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19 th century stories
The first Jews of Dorsten
Dorsten 1820: "Violence in
the synagogue itself"
Eisendrath Family in Dorsten
The family name
Julia Eisendrath - portrait of
a Jewish Mama
Eulogy at the grave of
Julia Eisendrath
Jewish real property in Dorsten
Nathan Eisendrath emigrates
David Samson Eisendrath
Establishing in the USA
Migration of Jews from Europe
to North America
20 th century stories
Simeon B. Eisendrath, architect
Nathan Wolff and the Eisendrath family
Strouss, Eisendrath & Company
Visits to Europe since the 1920s
1933: A Protest Letter to
President Hindenburg (1933)
The Letter in full text
The Eisendrath branch in Zaandam/Netherlands
The last jewish place in Dorsten
Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath
Charles R. Eisendrath: An
identity and family history that
are inextricably linked (1999)
21 st century stories
Adam Eisendrath: The German Heritage Quest - February 2000
Dorsten contacts and
visits 2001-2007
Family Reunion 2010
The journey of two prayer books
Stolperstein memorials for the Eisendrath family
Who and why?
The Dorsten research group
and the Jewish Museum
of Westphalia
* The signature in the header above
is that of Samson Nathan Eisendrath
(from the year 1840)
Jewish real property in Dorsten 1830-1880


Map legend:

No. Owners around 1830   No. Owners around 1880
01 Moyses David   02 Benjamin Rosenberg
02 S. N. Eisendrath   03 Samuel Rosenheim
03 S. N. Eisendrath   05 Meyer Wolff
04 S. N. Eisendrath   08 Moyses Heß
05 S. N. Eisendrath   09 Simon Perlstein
06 Herz Wolff   10 Herz Wolff
07 Salomon Meyer   11 Salomon Grünebaum
      12 Ezechiel Heß
      13 Sal. Moses Perlstein
      14 Jacob Perlstein
      15 Synagogue Corporation
      16 Samuel Grünebaum



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