How Strange It Seems: The Cultural Life of Jews in Small-Town New England

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Jews have lived in small-town New England since the colonial era, but during the last hundred years they have been especially active contributors to the region's cultural life. Part oral history, part ethnography, and part literary portrait, How Strange It Seems tells the story of this often overlooked group, tracing its patterns of settlement, economic activity, civic involvement, and religious life since the late 1800s. Based on more than fifty interviews with men and women of all ages from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, ...

How Strange It Seems: The Cultural Life of Jews in Small-Town New England 2008, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst

ISBN-13: 9781558496460

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