anker and GeorgeJ. Fogelson; 30/1

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