3 edition of Jews of New Orleans found in the catalog.
Jews of New Orleans
|Statement||by Andrew Simons and the Greater New Orleans Archivists ; with a historical introduction by Irwin Lachoff ; edited by Lester Sullivan.|
|Genre||Sources, Bibliography, Catalogs, Directories|
|Contributions||Lachoff, Irwin., Sullivan, Lester., Greater New Orleans Archivists.|
|LC Classifications||F379.N59 J57 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||239 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||2009379033|
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Price New from Used from Kindle/5(9). The impression is that the early Jews (arriving before ) were always a dynamic community. Their successes and Jews of New Orleans book was always greater than their numbers.
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New Orleans is not a typical Southern city. The Jews w /5(1). Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Korn, Bertram Wallace. Early Jews of New Orleans. Waltham, Mass., American Jewish Historical Society.
Clearly -- the Jewish community here has long been one of the most gifted and active in the country. Yet another example of just how unique New Orleans is. A good companion to this volume would be teh dry but VERY informative book by Bertram Korn, The Early Jews of New Orleans ()/5(5).
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The city of New Orleans was founded by the French inand six years later colonial leaders began enforcing the Code Noir, or Black Code, ofwhich expelled all Jews. Jewish New Orleans.
by Gail Chalew. The New Orleans Jewish community has been an integral part of the city, which will be celebrating its tricentennial inthroughout most of its history. And like New Orleans, the Jewish community has a colorful and spirited tradition that it continues to live out in the 21st century.
Old and New Traditions. The first Jewish immigrant came to New Orleans ina Dutch Sephardic Jew named Isaac Monsanto. A small population of Jewish immigrants followed him seeking a new life in America.
By the mids, a modest number of Jews had trickled into the city to seek opportunity. Grant's decree was “the most sweeping anti-Jewish regulation in all of American history,” historian and rabbi Bertram W.
Korn noted in his book American Jewry and the Civil War. Though the. Get this from a library. The Jewish community of New Orleans. [Irwin Lachoff; Catherine C Kahn] -- "New Orleans is not a typical Southern city. The Jews who have settled in New Orleans from to the present have had a very different experience than others in the South.
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Since the mids, Jews have fundamentally shaped New Orleans. The city wouldn’t be the same without its Jewish community, says Kahn, who co-wrote Images of America: The Jewish Community of New Orleans. “We have assimilated into the general New Orleans community. We live on any block in the city.
We are part and parcel of New Orleans.”. Jews of New Orleans An Archival Guide Paperback – January 1, by Andrew Simons (Author), Irwin Lachoff (Introduction), Lester Sullivan (Editor) & See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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