Jewish Museum of the American West

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Jewish Museum of the American West
Type of site
Historical/religious
Available inEnglish
URLjmaw.org
CommercialNo
Current statusActive

The Jewish Museum of the American West is an online museum sponsored by the Western States Jewish History Association dedicated to telling the stories of the participation of Jews in the development of the American West and why they were so successful.[1][2] It was established in 2013 by Gladys Sturman and David W. Epstein of the Western States Jewish History Association as a continuation of its journal published from 1968 to 2018.[1][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Jewish Museum of the American West – A Virtual Museum". Jewish Museum of the American West.
  2. ^ "Jewish Museum of the American West". University of California, Davis Library. A new, online museum, “the Jewish Museum of the American West will soon consist of Exhibition Halls for each of the regions, states and/or cities west of the Mississippi River that were considered a part of the American West.”
  3. ^ Loiederman, Roberto (July 2, 2014). "Mining the 'Golden Age' of Los Angeles". The Jewish Journal.