ABBREVIATIONS, SYMBOLS, AND SHORT TITLES IN THE NOTES
This key may be considered a virtual bibliography for it includes all the unpublished records, documents, source collections and works to which my notes refer with some frequency. Omitted here are works and manuscripts cited only once. All term papers unless otherwise marked are in the AJAr.
Ableser, “Isaac Leeser”
Jeffrey Ableser, “The Mind of Isaac Leeser as Perceived through Volume Four of his Discourses on the Jewish Religion,” (HUC term paper, 1977).
Abrahams, Hebraic Bookland
Israel Abrahams, By-Paths in Hebraic Bookland (Phila., 1920).
Abrahams and Levy, Lord Macaulay
Isaac Abrahams and S. Levy (eds.), Essay and Speech on Jewish Disabilities by Lord Macaulay (2d ed., Edinburgh, 1916).
Appletons’ Cyclopaedia of American Biography.
Adams, Atlas of American History
James Truslow Adams (ed.), Atlas of American History (N.Y., 1943).
Hannah Adams, A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Denominations, etc. (N.Y., 1817).
Adams, History of the Jews
Hannah Adams, The History of the Jews From the Destruction of Jerusalem to the Nineteenth Century (2 vols., Boston, 1812).
Adler, Cat. of Leeser Library
Cyrus Adler (comp.), Catalogue of the Leeser Library (Phila., 1883).
Aguilar, Jewish Faith
Grace Aguilar, The Jewish Faith: Its Spiritual Consolation, Moral Guidance, and Immortal Hope, etc., Preface by Isaac Leeser (Phila., 1864).
Aguilar, Spirit of Judaism
Grace Aguilar, The Spirit of Judaism, ed., Isaac Leeser (Phila., 1842).
The American Hebrew.
Ahlstrom, Religious History
Sydney E. Ahlstrom, A Religious History of the American People (New Haven, 1972).
The American Historical Review.
The American Israelite [until 1874: The Israelite].
American Jewish Archives (publication).
American Jewish Archives (institution), Cincinnati.
American Jewish History.
American Jewish Historical Quarterly.
American Jewish Historical Society, Waltham, Mass.
American Jewish Historical Society Library, Waltham, Mass.
American Jewish Year Book.
American-Judaica & Hebraica … Offered for Sale by the Aldine Book Company (N.Y., n.d.).
Milton E. Altfeld, The Jew’s Struggle for Religious and Civil Liberty in Maryland (Baltimore, 1924).
American Jews’ Annual
The American Jews’ Annual (Cincinnati, Chicago and N.Y., 5645–57 A.M. (1884–1897)).
American State Papers (1911)
William Addison Blakely (ed.), American State Papers (Washington, D. C., 1911).
American State Papers (1949)
American State Papers (4th ed., Washington, D. C., 1949).
Anshe Chesed, N.Y., Auszug
Auszug aus den Staatsgesetzen von New-York, u.s.w. [Constitution of Congregation Anshe Chesed, N.Y.] (N.Y., 1839).
Anshe Chesed, N.Y., Minutes
Minutes of Congregation Anshe Chesed, New York, copy in AJAr.
Armes and Livington, Nancy Shippen
Ann Home Livingston (Shippen), Nancy Shippen, her Journal Book, ed. by Ethel Armes (Phila., 1935).
B. & B., JOUS
Joseph L. Blau and Salo W. Baron (eds.), The Jews of the United States, 1790–1840: A Documentary History (3 vols., N.Y., 1963).
Baron, The Jewish Community
Salo W. Baron, The Jewish Community (3 vols., Phila., 1942).
Barrett, Old Merchants
Walter Barrett, Old Merchants of New York City (3 vols., N.Y., 1863–70).
Bartlett, Familiar Quotations
John Bartlett, Familiar Quotations (13th ed., Boston, 1955).
Joseph R. Rosenbloom, A Biographical Dictionary of Early American Jews: Colonial Times through 1800 (Lexington, Ky., 1960).
Beard, Rise of Am. Civilization
Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard, The Rise of American Civilization (2 vols., N.Y., 1927).
Beerman, “Rebecca Gratz”
Leonard I. Beerman, “Rebecca Gratz—An Analysis of the Life and Activity of the Foremost Jewess of the Nineteenth Century, etc.” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1949).
Benjamin, Three Years
I. J. Benjamin, Three Years in America 1859–1862 (2 vols., Phila., 1956).
Bennett, “Isaac Leeser”
Emanuel Bennett, “A Critical Evaluation of the Life of Isaac Leeser” (Ph.D. diss., Yeshivah University, N.Y., 1955).
Berk, History of the Jews
M. A. Berk, The History of the Jews, from the Taking of Jerusalem by Titus, to the Present Time, etc. (Andover, Mass., 1843).
Berman, “Mikveh Israel”
Daniel M. Berman, “The Correspondence of Congregation Mikveh Israel, Philadelphia, 1831–1843” (HUC term paper, 1955).
Myron Berman, Richmond’s Jewry, 1769–1976: Shabbat in Shockoe (Charlottesville, Va., 1979).
Jeremiah J. Berman, Shehitah: a Study in the Cultural and Social Life of the Jewish People (N.Y., 1941).
Beth Elohim, Charleston, Constitution (1820)
Constitution of the Hebrew Congregation of Kaal Kadosh Beth-Elohim or House of God, Charleston (Charleston, S.C., 1820).
Beth Elohim, Charleston, Constitution (1836)
New Constitution of the Hebrew Congregation of Kaal Kadosh Beth Elohim, or House of God (Charleston, S.C., 1837).
Beth Elohim, Charleston, Minutes
Minutes of Congregation Beth Elohim, Charleston, S.C., copy in AJAr.
Beth Shalome, Richmond, Constitution
Constitution of Congregation Beth Shalome, Richmond, Aug. 24, 1789, copy in Emily Solis-Cohen Papers, Marcus Collections.
Beth Shalome, Richmond, Resolution (before 1818)
Resolution of Congregation Beth Shalome, in J. Ezekiel Scrapbook, Richmond, Va., copy in Marcus Collections.
Billington, Protestant Crusade
Ray Allen Billington, The Protestant Crusade, 1800–1860 (Chicago, 1964).
Biographical Directory of the American Congress
Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774–1971 (Washington, D. C., 1971).
Joseph L. Blau, Cornerstones of Religious Freedom in America (Boston, 1950).
Herbert I. Bloom, The Economic Activities of the Jews of Amsterdam in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (Williamsport, Pa., 1937).
Bloom, “Mikveh Israel”
B. Bloom, “The Culture, Practices and Ideals.… in the Minute Book of Congregation Mikveh Israel, Philadelphia, Pa., 1781–1795” (HUC term paper, n.d.).
Maurice J. Bloom, Early Settlers of the Jewish Faith in Newburgh and Vicinity (Newburgh, N.Y., 1945).
Isidor Blum, The Jews of Baltimore, etc. (Baltimore, 1910).
Mrs. Joel Larus (Jane Bortman Larus) of Waban, Mass., has an important collection of American Judaica, collected by her father, Mark Bortman, of Newton Centre, Mass. There is a published inventory of the documents, 82 items, in AJAr.
Brackenridge, Speeches on the Jew Bill
H. M. Brackenridge et al., Speeches on the Jew Bill (Phila., 1829).
Brandeis Avukah Annual
Joseph Shalom Shubow et al. (eds.), The Brandeis Avukah Annual of 1932: A Collection of Essays on Contemporary Zionist Thought, Dedicated to Justice Louis D. Brandeis (Boston, 1932).
Barnett R. Brickner, “The Jewish Community of Cincinnati, Historical and Descriptive, 1817–1935” (Ph.D. diss., University of Cincinnati, 1935).
Brigham, American Newspapers
Clarence S. Brigham, History and Bibliography of American Newspapers, 1690–1820 (2 vols., Worcester, Mass., 1947).
Brown, History of the Destruction
Thomas Brown, The History of the Destruction of the City and Temple of Jerusalem, and of the Ruin and Dispersion of the Jewish Nation (Albany, 1825).
Byars, B. and M. Gratz
William Vincent Byars (ed.), B. and M. Gratz: Merchants in Philadelphia, 1754–1798 (Jefferson City, Mo., 1916).
Carman and Syrett, History
Harry J. Carman and Harold C. Syrett, A History of the American People (2 vols., N.Y., 1957).
E. N. Carvalho, Sermon Preached on Sunday … July 7, 1816 on Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Mr. Gershom Mendes Seixas (Phila., 1816).
Central Conference of American Rabbis Yearbook.
Edward Channing, A History of the United States (7 vols., N.Y., 1907–1932).
Proceedings of a Public Meeting of the Citizens of Charleston … in relation to the Persecution of the Jews in the East (Charleston, S.C., 1840).
Charleston Will Book
Charleston Will Books, Charleston, S.C.
Clapp, Autobiographical Sketches
Theodore Clapp, Autobiographical Sketches and Recollections during a Thirty-Five Years’ Residence in New Orleans (Boston, 1857).
Clark, Naval Documents
William Bell Clark (ed.), Naval Documents of the American Revolution (4 vols., Washington, D. C., 1964–1969).
Cohen, Elements of the Jewish Faith
S. I. Cohen, Elements of the Jewish Faith (Richmond, Va., 1817).
Cohen, “Isaac Leeser”
Emily Solis-Cohen, “Isaac Leeser, The Man and His Destiny: The Story of a Beginner in America,” copy in the Marcus Collections. Cohen had sources that have since disappeared.
Cohen, Records of the Myers, Hays, and Mordecai Families
Caroline Cohen, Records of the Myers, Hays, and Mordecai Families from 1707 to 1913 (n.p., n.d.).
Coleman, Jew in English Drama
Edward D. Coleman (comp.), The Jew in English Drama (N.Y., 1943).
Henry Steele Commager (ed.), Documents of American History (7th ed., N.Y., 1963).
Cooper and McCord, Statutes
Thomas Cooper and David J. McCord (eds.), The Statutes at Large of South Carolina (10 vols., Columbia, S.C., 1836–1841).
Commerce of Rhode Island, 1726–1800 (2 vols., Boston, 1914–1915).
Cubberley, Public Education
Ellwood P. Cubberley, Public Education in the United States (rev. ed., Cambridge, Mass., 1947).
Curti et al., American History
Merle Curti et al., An American History (2 vols., N.Y., 1950).
Curti, American Thought
Merle Curti, The Growth of American Thought (N.Y., 1943).
Dictionary of American Biography.
Dictionary of American History (N.Y., 1942).
Dictionary of American History (rev. ed., N.Y., 1976–1978).
Charles P. Daly, The Settlement of The Jews in North America (N.Y., 1893).
Davis, Rodeph Shalom
Edward Davis, The History of Rodeph Shalom Congregation, 1802–1926 (Phila., 1926).
Devine, “Sephardic Jews”
Leonard H. Devine, “The Religious and Social Life of the Sephardic Jews in the United States, 1654–1840,” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1948).
Simon Dubnow, Weltgeschichte des juedischen Volkes (10 vols., Berlin, 1925–1929).
Duschinsky, Rabbinate of the Great Synagogue
C. Duschinsky, The Rabbinate of the Great Synagogue, London, from 1756–1842 (London, 1921).
Dushkin, Jew. Ed. in NYC
Alexander M. Dushkin, Jewish Education in New York City (N.Y., 1918).
E. & L., Richmond
Herbert T. Ezekiel and Gaston Lichtenstein, The History of the Jews of Richmond from 1769 to 1917 (Richmond, Va., 1917).
Richard B. Morris (ed.), Encyclopedia of American History (N.Y., 1953).
East, Business Enterprise
Robert Abraham East, Business Enterprise in the American Revolutionary Era (N.Y., 1938).
Joseph Gale (ed.), Eastern Union: The Development of a Jewish Community (Elizabeth, N.J., 1958).
Essays in American Jewish History, etc. (Cincinnati, 1958).
Eichhorn, “Christianizing America’s Jews”
David Max Eichhorn, “Christianizing America’s Jews” (2 vols., 1938), copy in Marcus Collections.
David Max Eichhorn, Evangelizing the American Jew (Middle Village, N.Y., 1978).
Elbogen, Cent. of Jewish Life
Ismar Elbogen, A Century of Jewish Life (Phila., 1944).
Elizer, A Directory for 1803
Eleazer Elizer, A Directory for 1803 … in the City of Charleston, etc. (Charleston, S.C., 1803).
Harrison Ellery (ed.), The Memoirs of General Joseph Gardner Swift (Worcester, Mass., 1890).
Ellis, Am. Catholicism
John Tracy Ellis, American Catholicism (2d ed., revised, Chicago, 1969).
Elzas, Beth Elohim
Barnett A. Elzas, A History of Congregation Beth Elohim of Charleston, S.C., 1800–1810 (Charleston, S.C., 1902).
Elzas, Cent. of Jud. in S.C.
Barnett A. Elzas, A Century of Judaism in South Carolina (Charleston, S.C., 1904).
Elzas, Jews of S.C.
Barnett A. Elzas, The Jews of South Carolina (Phila., 1905).
Elzas, Leaves, Second Series
Barnett A. Elzas, Leaves from My Historical Scrap Book, Second Series (Charleston, S.C., 1908).
Elzas, Old Cemeteries
Barnett A. Elzas, The Old Jewish Cemeteries at Charleston, S.C.: A Transcript of the Inscriptions (Charleston, S.C., 1903).
Emmanuel, Netherlands Antilles
Isaac S. and Suzanne A. Emmanuel, History of the Jews in the Netherlands Antilles (2 vols., Cincinnati, 1970).
Endelman, Jews of Georgian England
Todd M. Endelman, The Jews of Georgian England, 1714–1830 (Phila., 1979).
[Ennery] Imre Lev
[J. Ennery] Imre Lev, Meditations and Prayers for Every Situation and Occasion in Life, trans. by Hester Rothschild, rev. by Isaac Leeser (Phila., 1866).
Raphael Patai (ed.), Encyclopedia of Zionism and Israel (2 vols., N.Y., 1971).
Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences (N.Y., 1949).
Farrand, Federal Convention
Max Farrand (ed.), The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787 (4 vols., New Haven, 1911–1937).
Faulkner, American Economic History
Harold Underwood Faulkner, American Economic History (3d ed., N.Y., 1935).
Isaac M. Fein, The Making of an American Jewish Community: The History of Baltimore Jewry from 1773 to 1920 (Phila., 1971).
Jacob S. Feldman, “The Early Migration and Settlement of Jews in Pittsburgh, 1754–1894,” copy of MS in Marcus Collections.
Jacob S. Feldman, The Early Migration and Settlement of Jews in Pittsburgh, 1754–1894 (Pittsburgh, 1959).
Ferm, Encyclopedia of Religion
Vergilius Ferm (ed.), An Encyclopedia of Religion (N.Y., 1945).
Fierman, “Jewish Education”
Floyd Sidney Fierman, “Efforts Toward Reform in American Jewish Education Prior to 1881” (Ph.D. diss., University of Pittsburgh, 1949).
Finkelstein, The Jews
Louis Finkelstein (ed.), The Jews: Their History, Culture, and Religion (3d ed., 2 vols., N.Y., 1960).
Fish, Aaron Levy
Sidney M. Fish, Aaron Levy, Founder of Aaronsburg (N.Y., 1951).
Fish, Common Man
Carl Russell Fish, The Rise of the Common Man, 1830–1850 (N.Y., 1927).
Fox, “Mikveh Israel”
Stephen A. Fox, “A History of Congregation Mikveh Israel, Philadelphia, 1824–1840, As Reflected in the Minutes of the Board of Managers” (HUC term paper, 1979–1980).
Lee M. Friedman, Early American Jews (Cambridge, Mass., 1934).
Lee M. Friedman, Pilgrims in a New Land (Phila., 1948).
Lee M. Friedman, Jewish Pioneers and Patriots (Phila., 1942).
Garfein, “Joseph S.C.F. Frey”
Stanley J. Garfein, “Joseph S.C.F. Frey: Missionary to the Jews” (HUC term paper, 1961).
Lloyd P. Gardner, History of the Jews of Cleveland (Cleveland, 1978).
Gates of Mercy, New Orleans, Constitution
The Constitution and Bye-Laws, of the Israelite Congregation, of Shanarai-Chasset (Gates of Mercy) of… New-Orleans (New Orleans, 1828).
N. M. Gelber, Zur Vorgeschichte des Zionismus (Wien, 1927).
The Georgia Historical Quarterly.
Rudolf Glanz, The Jew in the Old American Folklore (N.Y., 1961).
Rudolf Glanz, Jews in Relation to the Cultural Milieu of the Germans in America up to the Eighteen Eighties (N.Y., 1947).
Rudolf Glanz, Studies in Judaica Americana (N.Y., 1970).
Goldberg, Major Noah
Isaac Goldberg, Major Noah: American-Jewish Pioneer (Phila., 1936).
Goldsmith, Directory (1831)
Morris Goldsmith, Directory and Strangers’ Guide for the City of Charleston and its Vicinity [from the fifth census of the United States] (Charleston, S.C., 1831).
Goldstein, Cent. of Jud. in NYC
Israel Goldstein, A Century of Judaism in New York: B’nai Jeshurun, 1825–1925, etc. (N.Y., 1930).
Goodman, “Spruce Street Cemetery”
Leopold D. Goodman (ed.), “Records of the Spruce Street Cemetery, etc.” (MS, Phila., 1912), copy in Marcus Collections.
Gottesman, Arts and Crafts, 1777–1799
Rita Susswein Gottesman, The Arts and Crafts in New York, 1777–1799 (N.Y., 1954).
Gras and Larson, Casebook
N.S.B. Gras and Henrietta M. Larson, Casebook in American Business History (N.Y., 1939).
Greene, Revolutionary Generation
Evarts Boutell Greene, The Revolutionary Generation, 1763–1790 (N.Y., 1943).
Grinstein, New York City
Hyman B. Grinstein, The Rise of the Jewish Community of New York, 1654–1860 (Phila., 1945).
Gryn, “Hebra Kaddisha”
Hugo G. Gryn, “Hebra Kaddisha, Mikve Israel, A Study of the religious, cultural and philanthropic practices and ideals: 1813–1840” (HUC term paper, 1955).
Gutstein, Lopez and Touro
Morris A. Gutstein, Aaron Lopez and Judah Touro (N.Y., 1939).
Morris A. Gutstein, The Story of the Jews of Newport (N.Y., 1936).
Adolf Guttmacher, A History of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, etc. (Baltimore, 1905).
Harap, Image of the Jew
Louis Harap, The Image of the Jew in American Literature (Phila., 1974).
“Booklist of Library Books which belonged originally to Isaac Harby,” typescript in possession of Mrs. Hal W. Harby, Sumter, S.C., copy in Marcus Collections.
Isaac Harby, A Discourse, Delivered in Charleston, (S.C.) on the 21st of Nov. 1825, before the Reformed Society of Israelites … on their First Anniversary (Charleston, S.C., 1825).
Melvin S. Harris, The Columbia Hebrew Benevolent Society (Columbia, S.C., 1947).
Benjamin H. Hartogensis, Studies in the History of Maryland (n.p., n.d.).
Haym Salomon: Gentleman
Haym Saloman: A Gentleman of Precision and Integrity (AJHS, Waltham, Mass., 1976).
Heitman, Historical Register
Francis B. Heitman, Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army … 1789 to … 1903, etc. (Washington, D.C., 1903).
Heller, As Yesterday When It Is Past
James G. Heller, As Yesterday When It Is Past, A History of the Isaac M. Wise Temple-K. K. B’nai Yeshurun, etc. (Cincinnati, 1942).
Heller, Isaac M. Wise
James G. Heller, Isaac M. Wise, His Life, Work and Thought (N.Y., 1965).
Hening, Laws of Virginia
William Waller Hening (ed.), The Statutes at Large, Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia, etc. (13 vols., Richmond, Va., 1809–1823).
Hennig, Tree of Life
Helen Kohn Hennig, The Tree of Life (Columbia, S.C., 1945).
Henriques, Jews and the English Law
H.S.Q. Henriques, The Jews and the English Law (Oxford, 1908).
Hershkowitz and Meyer, Letters
Leo Hershkowitz and Isidore S. Meyer (eds.), Letters of the Franks Family (1733–1748) (Waltham, Mass., 1968).
Hershman, “Mikveh Israel”
Morris Hershman, “Culture, Practices, and Ideals of Congregation Mikveh Israel, Savannah, Georgia” (HUC term paper, 1956).
Hertz, Authorised Daily Prayer Book
Joseph H. Hertz, The Authorised Daily Prayer Book (rev. ed., N.Y., 1948).
Steven Hertzberg, Strangers Within the Gate City: The Jews of Atlanta, 1845–1915 (Phila., 1978).
Hevrah, Phila., Constitution
Constitution and By-Laws of the Hevrah Shel Bikkur Holim u-Gemilut Hasadim (Phila., 1824).
Hildreth, History of U.S.
Richard Hildreth, The History of the United States of America (6 vols., N.Y., 1849–51).
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Phila.
Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati.
Hebrew Union College Annual.
Hebrew Union College Library, Cincinnati.
Hudson, Am. Prot.
Winthrop S. Hudson, American Protestantism (Chicago, 1961).
Hudson, Religion in America
Winthrop S. Hudson, Religion in America (N.Y., 1965).
Huhner, Jews of New York
Leon Huhner, The Jews of New York in the Arts, Sciences, and Professions (N.Y., 1905).
Huhner, Judah Touro
Leon Huhner, The Life of Judah Touro (1775–1854) (Phila., 1946).
Freeman Hunt (ed.) Lives of American Merchants (2 vols., N.Y., 1969).
Hyamson, Jews in England
Albert M. Hyamson, A History of the Jews in England (2d ed., London, 1928).
Isaac Leeser (1806–1868), rabbi of Congregation Mikveh Israel, Phila., 1829–1850.
Israel Vindicated; Being a Refutation of Calumnies Propagated Respecting The Jewish Nation: In Which the Objects and Views of the American Society for Ameliorating the Condition of the Jews, are Investigated. By an Israelite (N.Y., 1820).
Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 (34 vols., Washington, D. C., 1904–1937).
The Jewish Encyclopedia.
Jerusalmi, “Shearith Israel”
Isaac Jerusalmi, “Cultures, Practices, and Ideals of a New York Sephardic Congregation as Reflected in the Minutes of Shearith Israel, 1784–1789” (HUC term paper, 1956).
The Jewish People: Past and Present (4 vols., N.Y., 1946–1955).
The Jewish Messenger.
The Journal of American History.
Johnson and Yost, Separation of Church and State
Alvin W. Johnson and Frank H. Yost, Separation of Church and State in the United States (Minneapolis, 1948).
Jost, Neuere Geschichte
J. M. Jost, Neuere Geschichte der Israeliten von 1815 bis 1845 (2 vols., Berlin, 1846–1847).
The Jewish Quarterly Review, new series.
Jacob Rader Marcus.
The Journal of the Southern Jewish Historical Society.
Jewish Social Studies.
Jewish Social Service Quarterly.
Jewish Telegraphic Agency-Daily News Bulletin.
Jewish Theological Seminary, New York.
Judah, Gotham and the Gothamites
Samuel B. Judah, Gotham and the Gothamites, a Medley (N.Y., 1823).
Leo Jung (ed.), Guardians of Our Heritage (1724–1953) (N.Y., 1958).
Solomon R. Kagan, Jewish Contributions to Medicine in America, from Colonial Times to the Present (2d ed., Boston, 1939).
Kaplan Jubilee Volume
Mordecai M. Kaplan Jubilee Volume: On the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday (English section) (N.Y., 1953).
Karff, “Mikveh Israel”
S.E. Karff, “Problems, Practices, and Ideals … Correspondence of Mikveh Israel, Philadelphia, 1782–1805” (HUC term paper, 1956).
Karp, Jew. Exp. in America
Abraham J. Karp (ed.), The Jewish Experience in America (5 vols., Waltham, Mass. and N.Y., 1969).
Charles Berlin (ed.), Studies in Jewish Bibliography History and Literature, in Honor of I. Edward Kiev (N.Y., 1971).
Koch, Republican Religion
Gustav A. Koch, Republican Religion: The American Revolution and the Cult of Reason (N.Y., 1933).
Kohler, Haym Salomon
Max Kohler, Haym Salomon, The Patriot Broker of the Revolution: His Real Achievements and their Exaggeration, etc. (n.p., 1931).
Kohler, Simon Wolf Addresses
Max J. Kohler (ed.), Selected Addresses and Papers of Simon Wolf (Cincinnati, 1926).
Korn, Benjamin Levy
Bertram Wallace Korn, Benjamin Levy: New Orleans Printer and Publisher (Portland, Me., 1961).
Korn, Civil War
Bertram Wallace Korn, American Jewry and the Civil War (Phila., 1951).
Korn, Eventful Years
Bertram W. Korn, Eventful Years and Experiences (Cincinnati, 1954).
Korn, Jews and Negro Slavery
Bertram Wallace Korn, Jews and Negro Slavery in the Old South: 1784–1865 (Elkins Park, Pa., 1961).
Korn, New Orleans
Bertram Wallace Korn, The Early Jews of New Orleans (Waltham, Mass., 1969).
Kraus, “Philadelphia Jewish Businessmen”
William Kraus, “A Study of Jewish Businessmen in Philadelphia as Reflected in the City Directories, 1776–1800” (HUC term paper, 1977).
Krout and Fox, Completion of Independence
John Allen Krout and Dixon Ryan Fox, Completion of Independence, 1790–1830 (N.Y., 1944).
Kull and Kull, Chronology
Irving S. and Nell M. Kull, A Short Chronology of American History, 1492–1950 (New Brunswick, N.J., 1952).
Langer, World History
William L. Langer (ed.), An Encyclopedia of World History (5th ed., Boston, 1972).
Laws of Maryland, 1844
“An Act to Incorporate the United Hebrew Society of Baltimore,” Laws of Maryland, 1844, chap. 41, Hall of Records, Annapolis, Md.
Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.
Learsi, Jews in America
Rufus Learsi, The Jews in America: A History (N.Y., 1972).
Anita Libman Lebeson, Jewish Pioneers in America, 1492–1848 (N.Y., 1938).
Lebeson, Pilgrim People
Anita Libman Lebeson, Pilgrim People (N.Y., 1950).
Isaac Leeser, Catechism for Young Children (Phila., 1839).
Isaac Leeser, The Claims of the Jews to an Equality of Rights, etc. (Phila., 1841).
Dropsie College, Merion, Pa. (Annenberg Research Institute for Judaic and New Eastern Studies) possesses a collection of Leeser material, some of which has disappeared. Many photocopies can be found in AJAr.
Isaac Leeser, Discourses on the Jewish Religion (10 vols., Phila., 1867–1868).
Leeser, Form of Prayers
Isaac Leeser (ed.), The Form of Prayers According to the Custom of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews, etc. (6 vols., Phila., 1837–1838).
Leeser, Hebrew Reader
Isaac Leeser, Moreh Derekh … The Hebrew Reader: Hebrew and English, etc. (Phila., 1838).
Leeser, Holy Scriptures
Isaac Leeser (trans.), The Twenty-Four Books of the Holy Scriptures (Phila., 1854).
Leeser, Instruction in the Mosaic Religion
Isaac Leeser, Instruction in the Mosaic Religion (Phila., 1830).
Leeser, Jews and the Mosaic Law
Isaac Leeser, The Jews and the Mosaic Law, etc. (Phila., 1834).
Lefler and Newsome, North Carolina
Hugh Talmage Lefler and Albert Ray Newsome, North Carolina: The History of a Southern State (Chapel Hill, N.C., 1954).
Letters of Benjamin Rush
Benjamin Rush, Letters of Benjamin Rush, ed. by L. H. Butterfield (2 vols., Princeton, N.J., 1951).
Levine, Am. Jew. Bibliography
Allen E. Levine, An American Jewish Bibliography … 1851 to 1875, etc. (Cincinnati, 1959).
Levy collection in Savannah
Sheftall papers in possession of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Levy of Savannah.
Lewis, “Cincinnati Jewish Businessmen”
Judy Lewis, “Cincinnati Jewish Businessmen, 1818–1840” (HUC term paper, 1977).
Lewis, Sunday Legislation
Abram Herbert Lewis, Sunday Legislation (rev. ed., N.Y., 1902).
Liebowitz, “Mikveh Israel of Philadelphia”
Yossi Liebowitz, “A History of Congregation ‘Mikveh Israel’ of Philadelphia from the Year 1820 to the Year 1840” (HUC term paper, 1978).
Lipman, “Synagogal Philanthropy”
Eugene J. Lipman, “A History of Organized Synagogal Philanthropy in the United States” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1943).
Livingston, Memoirs of Lorenzo Da Ponte
Arthur Livingston (ed.), Memoirs of Lorenzo Da Ponte (Phila., 1929).
Hannah R. London, Miniatures of Early American Jews (Springfield, Mass., 1953).
Hannah R. London, Portraits of Jews (N.Y., 1927).
Inventory of the Church and Synagogue Archives of Louisiana: Jewish Congregations and Organizations (New Orleans, 1941).
Luzzatti, God in Freedom
Luigi Luzzatti, God in Freedom: Studies in the Relations Between Church and State (N.Y., 1930).
Lyons and De Sola, Jewish Calendar
Jacques J. Lyons and Abraham De Sola, A Jewish Calendar (Montreal, 1854).
M. & M., History
Max L. Margolis and Alexander Marx, A History of the Jewish People (Phila., 1956).
MacDonald, Education of the Heart
Edgar E. MacDonald (ed.), The Education of the Heart (Chapel Hill, N.C., 1977).
John Bach McMaster, A History of the People of the United States (8 vols., N.Y., 1883–1913).
Makovsky, The Philipsons
Donald I. Makovsky, The Philipsons: The First Jewish Settlers in St. Louis, 1807–1858 (St. Louis, 1958).
Jacob Rader Marcus, American Jewry: Documents, Eighteenth Century (Cincinnati, 1959).
Jacob R. Marcus, The American Jewish Woman, 1854–1980 (N.Y. and Cincinnati, 1981).
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Marcus, Communal Sick-Care
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Marcus, “Gershom Seixas”
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Marcus, Israel Jacobson
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Marcus, Jew in the Medieval World
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Marcus, Jewish Americana
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The Marcus Collections include transcripts of letters throwing light on American Jewish history.
Marcus, Love, Marriage, Children
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Jacob Rader Marcus, Memoirs of American Jews, 1775–1865 (3 vols., Phila., 1955–1956).
Jacob R. Marcus, Studies in American Jewish History: Studies and Addresses (Cincinnati, 1969).
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The Picket Post
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Sachar, Modern Jewish History
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Scharf and Westcott, Philadelphia
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The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine.
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