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by Geraldine S. Foster,Eleanor F. Horvitz,Judith Weiss Cohen

eBook Jews of Rhode Island, 1658-1958 (Images of America) download ISBN: 0752408968
Author: Geraldine S. Foster,Eleanor F. Horvitz,Judith Weiss Cohen
Publisher: Arcadia Pub (March 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1297 kb
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Subcategory: United States

Geraldine S Foster, Eleanor F Horvitz.

They brought to these shores skills and traditions that America has welcomed and rewarded.

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Series: Images of America.

Although the fact is seldom recognized, Jews have been a part of the American experience since the early colonial days.

Despite their small numbers, the Jews of Rhode Island can claim two governors and many . Images of America (Arcadia Publishing).

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Foster, Geraldine . Horvitz, Eleanor . Cohen, Jusith Weiss (1998). Jews of Rhode Island 1658–1958. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 978-0-7385-9015-8.

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Although the fact is seldom recognized, Jews have been a part of the American experience since the early colonial days. They brought to these shores skills and traditions that America has welcomed and rewarded. They have made major contributions to this country's social, scientific, and cultural fabric. Despite their small numbers, the Jews of Rhode Island can claim two governors and many lawyers, physicians, scientists, manufacturers, businessmen, artists, and educators in state history. The Jews of Rhode Island 1658-1958 is the first comprehensive pictorial history of the Rhode Island Jewish experience. It provides a broad sweep of the first 300 years of Jewish history in Rhode Island beginning with the very first Jewish settlers in Newport in 1658 and includes images of their lives in all parts of the state.