5 edition of Louis Rose, San Diego"s First Jewish Settler and Entrepreneur found in the catalog.
November 30, 2004
by Sunbelt Publications
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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For it paints a graphic picture of San Diego's rip-roaring early5/5(4). Louis Rose, San Diego's first Jewish settler and entrepreneur. [Donald H Harrison] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Add tags for "Louis Rose, San Diego's first Jewish settler and entrepreneur".
Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (8) Rose, Louis, -- The "Louis Rose Society for the Preservation of Jewish History" is named for him. A Point Loma elementary school, Cabrillo Elementary, established a sister-school relationship with an elementary school in Neuhaus-an-der-Oste, Germany, where Rose was born.
Louis Rose: San Diego's First Jewish Settler and Entrepreneur by Donald H. Harrison ( Born: MaNeuhaus-an-der-Oste, Germany. Civic. Louis Rose served on San Diego’s first “American” Grand Jury.
He was a volunteer in the mobilization, led by U.S. Army Major G.B. Fitzgeral, to track down Indian insurrectionist, Antonio Garra. InLouis Rose was elected to the San Diego City Board of Trustees. As a city trustee, he was instrumental in helping pay off the debt that had bankrupted the city under the.
The Louis Rose Society for the Preservation of Jewish History is raising money to build a statue of Louis Rose, San Diego's first Jewish settler, at Louis Rose Point, San Diegos First Jewish Settler and Entrepreneur book the foot of Womble Street in the old Naval Training Center, now known as Liberty Station.
Money is raised from people wishing to honor Jewish San Diegans living or dead. My own research for the biography, Louis Rose: San Diego’s First Jewish Settler and Entrepreneur found that McCoy like many San Diegans of the period had speculated in land on the hope that San Diego would become the western terminus of the nation’s southernmost transcontinental railroad.
McCoy served on the board of directors of the San. SAN DIEGO—The visitors center at Old Town San Diego State Historic Park is in the Robinson-Rose Building. It is named for James W.
Robinson and Louis Rose, two pioneer San Diegans who met on a wagon train, became friends, and within a few years of their arrival in San Diego joined the ranks of the town’s leading citizens.
Louis Rose was the first Jew who came to San Diego in The town at that time consisted of a settlement of a few adobe huts.
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