Location Index #2 – Nevada, New Mexico, No. Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, So. Dakota

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 = Volu. 21, No. 4

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Abram Cohn of Carson City, Nevada, Patron of Dat-So-La-Lee; 15/4

American Zion in Nevada: The Rise and Fall of an Agricultural Colony; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 13/2

Eureka, Nevada: A “Nevada Suburb” of  San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

Jewish Community of a Nevada Mining Town; Norton B. Stern; 15/1

Letter from a Uncle in Austin, Nevada to His Nephew in St. Louis, 1866; Meyer Joseph Newmark; 12/2

Murder in Nevada; 1869; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Notes on a Virginia City Police Chief; Norton B. Stern; 12/1

Oldest Business in Elko, Nevada: Reinhart’s in 1958; 24/2

Problems of a Nevada Jewish Community in 1875; 8/3

Raw Ore from Nevada Diggings: Some Notes on the Jews of Nevada; Samuel Sokobin; 2/1

Reinharts of Nevada: A Picture Story; 19/2

Rise and Fall of the Jewish Community of Austin, Nevada; 9/1

Reinhart & Company of Winnemucca, Nevada; 24/4

The Sutro Tunnel for the Comstock Lode, An Engineering Feat; Virginia City, Nevada; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

Tipperusalem, Nevada; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

New Mexico

Dr. Sigmund Frey: Third Rabbi of Montefiore Congregation of Las Vegas, New Mexico; Ruth Frey Axe; 23/4

Eugene J. Stern: Merchant, Farmer and Philanthropist of Las Cruces, New Mexico; Richard J. Lease; 9/2

First Synagogue at Albuquerque, 1900; 11/1

Flora Langerman Spiegelberg: Grand Lady of Santa Fe; Michael L. Lawson; 8/4

Glimpse of Organized Jewry of Las Vegas, New Mexico During Its Peak Years; Norton B. Stern; 15/2

Indian Traders of the Southwest: The Danoff’s of New Mexico; Hyman O. Danoff; 12/4

Inquisition and the Crypto-Jewish Community; Stanley M. Hordes; 24/2

Jewish Indian Chief; Sandra Lea Rollins; 1/4

Jews of Early Los Alamos: A Memoir; Paul Sperling; 18/4

Justice Columbus Moise of New Mexico; Norton B. Stern; 22/1

Las Vegas, New Mexico Attorney Leaves Town, 1890; 14/1

Modern Decendents of Conversos in New Mexico; David S. Nidel; 16/3

Modern Descendants of Conversos in New Mexico; David S. Nidel; 29/1

Sol Floersheim: Jewish Rancher and Merchant in Northern New Mexico; Floyd S. Fierman; 14/4

Tracking Leopold Ephraim; Fred and Harriet Rochlin; 1/2

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North Dakota

Central North Dakota’s Jewish Farmers in 1903; Abraham R. Levy; 11/1

Chanalel, North Dakota; Uri D. Herscher; 25/3

Fargo, North Dakota’s Lonely Jewish Cemetery; Cathy Mauk; 26/3

History of North Dakota Jewry and Their Pioneer Rabbi; Part 1; Isadore Papermaster; 10/1

History of North Dakota Jewry and Their Pioneer Rabbi; Part 2; Isadore Papermaster; 10/2

History of North Dakota Jewry and Their Pioneer Rabbi; Part 3; Isadore Papermaster; 10//3

North Dakota Letter, 1897; 14/3

North Dakota Memories; Henry and Lea Fine; 9/4

Remarkable N.D. Campaign for Jewish War Sufferers; 26/2


American Jewish Archives; Stanley Chyet and Gladys Sturman; 31/2

Jacob Rader Marcus: In Memoriam; Stanley F. Chyet; 29/3

Statement of Purpose: The American Jewish Archives; 31/2


Fascinating Jewish Holdings in the Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma; Carlton Bonilla and John R. Lovett; 30/1

It’s a Long Way From Okmulgee; 1912; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Leo Meyer: Oklahoma Settler and Politician; John R. Lovett; 26/1

Levites of Apache, Oklahoma; 24/4

Oklahoma City; Amy Hill Shevitz; 27/2

Oklahoma, Okay! Founding of Congregation B’nai Israel, 1903; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Sholom Aleichem Oil Field [Oklahoma]; David Geffen; 25/4

Stamp of Approval: Oklahoma and Rosh Ha-Yeshiva Bernard Revel; Harvey Horowitz and William M. Kramer; 18/3


Brown, Joseph: The Deadly Errand of a Pacific Northwest jewish Pioneer; Julia Niebuhr Eulenberg; 45/1

Council of Jewish Women in Portland, 1905; Blanche Blumauer,; 9/1

David Solis-Cohen of Portland: A Patriot of Sephardic Descent; William M. Kramer; 29/1

David Solis-Cohen of Portland: Patriot, Pietist, Litteratuer and Lawyer; William M. Kramer; 14/2

Durkheimers of Oregon: A Picture Story; Michele Glazer; 10/3

Heroism of Portland Man; David A. Bernstein; 26/2

History of Congregation Ahavath Achim of Portland; William M. Kramer; 29/1

Jacksonville, Oregon Jewish Cemetery: A Picture Story; 23/2

JCCO: The Jewish Community of Central Oregon: Jewish History in the Making; Deborah Seldner; 30/2

Jews of Eugene, Oregon; Robert Levinson; 30/1

Edgar M. Lazarus, Jr., Early Jewish Architect of Portland, Oregon; Eugene Normand; 48/1

Lazard Coblentz: Whiskeyman, Pokerville, California to Portland, Oregon; Jack Sullivan and Victoria Fisch; 45/4

Louis Fleischner, Oregon Pioneer; 22/4

Mayer May, Pioneer Portland Rabbi; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 21/2

New Odessa Colony of Oregon, 1882-1886; Helen E. Blumenthal; 14/4

News from the Portland Jewish Community in 1885; 9/3

Oregon Pioneer Sigmund A. Heilner: A Picture Story; 12/1

Oregon’s Other “Jewish Town”; David A. Bernstein; 19/2

Portland & Jacob J. Weinstein; Part 1; Janice J. Feldman; 29/2

Portland Girl on Woman’s Rights, 1893; Alice G. Friedlander; 10/2

Portland Jewry as Seen by a Minnesota Rabbi in 1884; Rabbi Judah Wechsler; 15/1

Portland Jewry Collects for Russian Refugees; 10/4

Rabbi Stephen S. Wise: Prophet of Portland, Oregon; Part 1; William M. Kramer; 27/1

Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Prophet of Portland, Oregon; Part 2;  William M. Kramer; 27/2

Rabbi Stephen S. Wise: Prophet of Portland, Oregon; Part 3; William M. Kramer; 27/4

Some of the Prominent Jews of Oregon, 1898; Jacob Voorsanger; 21/3

Word from Portland a Century Ago; 11/3

Zelda Mosessohn is No More; 26/3

South Dakota

Colmans and Others of Deadwood, South Dakota; Al Alschuler; 9/4

Deadwood, South Dakota and the Jews; Jerry Klinger; 45/4

Rabbi and the Western Indians – 1984; Joseph B. Glaser; 28/1

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