3 edition of The Business of Jews in Louisiana, 1840-1875 found in the catalog.
The Business of Jews in Louisiana, 1840-1875
August 7, 2003
by University Alabama Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||232|
Doctoral dissertation submitted to George Washington University, which was later transformed into The Business of Jews in Louisiana, - and published by the University of Alabama in Ater, Mrs. Lucy, Interview; Collection no. (1 item). Transcription of audiotape interview conducted by Dorothy Schlesinger. The Business of Jews in New Orleans, Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press. Bain, Brian. Shalom Y'all. Directed by Brian Bain, Produced by Susan Levitas. A one-hour documentary film about Jews in the South, includes footage in Louisiana from Donaldsonville, Morgan City and New Orleans. Cohen, Brian.
BOOK NOTES Reference works in all fields are listed under "Reference." American Jewish Life The Business of Jews in Louisiana, Elliott Ashkenazi. Tuscaloosa, Ala.: University of Alabama Press, $ pp. ISBN Deals with the question of whether Jews who lived in the South during. My source is Elliot Ashkenazi's The Business of Jews in Louisiana, He produces a population table that's credited to Stephen Hertzberg's Strangers Within the Gate City: The Jews of Atlanta. A footnote indicates the figures were compiled by Rabbi Isaac Leeser in and the author (Ashkenazi) concedes these numbers are probably low.
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Business of Jews in Louisiana, Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document. The Business of Jews in Louisiana, [Elliott Ashkenazi]. This study of Jewish settlement in Louisiana goes beyond institutional history to concentrate on commercial and social matters.
The author’s findings imply that Jewish immigrants. This study of Jewish settlement in Louisiana goes beyond institutional history to concentrate on commercial and social matters. The author’s findings imply that Jewish immigrants to the South in the first half of the 19th century came from particular locales with similar social, economic, and religious backgrounds, and they chose to live in the South because of those traditions.
One such new departure is Elliott Ashkenazi's book, which focuses on Louisiana's Jewish business community and its practices. Although relatively small in number, Jewish business leaders had unique and significant roles and functions in Louisiana and elsewhere in the South and did much to sustain regional economic growth both before and after.
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