The Jews of Long Island 1705-1918
Archival material including census records, newspaper accounts, never-before-published photos, and personal family histories illuminate Jewish life and experiences during these formative years. With over 4,400 names of Jewish people who lived in Nassau and Suffolk counties prior to the end of World War I, The Jews of Long Island 1705-1918, by Brad Kolodny, is a comprehensive history of those who laid the foundation for what has become the fourth largest Jewish community in the United States today.
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