Frontier and pioneer liffe -- Wisconsin Wisconsin -- Description and travel Fort Howard (Wis.)
State Historical Society of Wisconsin
Includes chapters three and four only: III. Recollections of a pioneer woman of La Crosse / by [Fredericka] Augusta Levy (ed. by Albert H. Sanford) -- IV. Another La Crosse pioneer's statement / by John S. Harris. "From the proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin for 1911, ..."; Includes bibliographical references.
Henry Keimowitz was born in Hungary. He moved to the U.S. after serving in WWI. He discusses many topics, including his childhood in Hungary, his Jewish heritage, experiencing antisemitism and Facism during and in between the World Wars, his experience as a POW, Tape 2 Tape 3 Tape 4 Tape 5 Tape 6 Tape 7
Myer Katz (b.1910 - d.1993) grew up in La Crosse in a Jewish family. He would later become a prominent local La Crosse historian. In his interview, he mostly covers topics about his family heritage. The subjects include local Jewish history and immigration, Judaism, family customs and practices, antisemitism, education experiences, and general Jewish history. Tape 2 Tape 3 Tape 4 Tape 5 Tape 6 Tape 7 Tape 8 Tape 9
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Oral History Program
Levenstein, Sally G. -- Interviews Jews -- Social life and customs Jewish way of life La Crosse (Wis.) -- Social life and customs United States -- History -- 1945-1953 United States -- History -- 1953-1961
Levenstein details her life as a member of the Jewish population in La Crosse, Wisconsin. She discusses neighborhood activities, the structure of the community, and social practices and traditions. She also offers details about Jewish leaders and community members.