The Jewish American Society for Historic Preservation (JASHP)] is an American non-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer historical society. The society locates sites of American and Jewish historical interest and importance. It works with local community organizations, synagogues, churches, historical societies, governments and individuals, to erect interpretive historical markers that help illuminate the American-Jewish experience and reflect on the commonality of being American.

JASHP was founded in 1999 after the discovery of the first permanent Jewish house of worship in the territory of New Mexico (Temple Montefiore, Las Vegas, N.M.). JASHP has completed projects in 25 states and in four countries. Projects are being developed in Minnesota, Oregon, North Dakota, South Dakota and Oklahoma. Over 5,000,000 people a year benefit from JASHP projects. JASHP is the recipient of Hadassah's Myrtle Wreath Award, which is "given to individuals and non-profit organizations which have made significant humanitarian contributions to our community."

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