Aliza Greenblatt (Yiddish: עליזה גרינבלאַט, September 8, 1888 – 1975) was an American Yiddish poet. Her works include such well-known Yiddish songs as Fisherlid, Amar Abaye, and Du, Du. Her daughter Marjorie was for a time married to folk musician Woody Guthrie. She was the grandmother of folk musician Arlo Guthrie, Woody Guthrie, archivist Nora Guthrie., and computer programmer Richard Greenblatt.
She was born in Azarenits, in the Podolia Governorate of the Russian Empire (present-day Ukraine), to Brokhe Bas-Tsion Rozovsky (Yiddish: ברכה בת־ציון ראָזאָװסקי) and Abraham Aronson (Yiddish: אַבֿרהם אַהרונזאָן). She came to the United States in 1900.  Her husband Isadore Greenblatt was born Isadore Stukelman, a cousin of Shifra Stukelman, whose grandson is Canadian composer Jan Randall.
- A Jewish Visit to Guthrie's Land, Jewish Journal, Dec. 2, 2004
- The Official Woody Guthrie Website
- Greenblatt, Aliza. Baym Fentster fun a Lebn. Farlag Aliza, 1966, p. 9.
- Jewish Women's Archive
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