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THE GERMAN-JEWISH MIGRATION TO AMERICA

Max J. Kohler
Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society
No. 9 (1901), pp. 87-105
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43058848
Page Count: 19
Subjects: Religion History Jewish Studies
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Notes and References

This item contains 11 references.

[Footnotes]
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    Levy v. Levy, 33 N. Y., 97.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • "The Martyrdom of San Pedro Arbues," in the Am, Hist. Association Papers, vol. III.
    • Kayserling's Christopher Columbus, page 21.
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    Jewish Times, November 18 and 25, 1870.
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    Morais, Jews of Philadelphia, p. 70 et seq.¡ and Krauskopf, "Half a Century of Judaism in the United States," Am. Jews' Annual, 1883.
  • 3
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Dr. J. H. Hollander in Publications, II, p. 42, V. 117;
    • Biography of Joseph Simon, I, 121;
    • Markens' Hebrews in America, p. 78 et seq.,
    • Am. Jews 9 Annual, 1893, p. 96.
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    "News by Mail. Situation of the Jews of the United States of America. (Passages from a letter, dated New York, July 20, 1807, from a son of the Jewish family Bleichroeder, resident here, to his parents and relatives.)
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    Benjamin, Drei Jahre in Amerika, vol. 1; Statistics of Jews of the U. S., published by the Union of Am. Hebrew Cong., 1880.
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    Benjamin, Drei Jahre in Amerika, and the Allgemeine Zeitung des Judenthums, New York Correspondence, beginning vol. 10, p. 18 etc.
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    Reform Advocate, of May 4, 1901, on The Jews of Illinois, by Herman Eleassof, edited by Dr. E. G. Hirsch, and also a History of Congre- gation Beth El, Detroit, Michigan, 1850-1900, published in 1900.
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    A. S. Freidus, Esq., for the Bulletin of the New York Public Library, May, 1901, pp. 198-200.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • "History of the Independent Order of the B'ne B'rith," by Julius Bien, Menorah Monthly, beginning vol. I, No. 1, (July, 1896);
    • 50th Anniversary Exercises, Menorah Monthly, October and Novem- ber, 1893.