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Zion in the Valley
The Jewish Community of St.Louis

 

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Zion in the Valley
The Jewish Community of St.Louis

by Walter Ehrlich (Author)

 

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ISBN: 9780826214140

 

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The second of a two-volume history of the Jewish community of St Louis covering the St Louis Jewish population of the 20th century and continuing where volume one concluded.


It looks at Jewish religious and educational institutions; Jewish participation in local political, economic, and civic activities; Jewish cultural, philanthropic, and recreational life; and especially Jewish demographics within the larger St. Louis area community. Existing histories of St. Louis barely even allude to its Jewish population. This narrative is based almost entirely upon unused primary sources: archival records, newspapers, reminiscences, interviews, and organizational records. The two volumes together are not only important components of St. Louis history but also a vital part of American urban, ethnic, and immigration history.


 

ISBN 826214142
ISBN13 9780826214140
Publisher University of Missouri Press
Format Hardback
Publication date 30/06/2002
Pages 632
Weight (grammes) 989
Published in United States
Height (mm) 235
Width (mm) 156