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Hannah Greenbaum Solomon

Hannah Greenebaum Solomon

In creating the first national association for Jewish women, Hannah Greenebaum Solomon redefined the roles they could play in American society.

Hannah Greenebaum Solomon

Hannah Greenebaum Solomon dared to go out into the world and establish the first national association of Jewish women. A superb organizer, Solomon emphasized unity, and orchestrated agreements among Jewish, gentile, and government groups on local, national, and international levels.

American Jewess,The

The American Jewess, published from April 1895 to August 1899, was the first independent English-language magazine published by and for Jewish women in the United States.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Hannah Greenbaum Solomon." (Viewed on September 16, 2014) <http://jwa.org/taxonomy/term/10863>.

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