Jewish History in Texas

Jewish History In Texas

Jewish Texans have been a part of the history of Texas since the first European explorers arrived in the region in the 16th century. In 1990, there were around 108,000 adherents to Judaism in Texas. More recent estimates place the number at around 120,000.

Read more about Jewish History In Texas:  History of Jewish Texans, List of Jewish Texans, Jewish Communities in Texas

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