Seattle Historic Sephardic Jewish Tour

EXPLORE SEATTLE'S HISTORIC SEPHARDIC NEIGHBORHOOD IN THE CENTRAL DISTRICT

 

Sephardic history in Seattle and Washington state is rich with a vibrancy that resonates through all of community life today. Seattle has the 3rd largest Sephardic population in the United States and this proud heritage is highlighted by the Washington State Jewish Historical Society in this Tour presented in our digital museum, the Washington Jewish Museum. This tour is the first in the Society's Take A Walk Through History series.


Before Taking the Tour: Listen to this Introductory Podcast which talks about the historic Sephardic experience in Seattle

LISTEN BY CLICKING HERE  This Podcast introduces the Seattle Sephardic Digital Walking and Driving Tour and features interviews with University of Washington Prof. Devin Naar, Isaac Azose and Regina Barkey Amira. Narrator is Cynthia Flash Hemphill.
Music performed by Isaac Azose is used with his permission.


Experience the Sephardic Tour in Multiple Ways


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View all of the generous sponsors of this program here.


Washington State Jewish Historical Society is dedicated to discovering, preserving, and disseminating the history of the Jews of Washington state and promotes interest in and knowledge of the life, history, and culture of the Jewish people and communities through publications, exhibits, displays, speakers, tours, and performance.

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