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Southern Jewish History is pleased to make available the articles from the first three volumes of the journal.
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Volume 1 (1998)
Why Study Southern Jewish History, Gary P. Zola, 1-22
“Ride ‘em Jewboy”: Kinky Friedman and the Texas Mystique, Bryan Edward Stone, 23-42
Synagogue and Jewish Church: A Congregational History of North Carolina, Leonard Rogoff, 43-82
Amelia Greenwald and Regina Kaplan: Jewish Nursing Pioneers, Susan Mayer, 84-108
Personality Profile, Harry Reyner: Individualism and Community in Newport News, Virginia, Gertrude L. Samet, 109-120
As Told to Memoirs, Ruth and Rosalie: Two Tales of Jewish New Orleans, Bobbie Malone, 121-134
Volume 2 (1999)
The Jews of Keystone: Life in a Multicultural Boomtown, Deborah R. Weiner. 1-24
Lives of Quiet Affirmation: The Jewish Women of Early Anniston, Alabama, Sherry Blanton, 25-54
Jewish Merchants and Black Customers in the Age of Jim Crow, Clive Webb, 55-80
Mercy on Rude Streams: Jewish Emigrants from Alsace-Lorraine to the Lower Mississippi Region and the Concept of Fidelity, Anny Bloch, 81-110
Kosher Country: Success and Survival on Nashville’s Music Row, Stacy Harris, 111-128
“From the Recipe File of Luba Cohen”: A Study of Southern Jewish Foodways and Cultural Identity, Marcie Cohen Ferris, 129-164
Volume 3 (2000)
A Shtetl Grew in Bessemer: Temple Beth-El and Jewish Life in Small-Town Alabama, Terry Barr, 1-44
Lynchburg’s Swabian Jewish Entrepreneurs in War and Peace, Richard A. Hawkins, 45-82
Interaction and Identity: Jews and Christians in Nineteenth Century New Orleans, Scott M. Langston, 83-124
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