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Jewish American History

This site, produced by PBS, uses multiple resources to examine the history and influence of Jewish culture in the U.S. [...] »

Divided into two waves of immigration by textbooks, the continuity of cultural values and community within Jewish immigration to the U.S. is often overlooked. [...] »

Use this essay on Jewish immigration to flesh out a unit on the Civil War or immigration. [...] »

More than 1,000 photographs from the history of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union. [...] »

An impressive website for the study of Jews and Judaism in the United States. [...] »

Learn about the ethnically diverse history of Tucson, AZ. [...] »

Imagine traveling from a university to work on a farm. [...] »

Meet international anarchist and women's rights activist Emma Goldman. [...] »

Peruse this online exhibit on the history of Jewish life in the United States. [...] »

Explore Jewish heritage outside of the Mid-Atlantic or the Holocaust. [...] »

 
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