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Jewish pioneers on Canada's prairies: The Lipton Jewish agricultural colony

THEODORE H. FRIEDGUT
Jewish History
Vol. 21, No. 3/4 (2007), pp. 385-411
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20728556
Page Count: 27
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Jewish pioneers on Canada's prairies: The Lipton Jewish agricultural colony
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Abstract

This article offers a detailed analysis of the forces that shaped the Lipton colony in its 50-year existence, one of several dozen attempts to establish Jewish agricultural settlement on Canada's Western prairies. Comparing both the particularities and the common features of Lipton with those of other colonies will allow strengthening some of the commonly accepted generalizations regarding these colonies, while at the same time showing other assumptions to be questionable or even myth.

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