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  • Belle Moskowitz (1877 - 1933)
    Virtual Library: Born in Harlem, Moskowitz trained to become a drama teacher. Her work at the Educational Alliance, a Jewish Settlement on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, was the beginning of her lon...
  • Henry Moskowitz, Ph.D. (1879 - 1936)
  • Robert Moskowitz
    Robert Moskowitz (born 1935 in Brooklyn, New York) is a contemporary American painter who was influenced by, among other movements, Abstract Expressionism, and gained recognition in the 1960s onwa...
  • R' Shulem Moskowitz, Admur Shatz-London (1877 - 1958)
    Hebrew Wikipedia Profile ___Harav Shalom Moskowitz was born in Vybranivka, Galicia, on 17 Kislev 5638/1877. His father was Harav Mordechai Yosef Moshe of Sulitza. Named after his mother’s great-grandf...

About the Moskowitz surname

Moskowitz family may take their origin from Moskovitika tribe among Toba-Kom people,also called Mocovit ,members of which might have taken part in the foundation of Moscow too after the exile of the

Southern Country of the Holy Land of America by Bables from about 666 b.c..

Peoples of related languages in general descend from Awam-Mawan-Na son of Ar-Ran-Ma ,and may involve inhabitants of Awam regionand soem Komi tribes as well although now of changed language .

Their original territory seems to be located around the ancient Pelashta city of Geta ,kings of which were titled Seren in their language . This may also be the cause some neighbours calle Komis in Perem and at Ural also Seren and variations , as successors of Pelashta kings of the Holy Land .

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