Southern Jewish History: The Journal of the Southern Jewish Historical Society, Volume 14 (2011)

Softcover, Maitland, FL: Southern Jewish Historical Society, 2011. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.

Binding is sound. Pages clean, bright. Wrappers have very light handling wear. Contents: Weissbach, Contextualizing the Franco-Jewish experience in the South. Rogoff, A tale of two cities: race, riots, and religion in New Bern and Wilmington, North Carolina, 1898. Umansky, Paula Ackerman: pioneer in the pulpit. Lazarowitz, A Southern senator and Israel: Senator J. William Fulbright's accusations of undue influence over American foreign policy in the Middle East. Langston, The Bibl and bombings: Southern rabbis respond during the Civil Rights movement. Book reviews exhibit reviews, website review. Glossary, notes on authors, errata. Contents of back issues of the journal from Volume 1 to Volume 13. ; 9.0" tall; 256 pages.

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