The Baron Hirsch Jewish Farmers Community

Maurice_de_Hirsch_-_Tableau.jpg This blog is designed to collect and tell the stories of the Jewish farmers that Baron Maurice de Hirsch supported in North and South America and the follow on stories of their descendants worldwide.

The blog proposes to unite many of today’s beneficiaries of the Baron’s generosity, We believe that cooperation and sharing among us could result in many inspiring and amazing ideas and projects.

We hope you will send us your stories and permission to publish them.  Click here to contact us.   And if you have a particular question about this immigration phenomenon, let us know.  We will research the answer and write a post.

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries Baron Maurice de Hirsch, the builder of the Vienna-Constantinople Railroad, and his friends, sponsored the settlement of Eastern European Jews in many lands.  Primarily they worked in North and South America. This blog presents written works and visuals depicting the original immigrants. It also relates the achievements of the descendants of these immigrants.  And there are many achievements. Our forebears were courageous and ingenious people as are their grand and great grand children.

MORE ON BARON HIRSCH

At https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Baron+Hirsch&i=stripbooks&ref=nb_sb_noss_2  you  can find  over 50 different books on the life and work of Baron Hirsch?

Also check out this short summary of Baron Hirsch’s work with Jewish farmers.

https://reformjudaism.org/blog/2016/10/18/how-connecticuts-jewish-farmers-exemplify-power-philanthropy

And for the whole story read the official history of the Jewish Colonization Association, An Outstretched Arm.  https://archive.org/stream/cu31924011030396/cu31924011030396_djvu.txt

2 thoughts on “The Baron Hirsch Jewish Farmers Community

  1. I assume the sholom settlement was off yeagerville rd there are intricate rock fiundations i visit and what is really interesting is that Judd HIRSCH has a home within shouting distance of sholam rd!!!

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