Location Index #2 – Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana & Nebraska

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 = Volume 21, Issue #4

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Kansas

Adolph Gluck, The Jewish Mayor of Wild and Wooly Dodge City Retires; 30/2

Adolph Gluck: The Jewish Mayor of Wild and Wooly Dodge City, Kansas; Cary, Harry L.; 29/4

Beginning of Organized Jewish Life in Kansas, 1858; 12/4

Jewish Agricultural Colonies in the West: Kansas Example; Sapinsley, Elbert L.; 3/3

Shoot-out on the Airwaves of Dodge City, Kansas, 1983; Katchen, Alan S.; 30/3

 

Louisiana

James K. Gutheim: The Rabbi for Whom Louisiana Sat “Shiva,” 1886; Teplitz, Saul I.; 30/3

 

Minnesota

Milwaukee Childhood of Rabbi A. J. Twerski, M.D.: Rebbe & Psychiatrist, Par Excellence; Kramer, William M.; 29/3

Minneapolis Riot of 1946: An Anti-Semitic View from the Radical Right; Smith, Gerald L. K.,25/2

 

 

Missouri

DUNIE’S—The Missing Delicatessen, Somewhere in the West; Epstein, David; 30/3

Nathan Frank, Jewish Congressman from Missouri; Boxerman, Burton A.; 25/4

Remembering Isidor Bush: Pioneer St. Louis Jewish Community Leader, Publisher, Patriot; Boxerman, Burton; 29/3

Philipson, Joseph, Jacob & Simon: The First Jewish Settlers in St. Louis; Donald I. Makovsky; 45/1.

Rosa Sonneschein: Publisher from St. Louis, Attended First Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland, 1897; Geffen, Dr. David; 30/3

Solving the Mystery of Dunie’s, the Missing Kosher Delicatessen, St. Louis, 1912-1990; Hofstein, Johanna; 30/4

 

Montana

Billings Story: What Went Right?; Cohon, Baruch; 27/4

Helena, Montana Jewry Responds to a French Appeal in 1868; Stern, Norton B.; 11/2

Jewish Beginnings in Helena, Montana; 13/1

Jews of Montana, Part 1; Kelson, Benjamin; 3/2

Jews of Montana, Part 2; Kelson, Benjamin; 3/3

Jews of Montana, Part 3; Kelson, Benjamin; 3/4

Jews of Montana, Part 4; Kelson, Benjamin; 4/1

Jews of Montana, Part 5; Kelson, Benjamin; 4/2

 

Nebraska

Beginnings of the Pioneer Congregation of Lincoln, Nebraska; Newmark, Maurice. A.; 14/1

Hebraic Mortar: The Strength of a Community; Bittner, David; 27/4

Help Needed for Cemetery Project; Nebraska Jewish Historical Society; 31/1

Cohn, Frederick: Omaha’s Reform Rabbi, 1904-1940, David B. Dittmer, 45/3

Jewish Press: Captive or Critic? Nebraska Jewish Journalism, 1916-1921; Pollack, Oliver B.; 27/1

Jews of Omaha: The First Sixty Years; Gendler, Carol; 5/3

Jews of Omaha, The First Sixty Years; Gendler, Carol; 5/4

Jews of Omaha, The First Sixty Years; Gendler, Carol; 6/1

Jews of Omaha: The First Sisty Years; Gendler, Carol; 6/2

Jews of Omaha: The First Sixty Years; Gendler, Carol; 6/3

Jews of Omaha: The First Sixty Years; Gendler, Carol; 6/4

Jews, Journalism and Reform Politics in Omaha; Pollack, Oliver B.; 16/3

My Trans-Mississippi Grandmothers: Jewish Immigrant Experiences in Nebraska During the Early 20th Century; Bittner, David; 30/4

Nellie Newmark of Lincoln, Nebraska: A Picture Story; 11/2

Pass, Moses D., MD and Stars of David in the Nebraska Sand Hills; Oliver B. Pollak; 46/4.

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