Bridging Three Worlds: Hungarian-Jewish Americans, 1848-1914

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Univ of Massachusetts Press, 2009 - History - 316 pages
A chronicle of the Hungarian-Jewish immigration experience.
 

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Contents

The People of This Book
3
A Very Short History of Hungary
19
Jews and Magyars
25
The Quid pro Quo Arrangement
36
Religion Languages and Folklore
54
Two Jewries
71
The 48ers
83
Three Families
98
The Jewish Bond
180
The American Door
203
Flickers and Reflections
218
Tables
243
Estimating the Number Who Came to America
253
Passenger Lists Citizenship Applications and US Census of 1880
256
Questionnaires Organizations and Historical and Genealogical Societies
259
Notes
261

The Big Migration
110
Urban Colonies
129
Small Town Diaspora
149
The Magyar Connection
163

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