|Contributions||Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston.|
|LC Classifications||F73.9.J5 I87 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||88102439|
Alan S. Pierce is president of the Jewish Historical Society of the North Shore. Along with members of the society, he is proud to have helped produce two books detailing the rich history of Jewish migration to Boston's North Shore over years ago and celebrating the vibrant community that has is a frequent lecturer in the community in addition to his busy law practice.4/5(1). The stunning work combines illuminating essays by distinguished Jewish historians with rare photographs to trace the community from its tentative beginnings in colonial Boston through its 4/5(1). Rabbi Wieder's fascinating history of the early Jewish community of the North End of Boston will appeal to several groups of readers. To the layman he tells a lively story of immigrants escaping from the shtetl of Eastern Europe to create a new Jewish and American way of life in the streets of Boston. Charles Reznikoff here adds the Jewish community of Boston to COMMENTARY’s gallery of American Jewish community “portraits”—which has so far included the communities of Richmond, San Francisco, Montreal, New Haven, and various other cities.
Jewish Community of Boston is a website for frum Jews looking to move or who have recently moved to the Greater Boston Area: This guide will provide you with basic comprehensive information. The mission of JCDS, Boston's Jewish Community Day School, is to provide a premier education that nurtures each student's capacity for intellectual discovery and decision-making within a respectful, pluralist, bilingual Hebrew-English environment. As chronicled in the book “ The Death of an American Jewish Community,” ruthless real estate agents engaged in aggressive blockbusting tactics. In Boston’s once heavily Jewish Dorchester, today’s The Way of the Cross Holy Church building once served the Jewish community, as seen in .
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