Abraham resnick

Abraham Resnick (1867–1942, Rochester, New York) was an American Rabbi, writer and publisher.

Resnick studied under Rabbi Abraham Zadok Bagin in Druya, Belarus. He served as rabbi in Ashkhabad (on the Caspian Sea), Kokand in Turkestan, and Moscow.

In 1924, Resnick emigrated to the United States. He served as rabbi in Quincy, Massachusetts, Lowell, Massachusetts and Rochester, New York.

Resnick contributed to many European Hebrew periodicals and published a book of his own articles.


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