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A unique presentation of the history of Jewish life and culture in the United States over the past 500 years Jews in America is a graphic history that uses the comic book format—an artistic expression as American as jazz—to depict five centuries of Jewish life in this country.
A celebration of the beauty, variety, and tradition of the Jewish way of life and Judaic objects preserved in Jewish museums throughout the world. Also includes the histories of many of the locales.
In August of 1654, a few Ashkenazic Jews arrived in the Dutch colonial settlement of New Amsterdam (later renamed New York), and thus began the astonishing phenomenon of American Jewry. In this stunning book of narrative and photographs, Dr.
This beautiful book is actually an easy-to-follow, illustrated, pull-out timechart (about 8 feet long!). The chart is complimented with a book of the history of the Jewish people. Both are well illustrated and include events up to 2005.
Published on the 350th anniversary of the first Jews to arrive in America, this comprehensive history of the Jews of Boston is now available in a revised and updated paperback edition.
By far the most accessible and interesting Jewish atlas in it’s price range. The format is simple and the text is informative. This coffee table volume makes a wonderful Bar/Bat Mitzvah, house-warming, or birthday present.
Replete with facts, figures, and statistics, this revised and updated edition of Great Jews in Sports documents the contribution of Jewish athletes to the world of sports over the past two centuries.
Profiles of over 150 Jewish men of distinction drawn from a wide range of professions.
Through the Jewish Publication Society’s work with The Studio in Old Jaffa-a gallery renowned for its collection of mystical art and illustrated literature, comes the perfect gift to honor the Jewish spiritual tradition and to celebrate every joyous occasion.
The finest photographic account of Jewish life in America.
To quote the editor of this noteworthy collection, "a peoples' tales are its memory, its conscience--its imaginative channel to its place in the world.
Dog training tips developed by the Rabbis of the Boca Raton Theological Seminary as told to Ellis Weiner & Barbara Davilman.
From the icons of the game to the players who got their big break but never quite broke through, The Baseball Talmud provides a wonderful historical narration of Major League Jewish Baseball in America.