Relevant Links

The following online resources pertain to Jewish and some non-Jewish history in New Mexico, the Western United States, and the country as a whole.
  1. Historical Society of New Mexico
  2. Albuquerque Historical Society
  3. The Jewish Community of Las Vegas, New Mexico.
  4. Jewish Walking Tours of Mexico, Precencia judia en la ciudad de Mexico.
  5. Enjoy entertaining, accurate and informative tours with professional historian/near-native. Cultural/educational guided walks, hikes or step-on tours of Santa Fe, NM and Southwest. Scheduled walks include Original Jewish Legacy in NM tour.
  6. The New Mexico Jewish Link. Links, Jewish Poets, New Mexico Events, News, Professional Links.
  7. AT HOME ON THE RANGE: JEWISH LIFE IN TEXAS This special PBS documentary explores the Jewish experience in the Lone Star State.
  8. The University of Arizona Library. The Leona G. and David A. Bloom Southwest Jewish Archives.
  9. Arizona Historical Society – Central Arizona Division. The museum’s mission is to collect, preserve, interpret and disseminate the history of Arizona in particular of 20th century Phoenix and Central Arizona.
  10. Colorado Historical Society, Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
  11. Welcome to the Jewish West, by Harriet Rochlin.
  12. Western Jewish History Center, Berkeley, California.
  13. The American Jewish Historical Society’s World Wide Web Home Page.
  14. The Jewish Museum of Maryland on the Web. Opening Windows on the Past, Programs, News & Calendar of Events Current and Future Exhibitions. Your Genealogy Connection JMM in Cyberspace.
  15. The Center for Jewish History is comprised of four institutions of higher Jewish learning, each of which has made a singular contribution to the cultural and historical legacy of the Jewish people. The American Jewish Historical Society, the Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum, and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research have become partners in a visionary plan — the creation of an unparalleled campus complex devoted to the furtherance of Jewish scholarship in the heart of New York City.
  16. The Jewish Historical Society of MetroWest.Covering an expanding Jewish community from the Newark Bay to the Delaware Water Gap, the Jewish Historical Society of MetroWest celebrates, collects, documents, and preserves the history of over 150 years since its origins in Newark, New Jersey.
  17. Internet Jewish History Sourcebook
  18. The National Museum of American Jewish History, located across the mall from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, offers visitors the opportunity to learn about American Jews in the social, cultural, economic and political life of this nation.
  19. The Jewish Student Online Research Center (JSOURCE)
  20. The Jewish Museum New York
  21. Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the AMERICAN JEWISH ARCHIVES
  22. Welcome to The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Library Catalog
  23. The National Yiddish Book Center’s site offers information on programs, exhibits, and facilities; Yiddish and English books; and an online edition of the Pakn Treger magazine.
  24. The Center for Iranian Jewish Oral History (The Center) was established on August 9, 1995 in Los Angeles with the full support of 16 different Iranian Jewish organizations in the Los Angeles community.
  25. Established in 1914, the Library serves the Montreal community in five languages – English, French, Hebrew, Yiddish and Russian, and holds the largest public collection of Judaica in North America.
  26. The YIVO Institute for Jewish Research is the preeminent repository of library and archival materials on the history and culture of Eastern European Jewry and their descendants in the United States.