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Partner: Jewish Museum, London (JML)
Reference: 2002.25
Title: Jewish East London
Description: Map showing by colour the proportion of the Jewish population of East London, street by street, in 1899 - Map showing by colour the proportion of the Jewish population to other residents of East London, street by street, in 1899. The streets with the highest Jewish population are coloured dark blue and those with the lowest are coloured dark red, and it illustrates clearly the predominantly Jewish population at the time of the areas of Whitechapel, Spitalfields and Mile End in particular. It was reproduced in 'The Jew in London' by C Russell and H S Lewis, published in 1901. The maker, George Arkell, compiled the map from information gathered by the London School Board through its various visitors.
Date(s): 1901
Community: Jewish Community
Theme: Settling (experiences of living in England)
Format: Image
Access: Available for consultation at the Jewish Museum, London.
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