The Portuguese Jews of Jamaica

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Canoe Press, 2000 - History - 70 pages
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A comprehensive account of the Jewish population of Jamaica and its role in the economic and cultural life of the country. Beginning in the 16th century, the author chronicles the Jews' fight for civil rights and freedoms and the ways in which they played a key role in international commerce.
 

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Contents

Fotewotd
6
The Jewish Settlements in Jamaica
26
Jewish Rights and Disabilities
43
Bendigamos
60
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