“Stand firm and united against the threats and pressure…
We want to encourage Israel not to give in to those who try to pressure them to give up parts of the homeland.
He died in Omaha’s Hanscom Park in 1909 at the age of 60 in highly mysterious circumstances.
Ostensibly a suicide, it was reported at the time that he shot himself first in the temple, then in the chest, with his left hand, although Julius was right-handed.
In 1885, Solomon Bibo married Juana Valle, the granddaughter of Martin Valle, the Acoma Chief.
After the Civil War, Kalisher partnered with Henry Wartenberg in a tannery, one of the city’s first factories.
He joined his older brothers Max, Moritz and Adolph who had founded a cigar store and a jewelry/music store.
Young Julius carved out his own business niche, trading his cigars and jewelry from his brothers’ stores with Native American tribes.
Wearing their ceremonial robes, the Chiefs met with an Israeli Government Minister.
“We are here to deliver a message to the residents of Israel,” the chiefs explained.