Ed. by Jeffrey S. Gurock. This eight volume set brings together for the first time the most important articles ever written on the history of the Jewish people in America.
This set brings together for the first time facsimiles of the most important articles ever written on the history of the Jewish people in America. Edited by one of the foremost experts in the field, this encyclopedic collection is indispensible for students, scholars, and general readers interested in American Jewish history.
American Jewish Historyparts) Volume 1: American Jewish History: the Colonial and Early National Period, 1654-1840 (1 part) Sep 1997: 476pp: 0-415-91920-7 Volume 2: Central European Jews in America, 1840-1880: Migration and Advancement (1 part) Sep 1997: 392pp: 0-415-91921-5 Volume 3: East European Jews in America, 1880-1920: Immigration and Adaptation (3 parts) Sep 1997: 1338pp: 0-415-91943 6 Volume 4: American Jewish Life, 1920-1990 (1 part) Sep 1997: 327pp: 0-415-91925-8 Volume 5: The History of Judaism in America: Transplantations, Transformations, and Reconciliations (3 parts) Sep 1997: 1375pp: 0-415-91944-4 Volume 6: Anti-Semitism in America (2 parts) Sep 1997: 929pp: 0-415-9194-5 Volume 7: America, American Jews, and the Holocaust (1 part) Sep 1997: 467pp: 0-415-91931-2 Volume 8: American Zionism: Mission and Politics (1 part) Sep 1997: 521pp: 0-415-91932-0