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American Jewish Archives Journal, Volume 64, Numbers 1 & 2

American Jewish Archives Journal, Volume 64, Numbers 1 & 2

American Jewish Archives Journal, Volume 64, Numbers 1 &

American Jewry and the Civil War: The A Sesquicentennial Civil War: Documentary 150 Years Volume LXIV 2012 • Numbers 1 & 2

  • Page 2 and 3: Academic Advisory & Editorial Board
  • Page 4 and 5: Publication of this journal is made
  • Page 6 and 7: David Lopez, Jr.: Builder, Industri
  • Page 8 and 9: Gil Ribak, Gentile New York: The Im
  • Page 10 and 11: actually lived through the war were
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  • Page 14 and 15: 4 Most agree that Charles and Mary
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  • Page 36 and 37: Notes 1 Raphall spoke at synagogues
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    doctor in Brooklyn—obviously, Bee

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    e no friend of slavery, aimed his w

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    The mourning country was “in sack

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    Christ. When Rev. Michelbacher call

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    the Jews as “wondrous kinsmen”

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    27Quoted in Marc Saperstein, Jewish

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    85 Quoted in Jewish Preaching, 144,

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    age two, David Jr. was already a sl

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    Lopez, Sr., when he was president,

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    Street, which he co-owned with his

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    and “loaned” it to the congrega

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    first wife, Catherine, who died 17

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    Figure 9: Institute Hall, built by

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    $200 Reward Runaway from Columbia,

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    would not only keep the armory’s

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    and found two-thirds perfectly soun

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    organ and joined the Union of Ameri

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    ecomes clear that he was no run-of-

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    13The 1830 U.S. Census lists a John

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    54 Poston, Buildings of Charleston,

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    in the harbor. The builder(s) of th

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    Left: Samuel Glaser Right: Max Stad

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    underexplored themes, the small and

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    alone, slightly more than $1 millio

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    By their own estimate, L.J. & I. Ph

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    There were suspicions of a tainted

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    ized the public. 35 Some members of

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    Like the population at large, Jewis

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    decline in orders after 1862—the

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    quantities of garments before the w

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    Petersburg, Va., Sutler's tent, 2d

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    Aaron Sinsheimer was soon sent back

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    the calamity predicted in the month

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    6Laura Cohen Apelbaum and Claire Uz

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    45Wilson, “The Business of the Ci

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    75For the regulations governing sut

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    New Orleans, LA, ca. 1840 (Courtesy

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    Jewish economic growth in the regio

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    case, by selling the goods purchase

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    grow the informal banking operation

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    observer to remark that its proprie

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    needed basics from the North, and t

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    structure was ill equipped to provi

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    Jewish merchants in the cotton indu

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    cotton. 104 In Natchez, the firm wa

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    meet with immediate success, howeve

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    Notes 1Mark Twain, Concerning the J

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    46 Mississippi, Vol. 2, p. 27, R.G.

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    113Louisiana, Vol. 12, p. 80, R.G.

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    abbi. His nominal subject was Levit

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    Einhorn’s congregation in Baltimo

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    Raphall’s Argument Raphall’s se

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    iblical accounts sufficient reason

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    He began with an apology for bringi

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    distinction of proclaiming, on the

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    a moment would he have presumed to

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    divine warnings and morally renewed

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    22See Korn, American Jewry and the

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    FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM • 2012-2013 FE

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    158 • American Jewish Archives Jo

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    Jonathan Gruber, Jewish Soldiers in

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    cessfully bringing Jewish Civil War

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    Greg Robinson, a native New Yorker,

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    and other texts to construct a vivi

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    Jennifer Young is the Dr. Sophie Bo

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    oppressed Jews of Russia and Romani

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    opposing certain Israeli government

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    European background of the “Neo-H

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    176 • American Jewish Archives Jo

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    Deanna Zeff Gottschalk (1939-2012),

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    The Educational Advisory Council Pr

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    Board of Fire Masters (Charleston,

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    Goldenberg, David M., 154n26 Goldma

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    Lewis, Daniel, 77n39 Libo, Kenneth,

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    Reform Judaism, 2, 6, 15, 36, 46, 6

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    Weis, Julius, 99, 120-121, 123, 128

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