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BOOK: The Jewish Communities of Greater Stamford released by Arcadia Publishing in November. Compiled by Miller and Baulsir, the photographic history details the origins of Jews in Stamford, New Canaan, Darien, Greenwich and Pound Ridge, N.Y. History. [August 2009]

"Their first place of worship was Agudath Sholom Synagogue, established in 1889. Now the largest synagogue in New England, meetings were first held in rented rooms.

  • Memorial Park : Temple Sinai uses section of Memorial Park, 230 Oaklawn Avenue, Stamford, CT 06905, (203) 325-1315
  • Temple Beth El:
  • Agudath Sholom Cemetery: 600 West Hill Road. Ahavas Achim Jewish Cemetery Records.┬áThe first Jewish cemetery was Ahavas Achim, now is Agudath Sholom Cemetery, established in 1891. 720 burials. [August 2009]
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