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    Gene Rosenblum,G. Rosenblum
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The West Side Flats are now but a memory to a whole generation. It was lively and interesting and colorful, not unlike the Lower East Side of New York City or Maxwell Street in Chicago. I hope that you will enjoy this pictorial trip down Memory Lane.

Published by Arcadia Publishing. Charleston SC, Chicago IL, Portsmouth NH, San Francisco CA. Printed in the United States of America. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2002105030 The West Side Flats are now but a memory to a whole generation. Snatch our memory from oblivion.

by Gene H. Rosenblum. series Voices of America. The area once stretched from the banks of the Mississippi River to the cliffs of the West Side Hills, about 320 acres in all, but has since fallen victim to the vagaries of the mighty river and the progress of "urban renewal. The Lost Jewish Community of the West Side Flats: 1882-1962 takes the reader on a pictorial tour down memory lane.

Beginning in 1882, many Russian and Eastern-European Jews who fled to the United States settled in the "West Side Flats" .

Beginning in 1882, many Russian and Eastern-European Jews who fled to the United States settled in the "West Side Flats" in St. Paul, Minnesota. Mr. Rosenblum is a founding member of the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest and has also written for Jewish Digest, American Jewish World, and Western States Jewish History Magazine.

ISBN 10: 0738519863, ISBN 13: 9780738519869. Beginning in 1882, many Russian and Eastern-European Jews who fled to the United States settled in the "West Side Flats" in St. Paul, Minnesota

ISBN 10: 0738519863, ISBN 13: 9780738519869.

Flats: 1882-1962 – carte electronică scrisă de Gene H. Rosenblum

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Beginning in 1882, many Russian and Eastern-European Jews who fled to the United States settled in the "West Side Flats" in St.

The Lost Jewish Community of the West Side Flats, 1882–1962, Arcadia . Saint Paul, MN: Mount Zion Hebrew Congregation.

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Beginning in 1882, many Russian and Eastern-European Jews who fled to the United States settled in the "West Side Flats" in St. Paul, Minnesota. The area once stretched from the banks of the Mississippi River to the cliffs of the West Side Hills, about 320 acres in all, but has since fallen victim to the vagaries of the mighty river and the progress of "urban renewal." The Lost Jewish Community of the West Side Flats: 1882-1962 takes the reader on a pictorial tour down memory lane. The families, houses, businesses, streets, and synagogues-all vanished now-are brought back to life through vintage photographs from the archives of the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest, the Minnesota Historical Society, and the private collections of many former residents. This is a memoir of a historic neighborhood that can no longer be visited.