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A group of about 40 residents established the first congregation, The Hebrew Congregation of Hawaii.
It was, however, relatively short-lived and disbanded after six years.
On the islands of Maui and Hawaii, the communities are 25 to 30 years old.
Jews in Hawaii The archives in the Department of History at the University of Hawaii, records of the Jewish Welfare Board and Temple Emanu-el, all in Honolulu on the island of Oahu, reveal some history of Jews in Hawaii.* There were Jews among the large number of traders and merchants who came to Hawaii in the last half of the 19th century.
Tourism, one of the major industries in the Hawaiian Islands, thrives on such images.
Maui has the second largest Jewish community and most of the others live on Hawaii.
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The Jewish Welfare Board, after World War I, helped to establish a JWB center in a private home.
This flourished and led to the founding in 1938 by about 35 families of the Honolulu Jewish Community.