Location Index #2 – Northern California

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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Northern California – General

At the Southern End of the Mother Lode; Norton B. Stern; 8/2, 48/3&4

The Beginnings: Diamond Jubilee Anniversary of the Consecration of the First Synagogue Building in the West, Temple B’nai Israel, Sacramento, California, 1852–1927; Harold F. Reinhart; 39/4

The Blue Laws Debate: A Sacramento Shopkeeper’s Story; Joseph B. Marks and Lisa J. Sanders; 25/3

California Forty-Niner with an Unlikely Name; 21/3

California’s Gold Country: Jewish-Named Towns Live On; Rosaline Levenson; 26/4

Call of the Gold Rush; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Camp Saratoga Councilors-in-Training, 1964: Photograph; Linda Shuster Mazur; 45/2

A Case of Manslaughter at Humbug, California in 1857; 16/1

Charity at the Gateway to the Mother Lode; Reva Clar; 18/3

Chico Jewish Pioneers: Adaptation to Small Town Life in Northern California; Rosaline Levenson; 17/3

Chico’s Jewish Community in the Twentieth Century, Part I; Rosaline Levenson; 20/3

Chico’s Jewish Community in the Twentieth Century, Part II; Rosaline Levenson; 20/4

Congregation Beth Israel: The Fresno Congregation, Fresno, California; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

A Conversion at Santa Cruz, California, 1877; edited by George J. Fogelson; 11/2

Crime and Punishment at Eureka, 1853; Norton B. Stern; 20/4

Death and Burial of a Gold Rush Pioneer in 1859; 14/2

Early Nevada City Jewry: A Picture Story; 16/2

Early Newspaper Reports of Jewish Pioneers in the California Gold Country (Newspaper Clippings 1851–1900); 47/3&4

The Early Reform Movement in Sacramento; Brett Wyatt; 50/1

The Early Sacramento Jewish Community; Marlene S. Gaines; 3/2, 48/3&4

The Faith of California’s Jewish Prisoners, 1922; (A Folsom Inmate); 14/3

The First Jewish Organization, the First Jewish Cemetery and the First Known Jewish Burial in the Far West; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 11/4

From a Polish Town to Gold Rush California; Moses Brumi; 17/1

A Gentile Reproves an Anti-Semite: Fresno, 1893; 9/4

A Gold Rush Community in 1873; J. Goldner; 9/3

Gold Rush Jewish Merchants in Shasta County, California; Muriel Weissberg; 2o/4

Golden Jews in the Golden State; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

The Good Luck Era: The Placer Mining Days in California in the 1850s; Charles Peters; 33/3

An Historical Outline of the Jews of Sacramento in the Nineteenth Century; Bernard M. Kaplan; 23/3

History of the Jews in California and the Far West as Reflected in the Weekly Gleaner, 1857–1861; Gustav Buchdahl; 42/1

Jewish Acculturation in California’s San Joaquin Valley: A Memoir; Reva Clar; 19/1

Jewish Appearances are Costly!, 1880; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Jewish Businessmen of Fresno, Tulare and Kern Counties, California, 1891; 34/4

The Jewish Cemetery of Grass Valley, California; Pauline Janicot; 20/4

Jewish Cemetery of Nevada City, California; Michael Janicot; 21/1

Jewish Chicken Farmers in Petaluma, California, 1904–1975; Phillip Naftaly; 23/3

Jewish Community of San Jose, California, Part I; Stephen D. Kinsey; 7/1, 48/3&4

Jewish Community of San Jose, California, Part II; Stephen D. Kinsey; 7/2, 48/3&4

Jewish Community of San Jose, California, Part III; Stephen D. Kinsey; 7/3, 48/3&4

Jewish Egg Farmers in Petaluma’s Past; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

The Jewish Families of Petaluma, California; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Jewish Involvement in the Early Development of Visalia, California, 1851–1953; Rona Kremer; 36/1

Jewish Participation in California Gold Rush Era Freemasonry; Joseph Friedman; 16/4

Jewish Photographer of the Modoc Indian War; Peter E. Palmquist; 22/4

Jewish Pioneers: Nevada City, California; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

Jews, Honor, and James H. Hardy; Robert J. Chandler; 23/4

Jews in the Gold Rush: Thirty-Seven Years of Jewish Shopkeepers and Postmasters in Butte County, California; Rosaline Levenson; 25/3

The Jews of Santa Cruz: The First Eighty Years, 1854–1934; George J. Fogelson; 14/2

Lament for Hebrew, 1880s; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Letters from Folsom, 1874; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Majority of the California Supreme Court; Stanley Mosk; 8/3

Marysville’s Pistol-Packin’ Jewish Mama; Bernard Kaufman; 50/1

Message from Fiddletown, 1856; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

The News from Woodland and Oroville, California in 1879; 11/2

The Nickelsburg Firm of Colusa and Woodland, California in 1880; 17/4

Northern California’s Historic Synagogues: A Photo Essay; Shor M. Masori and Donald H. Harrison; 50/1

Oldest Jewish Cemetery in the West: Stockton, California; Mrs. David “Bea” Schwartz; 1/2

The Orangevale and Porterville, California Jewish Farm Colonies; Norton B. Stern; 10/2

Oroville’s Jewish Cemetery: Enduring Legacy of the Gold Rush; Rosaline Levenson; 23/1

Petaluma Jewry, Continued; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Pioneer Jews of Contra Costa; William Tornheim; 16/1

Pioneer Jews of Mariposa County: At the Southern End of the Mother Lode; Norton B. Stern; 48/3&4

Pioneer Merchants of Tulare County, California; Annie R. Mitchell; 2/3, 48/3&4

Placerville: A Gold Rush Community in El Dorado County, the Later Years, 1873; J. Goldner; 4/3&4

Rebirth of Jewish Cemetery Celebrated; Pat Murkland; 30/2

Reporting on the Marysville Hebrew Benevolent Society in 1860; 10/3

Sacramento Confirmation, 1897; 15/4

The Sacramento Curse; Alan H. Simon; 42/1

A Sacramento Glimpse in 1867; 18/2

Shasta, California: The Jewish Imprint on a Ghost Town, 1983; Herb Brin; 30/4

The Silk Man of San Jose: An Episode in California Economic Development; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 21/2

The Sinai-Wooster Diary; Ernest S. Wooster; edited by Reva Clar; 11/1

Southern End of the Mother Lode; Norton B. Stern; 8/3

A Stereotype Emerges; Robert J. Chandler; 21/4

Trouble from a Charitable Gift at Rough and Ready, California, 1856; Norton B. Stern; 17/3

A Ukiah Murder in 1879; Norton B. Stern; 18/3

Vindication, Protest and Appeal, 1861; A.L. Blumenthal; 42/1

The Visalia, California Jewish Cemetery; Annie R. Mitchell; 15/3

Where Jewish Pioneer Merchants Thrived in the California Gold Fields; Victoria Fisch; 43/1

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