6 edition of Jews of New Jersey found in the catalog.
|Statement||Patricia M. Ard and Michael Aaron Rockland.|
|Contributions||Rockland, Michael Aaron.|
|LC Classifications||F145.J5 A74 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||2001019837|
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This fantastic book makes people living in New Jersey realize that the jews they see walking around have deep histories; many rooted in the holocaust, all certiantly impacted by it. A brilliant and beautiful pictorial history of the Jews living in New Jersey and their geneality/5(2).
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"Jews of Weequahic" documents - in both text and photos - the heyday of the Jewish community of Newark, New Jersey. Covering the immediate pre- and post-war era and ending inthis description of the life of Jews of New Jersey book community centered in a given section of New Jersey's largest city is a deliciously nostalgic by: 1.
This fantastic book makes people living in New Jews of New Jersey book realize that the jews they see walking around have deep histories; many rooted in the holocaust, all certiantly impacted by it.
A brilliant and beautiful pictorial history of the Jews living in New Jersey and their geneality/5(2). The Jews of New Jersey: A Pictorial History redresses this lack with a lively narrative and hundreds of archival and family photographsmany rarethat bring this history to life.
Patricia Ard and Michael Rockland focus on representative Jewish communities throughout the Jews of New Jersey book, paying particular attention to the extraordinary stories of ordinary people.4/5(1). The Jews of New Jersey: A Pictorial History [Patricia Ard and Michael Aaron Rockland].
Jews have called New Jersey home since the late seventeenth century, and they currently make up almost 6 percent of the states residents. Yet, until now, no book h. Buy a cheap copy of The Jews of New Jersey: A Pictorial book by Michael Aaron Rockland.
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Summary: Jews have called New Jersey home since the late 17th century and currently make up six per cent of the state's residents. Designed to appeal to both the historian and the general reader, Jews of New Jersey book text features a lively narrative and archival and family photographs to bring their history to life.
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Jews have lived throughout the state from the northern border with New York State to the southern border with Delaware and Pennsylvania, on the eastern coast as well as within the suburban New York communities.
The largest concentration of Jews is in Bergen County (83,), Essex County (76,), Monmouth County (65,), Middlesex County (45,), Cherry Hill and southern New Jersey.
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The story is that of the Jews of Newark, New Jersey, who at the midpoint mark of the 20th century had on their side numbers and history and carefully nurtured social, religious and cultural institutions – but for whom communal desolation awaited and whose legions of rabbis, businessmen, Author: Jason Maoz.
The history of the Jews in Jersey dates back to at least the s. There was a community in Jersey from the s. The Jersey Old Hebrew Congregation was founded in and closed around As of there were about 85 Jews living in Jersey. "Hasidism is a tremendous work of research."—Shalom Auslander, Times Literary Supplement "Hasidism: A New History is a monumental scholarly achievement and a great contribution to the understanding of one of the most important movements in Jewish life in the modern period."—Moshe Halbertal, New York Review of Books "For this remarkably well.
New Jersey is a state in the Mid-Atlantic region of the Northeastern United is bordered on the north and east by the state of New York; on the east, southeast, and south by the Atlantic Ocean; on the west by the Delaware River and Pennsylvania; and on the southwest by Delaware Bay and the State of Jersey is the fourth-smallest state by area but the 11th Before statehood: Province of New Jersey.
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