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Ethiopian Hebrews Falasha Congregation collection,

Title
Ethiopian Hebrews Falasha Congregation collection, 1968-1997.
Author
Ethiopian Hebrews Falasha Congregation (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.)

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Mixed materialUse in libraryAvailableSc MG 653Schomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives

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Description
1 folder
Donor/Sponsor
Preservation of the Black Religious Heritage Project funded by the Lilly Endowment.
Subjects
Source (note)
  • Rabbi Hailu Paris
Biography (note)
  • The Ethiopian Hebrews Falasha Congregation, a black Hebrew congregation, was formed in the late 1950s in Brooklyn and disbanded in the late 1960s-early 1970s. In 1988 the congregation formed a burial society and now owns and operates the Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Fairview, New Jersey where members of the congregation are buried.
Indexes/Finding Aids (note)
  • Finding aid available.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Zakor: Israelite History and Archives Project.
Call Number
Sc MG 653
OCLC
818873431
Author
Ethiopian Hebrews Falasha Congregation (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.)
Title
Ethiopian Hebrews Falasha Congregation collection, 1968-1997.
Summary
The Ethiopian Hebrews Falasha Congregation Collection includes a list compiled in 1968 of members of the congregation, a photocopy of a letter from Iris R. Woods to Mrs. Roy thanking her for assistance and gifts to the congregation, and a letter certifying purchase of a burial plot in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, 1997.
Biography
The Ethiopian Hebrews Falasha Congregation, a black Hebrew congregation, was formed in the late 1950s in Brooklyn and disbanded in the late 1960s-early 1970s. In 1988 the congregation formed a burial society and now owns and operates the Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Fairview, New Jersey where members of the congregation are buried.
Linking Entry
Zakor: Israelite History and Archives Project.
Indexes
Finding aid available.
Connect to:
Local Subject
Black author.
Added Title
Preservation of the Black Religious Heritage Project funded by the Lilly Endowment.
Research Call Number
Sc MG 653
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