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July 04, 2003 - Image 152

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-07-04

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"Merchant prince"
Aaron Lopez, the
husband and father
of Sarah Lopez and
Joshua Lopez, the
mother and son
pictured in
a Gilbert Stuart
portrait on display
at the Detroit
Institute of Arts.

Abigail Franks,
daughter of New
York merchant
Moses Levy, could
read and write;
her many letters
describe her life in
18th-century
America and give
her outspoken views
on many subjects.

Grace Seixas
Nathan, wife of
Revolutionary War
merchant Simon
Nathan and sister of
Reverend Gershom
Mendea Seixas, was
educated only to
the grammar school
level but
communicated her
sense of patriotism
through her p oems.

FOUNDING FATHERS/MOTHERS

from page 55
the law to become an investment counselor.
As he supported his wife's initiatives, the two
came to fill their
home with historic
household items
found during her
research.
"My family has
been totally involved
in my work," says the
lecturer-author, who
opens her home to
people
sharing her
Right:
interest.
"My daugh-
Behind city hall in
ter,
Elizabeth,
has
Charleston, S. C.,
traveled
with
me
and
is this plaque
taken
photos.
My
son,
co mmemorating
Laird,
makes
the
slides
Francis Salvador
(1747-1776), who used in my lectures
died during the and has put the col-
Revolutionary War lected information on
and was hailed as a the computer (http://colonialjevvishlectures.com)."
Immersed in her subject, Malamed thinks today's
hero by George
Jews
can take important cues from their Colonial
Washington.
ancestors in terms of their religious identity.
"I think the most important thing we can learn
from Colonial Jews is to be focused," Malamed says.
"They knew that it was important to both establish
their own communities and reach out as contribu-
tors to the secular communities around them." fl

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