Jewish Maps of the US from the American Jewish Year Book 2015

Sponsor(s): American Jewish Year Book, Berman Jewish DataBank@The Jewish Federations of North America, University of Connecticut - Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life, University of Miami - Sue and Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary Jewish Studies

Principal Investigator(s): Ira M. Sheskin, Arnold Dashefsky, Charles Shahar

Key Findings:

JEWISH MAPS OF THE US and CANADA THE AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK 2015

The U.S. maps in this section come from Ira M. Sheskin and Arnold Dashefsky. “Jewish Population in the United States, 2015,” in Arnold Dashefsky and Ira M. Sheskin. (Editors) The American Jewish Year Book, 2015, 115 (2015) (Dordrecht: Springer).

• The US maps have been updated as of May 2016.

The Canada map comes from Charles Shahar. “Jewish Population of Canada, 2015,” in Arnold Dashefsky and Ira M. Sheskin. (Editors) The American Jewish Year Book, 2015, 115 (2015) (Dordrecht: Springer). 

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US MAPS - 19 MAPS

MAP 1: US Census Regions and Census Divisions

MAP 2: Jewish Population of US, 1971

MAP 3: Jewish Population of US, 2015

MAP 4 -  Changes Jewish Population 1971-2015.... Note that in these 1971-2015 maps, each dot represents 1,500 Jews and that the dots are randomly placed within each state.

MAP 5: Jewish Population by County (see also Comenetz, Jewish Population by US County)

MAP 6: Southern New England, Map 7: Northern New England, MAP 8: New Jersey, MAP 9: New York, MAP 10: Pennsylvania,

MAP 11: NE Midwest (Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin) and MAP 12: NW Midwest (Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas), MAP 13: Ohio.

MAP 14: Southeast, MAP 15: Delaware, Maryland, DC and Northern Virginia, MAP 16: Florida,  MAP 17: Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas,

MAP 18: The West and MAP 19; California

 

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