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September 06, 2003 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-06

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HISTORIC TIMELINE

1900: DETROIT'S JEWISH
POPULATION REACHES 10,000,
WITH WORKERS IN FACTORIES,
OFFICES, CRAFTS AND TRADES.
THE JEWISH AMERICAN BECOMES
THE AREA'S FIRST ENGLISH-
LANGUAGE JEWISH NEWSPAPER.

1914: DETROIT'S JEWISH
POPULATION REACHES 34,000,
AND THERE ARE A NUMBER OF
ALL-JEWISH LOCALS OF
NATIONAL UNIONS.

1933:
FIRST JEWISH
COMMUNITY
CENTER OPENS
AT WOODWARD
AND HOLBROOK

1916: YESHIVA BETH
YEHUDAH IS FOUNDED

.

1904: FRESH AIR SOCIETY IS
PLANNED TO TAKE CHILDREN
ON DAYLONG OUTINGS

.

1920: UNITED
HEBREW SCHOOLS
IS FORVED FROIV
INDEPENDENT
PROGRAMS

1907: ARRANGEMENTS
BEGIN FOR A JEWISH
HOME FOR AGED

.

1926: DETROIT'S JEWISH POPULATION
REACHES 75,000. THE JEWISH WELFARE
FEDERATION IS FOUNDED

.

.

TIMELINE
continued on
page 46

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