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Download Map 1: The Haymarket, E 9th (Erie) to E.22nd (Perry) 1846 - 1905 (1032 KB)

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Download Map 5: Midtown – University Circle E 36th to E.55th 1907 - 1957 (1784 KB)

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Description

This document traces the movement, growth and demise of the small neighborhood synagogues, or shuls, established by newly-arrived Eastern European Jews in the Haymarket area as they migrated to the eastern suburbs.

ISBN

EISBN-13: 978-1-936323-46-3, EISBN-10: 1-936323-46-X

Publication Date

2014

Publisher

MSL Academic Endeavors

City

Cleveland

Keywords

Shuls, Orthodox Synagogues, Cleveland Haymarket, Reform movement, Cleveland Glenville neighborhood, Cleveland Mt. Pleasant neighborhood; Cleveland's Jewish History, Kehillat Yaakov Cedar Road Synagogue, Taylor Road Synagogue, Heights Jewish Center, Jewish Immigrants in Cleveland, Jewish, History

Disciplines

History | Jewish Studies | United States History | Urban Studies and Planning

Comments

Jeffrey S. Morris is also the author of Beechwood, The Book