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Jews -- Migration

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Goldstein family papers

Identifier: umja0184

This collection relates to the Goldstein family, who lived in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

Dates: 1906-1963

Independent Researchers' papers

Identifier: umja0149

This collection includes published and unpublished essays and articles related to Jewish history in the Upper Midwest.

Dates: 1917-2021

Jewish History collection

Identifier: umja0150

This collection is an aggregate of small donations given by various donors to the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest and the Upper Midwest Jewish Archives, all relating to local Jewish history.

Dates: 1851-2021; Majority of material found in 1900s-1990s

Marilyn Chiat papers

Identifier: umja0074

This collection consists mostly of the research papers of Marilyn Chiat that were used for the publication of We Rolled Up Our Sleeves: A History of the United Jewish Fund and council of Saint Paul and its Beneficiary Agencies, which was published in 1985. Personal papers and general research papers are also included.

Dates: 1870-2022; Majority of material found in 1970s-1990s

Project to Document Early Jewish Settlers in Minnesota records

Identifier: umja0020

This collection consists of research materials collected by Marilyn J. Chiat and Chester Proshan on Jews who lived in small communities around Minnesota in an effor to document the lives of the earliest Jewish settlers in the area.

Dates: 1864-2002; Majority of material found within 1980-1987

The Jewish Historical Project of North Dakota records

Identifier: umja0001

The Jewish Historical Project of North Dakota was a venture headed by Toba Geller, working alongside Ruth Landfield and Lorraine Kasden, in attempts to document the history of early Jewish immigrants in North Dakota. Mostly through correspondence, the project collected family histories and information related to Jewish settlements throughout the state. The goal of publishing a book of their findings was never realized as Toba Geller passed away in 1978.

Dates: 1884-2007; Majority of material found within ( 1975-1979)