Jewish Pioneers of New Mexico 1821–1917

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Santa Fe, N.Mex., USA, 2001. Booklet, 23 pp., illustrations: 10 col., 9 b&w, 20.4 × 14.5 cm. English.


Palace of the Governors, Museum of New Mexico (October 2001–2005)


The story of Ashkenazic Jews who immigrated from the Germanic states, Russia and Eastern Europe to New Mexico in the mid-19th C. These (exclusively male) pioneers established a community that eventually made significant contributions to the cultural, civic, economic, creative and patriotic life of New Mexico. 7 historical photographs and 9 objects pictured and described. No itemized listing.

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