History of Fayetteville's Jewish Community
Found throughout Fayetteville’s Jewish community are personal stories of hard work and challenges of Jewish immigrants who became Southern. Struggling to maintain their cultural and religious identities in a new land, assimilation meant blending their own traditions into Southern culture. Images, information, and artifacts show how Fayetteville’s economic, social, and cultural welfare has been positively impacted by local Jewish contributions.
Anne Frank and 31 Day Salute Event
Created by visitfayettevillenc
325 Franklin St.
Fayetteville, NC 28301
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|10/25||10:00a||From State House to Statehood|
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|10/28||10:00a||From State House to Statehood|
|10/29||10:00a||Cumberland County Goes to War|