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Early American Jewry the Jews of New York,New England and Canada 1649-1794. by Jacob Rader Marcus

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Published by Jewish Publication Society of America in Philadelphia .
Written in English


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Jews and Gentiles in Early America offers a uniquely detailed picture of Jewish life from the mid-seventeenth century through the opening decades of the new republic.. Though the first national census in counted barely three thousand Jews, the Jewish community was nevertheless far more important in the history of early America than their numbers suggest, author William Pencak reveals in 'This is a significant contribution to the study of American Judaism, delivered intelligently and succinctly. Lederhendler (American Jewish history, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem) emphasizes the sparseness and transience of early Jewish settlement, the relatively accommodating nature of the colonies and the new American nation, civic integration, occupational diversity, intermarriage, and the lack  › Books › History › Americas. Early American Jewry. by Jacob R. Marcus. Jewish Publication Society of America. Vol. I, pp, $ Vol. II, pp, $ The history of Colonial America has an intrinsic importance; it was in the Colonial period that our national institutions began to take form. Unfortunately, other considerations have often obscured our view of :// /early-american-jewry-by-jacob-r-marcus. Read this book on Questia. Early American Jewry - Vol. 1 by Jacob Radar Marcus, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Early American Jewry - Vol. 1 ().

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