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Crypto-Jews

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Box 1, 1959-1977

 File — Box B320.01.0001: Series B320.01; Series B320.02; Series B320.03 [Barcode: U186020738576]
Identifier: B320.03.0001
Abstract

(1) file folder of papers including a questionnaire filled out by Loggie for RMJHS, publications and handwritten documents by Loggie about Spanish Sephardic Jews. One unidentified photo of a women, could be Loggie.

Dates: 1959-1977

Box 2, 1882-1998

 File — Box B114.01.0002: Series B114.01 [Barcode: U186020742842]
Identifier: B114.01.0002
Abstract

Contains a number of communities including Colorado Springs pre -1910; Colorado Springs; Del Norte; B'nai Israel CO Springs; Denver; Fort Collins-Har Shalom; Denver Jewish Population Study; Larime WY; Manitou Springs; Montana; Mexico Jews; New Mexico Marranos Conversos; Northern CO Jewish Communities; and Santa Fe, NM.

Dates: 1882-1998

Box 3

 File — Box B114.01.0003: Series B114.02; Series B114.03; Series B114.04; Series B114.05; Series B114.09; Series B114.10 [Barcode: U186020742850]
Identifier: B114.10.0003
Abstract

The "Indian" Jews of Mexico refers to "Israelites" or "Sabbatarians" who claim ancestry and identity with Marranos before the Spanish Inquisition in and around Mexico City. Israelite Indians may have converted to Judaism or married Jewish women.

Dates: 1882-2019

Dr. Stanley Hordes on Crypto-Jews, 1991 March 1

 Item
Identifier: B098.01.0006.00144
Abstract

Program put on by Genealogical Society of Hispanic America and Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Association about the Hispano-Crypto Jews of Colorado with guest speaker Dr. Stanley Hordes.

Dates: 1991 March 1

Mexico

 File
Identifier: B114.10.0003.0010
Abstract

The "Indian" Jews of Mexico refers to "Israelites" or "Sabbatarians" who claim ancestry and identity with Marranos before the Spanish Inquisition in and around Mexico City. Israelite Indians may have converted to Judaism or married Jewish women.

Dates: 1882-2019

Miscellaneous Publications, 1995-2015

 File
Identifier: B410.04.0002.0010
Abstract

Micellaneous publications including "Journal of Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian Crypto Jews, Volume 7, Summer 2015." Mizel Museum exhibit catalog.

Dates: 1995-2015

New Mexico, 1500-1988

 Series
Identifier: B114.05
Abstract Hiding from the Spanish Inquisition in Spain and Mexico, Jews went underground in New Mexico in the 17th century but continued to observe Judaism secretly at home, while pretending to be Catholics. These Jews are sometimes referred to as conversos, marranos, crypto-Jews, or hidden Jews. In their descendants, most of whom have forgotten their heritage, evidence remains of remants of Spanish Jewish foods, songs, religious rituals, and other traditions such as not eating pork, lighting...
Dates: 1500-1988

New Mexico, Marranos Conversos

 File
Identifier: B114.05.0003.0011
Abstract Hiding from the Spanish Inquisition in Spain and Mexico, Jews went underground in New Mexico in the 17th century but continued to observe Judaism secretly at home, while pretending to be Catholics. These Jews are sometimes referred to as conversos, marranos, crypto-Jews, or hidden Jews. In their descendants, most of whom have forgotten their heritage, evidence remains of remants of Spanish Jewish foods, songs, religious rituals, and other traditions such as not eating pork, lighting...
Dates: 1500-1988