Bibliography of

North American Jewish Community Books

Indiana

 

  1. A brief history of the Lafayette Orthodox Hebrew Free Loan Society – Chester E. Eisinger. Preface to the history of the Jewish people and a sketch of the Jewish congregation in the city of Muncie, Indiana, Alexander L. Shonfield. The American heritage--roots of greatness, Joseph Levine. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1977
  2. A History of the Jewish Community of Indianapolis 1849-Present – Judith Endelman Indiana University Press 1984
  3. A Hoosier rabbinate – Morris M. Feuerlicht. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1974
  4. A user's guide to the Fort Wayne holdings: the Indiana Jewish Historical Society – Fort Wayne, IN, The Society, 1995
  5. As we remember: early history of the Jewish community in Gary, Indiana - A Litvak in Hammond. -- A cross blazed in every park in Hammond – Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1986
  6. Changes in Fort Wayne – Joseph Levine. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1990. Series title: Publication (Indiana Jewish Historical Society); no. 26, Publication (Indiana Jewish Historical Society); no. 26
  7. Congregation B'nai Torah, the first 50 years – Mrs. Nandor Fruchter. Indianapolis, IN, Congregation B'nai Torah, 1973
  8. History of the Jewish community of Columbus, Indiana – Gladys Kaminsky. Searching for your Jewish roots, Abraham J. Peck. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1978
  9. Hoosier Israelites on the Ohio--a history of Madison's Indiana Jews – Elizabeth Shaikun Weinberg
  10. Indiana Jewish history – Jeanette Goldhar and Frances Nelson; Daniel Levin; Arthur Meyers. Indianapolis, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1992
  11. Indiana Jewish Pioneers, Articles by or about Indiana Jews – Ruth Uyesugi, et.al., Fort Wayne, IN Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1982
  12. Intimate circles: nineteenth-century German Jewish immigrants in northeastern Indiana – Judith Saul Stix., St. Louis, MO, J.S. Stix, 1989
  13. Jewish life in Indiana – Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1980 Series title: A Publication of the Indiana Jewish Historical Society, A Publication of the Indiana Jewish Historical Society
  14. John Jacob Hays: the first known Jewish resident of Fort Wayne – Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1973
  15. Middletown Jews: the tenuous survival of an American Jewish community –Dan Rottenberg; with an introduction by Dwight W. Hoover. Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press, 1997
  16. The emergence of a Jewish community in Richmond, Indiana – Lance Jonathan Sussman. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1981
  17. The first hundred and twenty-five years of Achduth Vesholom Congregation,Fort Wayne, Ind. – Ruth G. (Mrs. Elmer S.) Zweig. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1973
  18. The History of the Jewish community of Valparaiso, Indiana. Socio-economic survey of the Jewish community of Marion, Indiana. Three journeys: a short story – Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1976
  19. The Jewish community of Indianapolis, 1849 to the present – Judith E. Endelman. Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press, 1984
  20. The Jewish experience in Indiana before the Civil War: an introduction – W. William Wimberly, II. Fort Wayne, IN, Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1976
  21. The Jews of Hammond, Indiana: their homes and businesses 1937-1954 and today – Daniel Levin
  22. The Jews of Ligonier: an American experience – Lois Fields Schwartz. Fort Wayne, IN, Jewish Historical Society, 1978