Stories Untold: Jewish Pioneer Women 1850-1920: The Art of Andrea Kalinowski
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Fanny Sharlip was born in Borosna, Russia, and arrived in the United States in 1889. She wrote her memoirs in 1947.
Fanny Brooks was born in 1837 in Schweidnitz, Germany, and arrived in the United States in 1853.
Flora Spiegelberg was born in 1857 in New York City. In Germany she met and married Willi Spiegelberg, and in 1875 she arrived in Santa Fe. She died in 1943.
Anna Solomon was born in a Polish town on the Russian border. She journeyed to the United States with her husband, where they founded Solomonville, Arizona.
Sarah Thal was born in Ellingen, Germany. She arrived in the United States in 1882 to homestead land in Dodds Township, North Dakota.
Sophie Trupin was born in Seltz, Russia, in 1903, arrived in the United States in 1908, and died in 1992.
Betty Spiegelberg married Levi Spiegelberg in 1848, and arrived in Santa Fe in the 1860s.
Mrs Zelickson arrived in Canada in 1891 and settled in Hirsch, Saskatchewan. In 1925 she responded to a discussion in the magazine Nor'-West Farmer on the topic of what a woman's work was worth.
Rachel Calof was born in Russia in 1876. She arrived in Devil's Lake, North Dakota, in 1894 as a mail-order bride for Abraham Calof.
Anna Marks was born in Russian-occupied Poland in 1847. She married Wolff Marks in 1862, and in 1880 they moved to Eureka City, a rich mining area south of Salt Lake City, Utah.
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An online exhibition from the Palace of the Governors / New Mexico History Museum, organized by TREX
Traveling Exhibitions Program, with generous support from the Dobkin Family Foundation.