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Welcome to Dixie Jews

Purpose of this page

Within My Site

Southern Jews - Links & Books

Jewish Alabama - population 9,100
Jewish Arkansas - population 1,700
Jewish Florida --- population 620,000
Jewish Georgia - population 93,500
Jewish Kentucky -- population 11,500
Jewish Louisiana -- population 16,000
Jewish Mississippi - population 1,500
Jewish North Carolina -- population 26,000
Jewish South Carolina - population 11,500
Jewish Tennessee - population 18,000
Jewish Texas -- population 131,000
Jewish Virginia-- population 66,000

Jewish Links

This site began in 2000 for my own use to find different temples to visit when I was on the road.
At that time Flordia alone had a state directory and I felt this might be useful.
I hope you find it useful.

My grandfather once said "Always live in such a way that you never bring shame down on your people". Words to live by.

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New population estimates are based on information from the 2000 census and the www.jewishvirtual which is an American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise. Figures are estimates rounded down to the nearest hundred.

For those who have been frustrated by unanswered emails
I am attempting to update the current address on all pages.
This site was neglected for 2-3 years due to my struggles with cancer. (Sept 2006)