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Updated: October 21, 2017 @ 3:52 pm
See events that have highlighted the Jewish community in Sioux City from 1857 to 1994.
1857: Godfrey Hattenback, the first Jewish settler, arrives in Sioux City.
1892: First Orthodox synagogue, Adas Yeshurn, is organized.
1898: Reform Mt. Sinai Temple congregation is organized.
1915: The city directory lists 120 to 125 Jewish-owned businesses.
1927: Conservative Shaare Zion Synagogue is dedicated.
1948: State of Israel is born.
1955: Orthodox synagogues merge into United Orthodox Synagogue.
1967: Holocaust memorial erected at 14th and Nebraska streets.
1993: Mt. Sinai and Shaare Zion consolidate.