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September 25, 1981 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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Friday, September 25, 1961 69

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Archivist Lists :Noted Jewish Anniversaries

By DR. JACOB MARCUS
(Editor's note: Dr. Mar-

cus is Kutz Distinguished
Service Professor of
American Jewish His-
tory at Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute
of Religion, Cincinnati,
and director of the
American Jewish Arc-
hives. This article lists
anniversaries of interest
to American Jewry fal-
ling in the year 1982.)

1682
300 Years Ago

Establishment of the
Chatham Square Cemetery
in New.York City.

1782
200 Years Ago

Death of Aaron Lopez,
eminent merchant-shipper.

First complete English
Bible was printed in
America in Philadelphia by
Robert Aitken.
Dedication of the first
synagogue building in
Philadelphia, Mikveh Is-
rael. Gershom Seixas was
the rabbi.

1832
150 Years Ago

The Jews of. Canada re-
ceived full political rights.

1882
100 Years Ago

Cong. Ahavath Chesed
founded in Jacksonville,
Fla.
Cong. Emanu-El founded
in Birmingham Ala.
Cong. Emanu-El founded
in Montreal.
Bnai Brith Lodge founded

in Albuquerque, N.M., the
first Jewish organization in
the state.
Hoveve Zion Society
founded in New York City.
This was one of the first
Zionist organizations in the
U.S.
First Yiddish play per-
formed in New York City.
Birth of Horace Meyer
Kallen, eminent
philosopher.
Felix
of
Birth
Frankfurter, associate jus-
tice of the U.S. Supreme
Court.
Birth of Florence Eilau
Bamberger, one of the first
Jewish women in the U.S. to
occupy a high academic
position in a university. She
was a professor of education
at Johns Hopkins.

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Birth of Samuel Goldwyn,
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Death of Max Lilienthal,
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rabbi. First rabbi to preach
in a gentile church.

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1907
75 Years Ago

Albert Abraham Michel-
son won the Nobel Prize for
physics. He was the first
man in the U.S. to receive a
Nobel Prize in the sciences.
Dropsie College for He-
brew and Cognate Learning
founded.
Nachman Syrkin, foun-
der, leader, and theoreti-
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