Jews In The Americas 1776 1826

Author: Michael Hoberman
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1315472554
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The period between 1776-1826 signalled a major change in how Jewish identity was understood both by Jews and non-Jews throughout the Americas. Jews in the Americas, 1776-1826 brings this world of change to life by uniting important out-of-print primary sources on early American Jewish life with rare archival materials that can currently be found only in special collections in Europe, England, the United States, and the Caribbean.

Publications Of The American Jewish Historical Society

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America History And Life

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Provides historical coverage of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present. Includes information abstracted from over 2,000 journals published worldwide.

Jewish Currents

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American Jewish Historical Quarterly

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A Constitutional History Of The American People 1776 1850

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The Encyclop Dia Britannica

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Appendix

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Everything You Need To Know About America S Jews And Their History

Author: Roy A. Rosenberg
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Chronicles the history of Jews in America and the contributions they have made, in a question-and-answer format

The Jew In The American World

Author: Jacob Rader Marcus
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ISBN: 9780814325476
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This volume is a documented history of the Jewish people in North America from the late 16th century. It chronicles the evolving domestic, religious and political experiences of Jews in the American colonies and later the United States.

American Judaism

Author: Jonathan D. Sarna
Editor: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300245386
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Jonathan D. Sarna’s award-winning American Judaism is now available in an updated and revised edition that summarizes recent scholarship and takes into account important historical, cultural, and political developments in American Judaism over the past fifteen years. Praise for the first edition: “Sarna . . . has written the first systematic, comprehensive, and coherent history of Judaism in America; one so well executed, it is likely to set the standard for the next fifty years.”—Jacob Neusner, Jerusalem Post “A masterful overview.”—Jeffrey S. Gurock, American Historical Review “This book is destined to be the new classic of American Jewish history.”—Norman H. Finkelstein, Jewish Book World Winner of the 2004 National Jewish Book Award/Jewish Book of the Year

Monthly Bulletin

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Jews In American History

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Eminent American Jews

Author: Charles Allan Madison
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Reference Library Of Jewish America International Jewish Figures

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A comprehensive survey of Jews in America including their history, immigration laws, education, business, language, religion, literature, art, music, and prominent people.

American Jewish Archives

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Hispanic Firsts

Author: Nicolás Kanellos
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Chronologically records 500 years of Hispanic achievement beginning with exploration and settlement in the New World and continuing through to the present day

Jews On The Frontier

Author: I. Harold Sharfman
Editor: Pangloss Press
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"Although most Jews settled in the heavily populated Eastern cities, in forgotten records the author has discovered a colorful, important gallery of frontiersmen, traders, explorers, and military leaders, whose lives encompass the significant events of our history, from the French and Indian Wars to the Alamo"--Book jacket.

The Chosen Wars

Author: Steven R. Weisman
Editor: Simon & Schuster
ISBN: 1416573275
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“An important beginning to understanding the truth over myth about Judaism in American history” (New York Journal of Books), Steven R. Weisman tells the dramatic story of the personalities that fought each other and shaped this ancient religion in America in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The struggles that produced a redefinition of Judaism illuminate the larger American experience and the efforts by all Americans to reconcile their faith with modern demands. The narrative begins with the arrival of the first Jews in New Amsterdam and plays out over the nineteenth century as a massive immigration takes place at the dawn of the twentieth century. First there was the practical matter of earning a living. Many immigrants had to work on the Sabbath or traveled as peddlers to places where they could not keep kosher. Doctrine was put aside or adjusted. To take their places as equals, American Jews rejected their identity as a separate nation within America. Judaism became an American religion. These profound changes did not come without argument. Steven R. Weisman’s “lucid and entertaining” (Publishers Weekly, starred review) The Chosen Wars tells the stories of the colorful rabbis and activists—including Isaac Mayer Wise, Mordecai Noah, David Einhorn, Rebecca Gratz, and Isaac Lesser—who defined American Judaism and whose disputes divided it into the Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox branches that remain today. “Only rarely does an author succeed in writing a book that reframes how we perceive our own history. The Chosen Wars is...fascinating and provocative” (Jewish Journal).

Reference Library Of European America

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Presents information on all aspects of European American life including politics, employment and income, education, religion, literature, performing arts, science and medicine, and sports.