July 1983
Western States Jewish Historical Quarterly;Jul1983, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p360
Academic Journal
A series of photographs are presented detailing aspects of Jewish pioneer life in the western U.S. including the construction of synagogues, a saloon in Bodie, California, and Jewish merchants.


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