Concordia Association

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The Concordia Association was a Jewish organization in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Concordia Association was established in 1864 to assist new Jewish immigrants in the city. (The earliest known Jewish settlers in Little Rock were brothers Jacob Mitchell, Hyman Mitchell, and Levi Mitchell from Galacia. They arrived in 1830.)

The association's Concordia Hall on Markham Street downtown was constructed by Max Hilb in 1882. Concordia Halll was occupied by the association until 1887. The association eventually moved to the Western Hills Country Club.


  • Kristin Netterstrom, "Plaque a Reminder of Jewish Settlers," Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, March 21, 2009.

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