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THE MUSEUM OF FAMILY HISTORY presents

The Immigrant Jew in America

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CONTENTS


PREFACE

I. INTRODUCTORY
   Elements of the Jewish Population in the United States
  
The Jew in Russia
   The Russian Jew in the United States


THE RUSSIAN JEW IN NEW YORK:

II.    General Aspects of the Population
III.   PHILANTHROPY
IV.   ECONOMIC AND INDUSTRIAL CONDITION
V.    RELIGIOUS ACTIVITY
VI.   EDUCATIONAL INFLUENCES
VII.  AMUSEMENTS AND SOCIAL LIFE
VIII. POLITICS
IX.   HEALTH AND SANITATION
X.    LAW AND LITIGATION


THE RUSSIAN JEW IN PHILADELPHIA :

II.    General Aspects of the Population
III.  
Philanthropy
IV.  
Economic and Industrial Condition
V.   
Religious Activity
VI.  
Educational Influences
VII. 
Amusements and Social Life
VIII.
Politics
IX.  
Health and Sanitation
X.  
 Law and Litigation


THE RUSSIAN JEW IN CHICAGO:

II.    GENERAL ASPECTS OF THE POPULATION
III.   PHILANTHROPY
IV.   ECONOMIC AND INDUSTRIAL CONDITION
V.    RELIGIOUS ACTIVITY
VI.   EDUCATIONAL INFLUENCES
VII.  AMUSEMENTS AND SOCIAL LIFE
VIII. POLITICS
IX.   HEALTH AND SANITATION
X.    LAW AND LITIGATION


XI.    DISTRIBUTION
XII.   RURAL SETTLEMENTS

XIII.  CONCLUSIONS


MAPS
   Philadelphia--Southeastern Section, 1905


 

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