Haven and home: a history of the Jews in America

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Schocken Books, Jan 13, 1985 - History - 401 pages
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Traces the history of American Jews from the first Jewish refugees landing at New Amsterdam in 1655 to the present, and examines their contributions to American culture

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Contents

In Colonial America
3
The Early Republic
25
The Emerging Community
51
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Karp is the Philip S. Bernstein Professor Emeritus of Jewish Studies at the University of Rochester.

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