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Frontier and pioneer life

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:

Arizona Jewish Pioneers, 1988

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Identifier: B114.01.0001.0002
Abstract An article from Arizona Highways magazine documents the Arizona history of prominent Jewish families who were known for their business acumen and public service. One was the family of U.S. senator and presidential candidate Barry Goldwater.
Dates: 1988

Berggren, Zellah, 1973 August 6

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Identifier: BPL75-120
Abstract Republic County, Kansas, citizens were asked to tell stories of their lives as they lived and remembered them. The program was sponsored by the Belleville Public Library.
Dates: 1973 August 6

Box 3, 2015

 File — Box B321.01.0003: Series B321.01 [Barcode: U186023261196]
Identifier: B321.01.0003
Abstract (1) blue binder contains the research and commentary of Miles Saltiel, "The Cotopaxi Papers, Miles Saltiel, London, 2015."

Miles Saltiel, who is related to Emmanuel Saltiel, has researched and interpreted many of the Cotopaxi documents.
Dates: 2015

Emanuel Saltiel, 1942-1995

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Identifier: b111.09.0009.0003
Abstract Emanuel Saltiel was born in Bath, England in 1844 and emigrated to the United States, joining the Confederate army in 1864. In 1866 Saltiel, now a member of the Union army under the name Joseph Isaacs, was court-martialed for treason. He moved to Colorado, became involved with many of the Jewish organizations in Denver as well as businesses such as the Denver Daily Times, and invested in two mines near Cotopaxi, CO, offering to populate them with Jewish farmers and promising high wages, good...
Dates: 1942-1995

Four Alsatian Jewish Families Shape Albuquerque, 2015

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Identifier: B374.01.0001.00015
Abstract The booklet is the product of the New Mexico Jewish Historical Society's Jewish Pioneer Oral History Video Archive Project, conducted in partnership with the Department of History and the Center for Regional Studies at the University of New Mexico. The booklet is composed of recollections of members of the Mandell, Weiller, Benjamin, and Dreyfuss families.
Dates: 2015

Frank Francone for Colorado Reflections, about 1984, 2006 January 16

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Identifier: couda-francone
Abstract Born in Silver Plume, Colorado, Frank Francone describes his childhood as a shepherd during the early 1900s, living in a homestead and working in the mines, later moving to Goodrich and Montrose with his family, and finally getting a job with Public Service Company in Denver.
Dates: about 1984; Digitization: 2006 January 16

Fred Zadek Salomon , 1872-1978

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Identifier: B111.09.0009.0001
Abstract Fred Zadek Salomon was born April 10, 1830 in Strelno, Poland and opened the first general mercantile house in Denver in 1959. He fought in the Civil War and was instrumental in the formation of Denver as the major city in the what would become the state of Colorado. Fred was involved with the Denver City Water Company, the Denver Chamber of Commerce, the Denver Town Co., Denver Lodge No. 171, B'nai B'rith, the Merchants Protective Association, the Denver Pacific Railroad, and the Denver...
Dates: 1872-1978

Goldsmith Family Papers

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Identifier: B313
Abstract The Goldsmith brothers Henry and Abraham, and their wives, sisters Clara and Rosa Straus Goodstein came to Denver, Kansas Territory in 1859. The next year, Clara Goldsmith was the first Jewish girl born in Denver. Henry and Clara Straus Goldsmith in Denver, Kansas Territory. Her mother Clara Goldsmith died when she was born and her father Henry, uncle Abraham and aunt Rosa moved to Pueblo, Colorado. She was briefly kidnapped by the Ute Indians, but was traded back for a bolt of calico, flour,...
Dates: 1854-1992

Hanzlick, Charles

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Identifier: codu_95056
Abstract Republic County, Kansas, citizens were asked to tell stories of their lives as they lived and remembered them. The program was sponsored by the Belleville Public Library.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Hyman Zadek Salomon , 1969

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Identifier: B111.09.0009.0002
Abstract Hyman Z. Salomon was born in 1832 in Posen, Prussia. He moved to what was then the city of Auraria, now Denver, in 1859 and is claimed to be the first Jewish settler in Colorado. He married Cecilia Joel and the couple had two daughters. Hyman originally set up as a mercantile man but he was also involved with the Capitol Hydraulic Company, the Platte River Ditch Company, and several other businesses in Denver along with his brother, Fred Z. Salomon. Hyman passed away on November 21, 1897.
Dates: 1969