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Celebrating 150 Years of Jewish History in Saint John
Saint John Jewish Historical Museum
Saint John , New Brunswick


2008 consisted of less than
thirty families, most
descended from those who
arrived in the early years of
the 20th century. Two
households can trace their
roots back to Solomon Hart.
Community members range in
age from 2 to 95, but most
members are in their

seventies and beyond. As the
city sits on the cusp of new
development, there is some
hope for the future - that
new Jewish immigrants will
come to grow and perpetuate
the community.
   This exhibit tells the
story of this community's
rich history. Follow us on a

journey which takes us to the
beginnings of the community
to the present day ... join
us in this celebration.
L'Chaim (“To Life”).

   This exhibit was made
possible with an Exhbit
Renewal Grant from the
Heritage Branch, Department
of Wellness, Culture and
Sport, Province of New
Brunswick and the Community
Memories Program of the
Canadian Heritage Information

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