350th.org - 350 Years of American Jewish History
A joint project from The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, The American Jewish Historical Society, The Library of Congress, and the National Archives & Records Administration.
Ancestry.com - Search Family & Local History Records
Ancestry.com has searchable indexes; database results and some digitized images are available with a fee-based subscription.
The Jew in America
Original source: Philipson, David,. The Jew in America. Cincinnati: Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1909.
The Jewish community blue book of Newark
Original source: The Jewish community blue book of Newark. Newark, N.J.: Jewish Community Blue Book Pub. Co., 1924.
The rise of the Jewish community of New York, 1654-1860
Original source: Grinstein, Hyman Bogomolny,. The rise of the Jewish community of New York, 1654-1860. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1947, c1945.
The Russian Jew in the United States : studies of social conditions in New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago, with a description
Original source: The Russian Jew in the United States : studies of social conditions in New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago, with a description of rural settlements. Philadelphia: J.C. Winston Co., 1905.
History of the Jewish peoples in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. From the Central Europe Center for Research and Documentation.
From Farmers to Merchants: A Human Capital Interpretation of Jewish Economic History
History of Suriname
Jewish history in Suriname, South America.
Internet Jewish History Sourcebook
Jewish European Timeline
Jewish-American History on the Web
Kolel: Reb on the Web Archives
Why stones or pebbles are placed on Jewish tombstones.
The Story of the Jews - Visual Timeline
A visual walk through major events in Jewish history which can aid a Jewish researcher to place their family in larger Jewish history.
Timeline in American Jewish History | American Jewish Archives
Timelines for Jewish History
A list of links to timelines that can help a researcher of Jewish genealogy to place their family in context.
Why Do Jews Put Stones On Tombstones?
Why put stones on graves?
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