Stories Untold: Jewish Pioneer Women 1850-1920: The Art of Andrea Kalinowski
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"Men and children became bilingual and learned to negiotiate a multicultural society; adult women spoke Yiddish and maintained Jewish homes. Often judged backward and unassimilated, married women sustained Jewish life, beginning with the children they bore, who traced their descent through their mothers."
Elizabeth Jameson,
University of Calgary

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Anna Solomon
"Charles got to be a great help to us in the store and in every business transaction. If any child has repaid his parents for their trouble, he certainly has done so, and is a great comfort to us. All of our children have become a great blessing to us."
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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.