The latter is the designated character for the Fourth Lodge.
On its right are four characters that read “stream”, “large”, “person”, and “head”.
"I don't think anyone else had done that kind of thing at that time.""It's open all year round," explains Frymark.
Yet it is a mistake to view any such society solely through the lens of criminal justice.
Most were much more than mere lairs of Mafia-style gangsters.
Refugees spread through the Dutch Caribbean, beginning fresh Jewish communities.
A boatload of about 23 Jews sailed into the remote Dutch port of New Amsterdam and requested permission to remain.
You can’t wait to begin your life with your beau, but first, you need to prove to your parents that you’re ready to marry—by being bundled up in a sack and put to bed.
This unusual courtship ritual had a standard format.
"Her original name was Dunboyne and she was built as a cargo ship.
She went all over the world: America, South America, Australia, shipping all kinds of things.""Sweden had a lot of youth hostels up in the mountains and up in the north, but we didn't have any in the big cities," explains Frymark.
The American Revolution marked a turning point not only in American Jewish history, but in modern Jewish history generally.
Men's 19th Century (1800s) clothing items available include: Frock Coats (frockcoats), Morning Coats (cutaway), Tail Coats (tailcoats, tails), sack coat (sackcoats), great coats (greatcoats), dusters, capes, shirts (collared and collarless), detachable collars (linen, linene and celluloid), cravats, string ties, scarf's, bandannas, pants, chaps, leggings (leggins), vests (waistcoats), underwear, socks, hats (including: top hats, bowlers, slouch, sombreros, straw, vaquero and a variety of others), boots and shoes (brogans).
This marked the beginning of Jewish communal life in North America.