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Jewish Cleveland before the Civil War


A study by Nancy F Schwartz and Stanley Lasky 

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Webkeeper's notes

The citation for this article published in 1994 in American Jewish History is:
Schwartz, Nancy F. and Stanley Lasky. “Jewish Cleveland Before the Civil War” in American Jewish History. Vol. 82, Numbers 1 – 4. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Its Western Reserve Historical Society call number is E184 / J5A52.

This copy was not furnished by the WRHS.

Persons interested in this period of Cleveland's Jewish History are urged to read  "This Tempting Freedom The Early Years of Cleveland Judaism and Anshe Chesed Congregation", a 28-page booklet written in 1973 by Allan Peskin, PhD. It is online, part of the Cleveland Memory project of the libraries at Cleveland State University. Link to this pdf document.

For the text of the Alsbacher Document, brought here by the first group of Jewish settlers in 1839, click here.

Finding Aids (derailed inventories) for the WRHS archives are online. To access the Finding Aid for this study, click here.

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