GRAND FORKS: Grand Forks County Print

B'nai Israel Synagogue, 601 Cottonwood Street. (701) 775 - 5124. All correspondences to P.O. Box 14122, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 58208 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Reform. Records, 1905-1925. .25 ft./124 pages. A photocopy of the congregational minutes in Yiddish language which appear to be those of Congregation of the Children of Israel, the original Jewish synagogue organized in 1891. The first service was in 1892. B'nai Israel Synagogue was built in 1937. OCLC 24352756. Original records at the University of North Dakota. Bergeman, Ben Zion; Dakota Jewish History Project; Jewish community--North Dakota; Synagogues--North Dakota; Social settlements--North Dakota; Grand Forks (N.D.); Grand Forks County--North Dakota. Source. [August 2005]

B'nai Israel Synagogue (Grand Forks, ND) Minutes, 1905-1925 (10562) .25ft Minutes are a photocopy of the original. [August 2005]

2 cemeteries listed in 1919 when the Jewish population was 124. Source: "Directory of Jewish Local Organizations in the United States", pp. 330-583. American Jewish Year Book 5680 September 25, 1919 to Sept. 12, 1920; Volume 21. Edited by Harry Schneiderman, submitted by Alan Hirschfeld

Montefiore Cemetery: On Gateway Drive near Columbia Road and affiliated with B'nai Israel in Grand Forks, this cemetery dating from 1888 is actively maintained. Source: Robert A. Feder, deceased, of Wold, Johnson, Feder, Brothers, Beauchene & Schimmelpfenning, Fargo, North Dakota / burial list and burial list. Cemetery began in 1888. Driving east on Hwy #2 turn north on N Columbia Road, the cemetery is on the right side of the road. [August 2005]

Vandalism: Twenty-five headstones have been knocked over in August. [October 2010]

 

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