Silkiner, Benjamin Nahum
- (1882-1933)American Hebrew poet. He was born in Vikija, Lithuania. He went to the US in 1904 and later taught at the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. He published texts for Hebrew schools, helped to produce an English-Hebrew dictionary and wrote narrative poetry.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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SILKINER, BENJAMIN NAHUM — (1882–1933), U.S. Hebrew poet. Born in Vilkija, Lithuania, Silkiner arrived in 1904 in the United States, where he taught Hebrew at a Hebrew elementary school and Bible at the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York,… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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