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R. L. Berman, A House of David in the Land of Jesus. privately published, 2007.
S. Berman, "Leo Frank Revisited: New Sources on a New Subject", Southern Jewish History, vol. 13, pp. 215-226, 2010.
M. Berman, Reminiscences of Joseph Joel in Europe and America, in Jews of the South: Selected Essays from the Southern Jewish Historical Society, Macon: Mercer University Press, 1984, pp. 79-94.
R. Bern, The Legacy: A Novel. New York: Mason/Charter, 1975.
R. Bern, Utilizing the Southern-Jewish Experience in Literature, in Turn to the South, Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1979, pp. 151-157.
D. Bernstein and Bernstein, A., Slow Revolution in Richmond, VA: A New Pattern in the Making, in Jews in the South, Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1973, pp. 251-264.
M. H. Bernstein, Screening a Lynching: The Leo Frank Case on Film and Television. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2009.
W. Besmann, The 'Typical Home Kid Overachievers': Instilling a Success Ethic in the Jewish Children's Home of New Orleans, Southern Jewish History, vol. 8, pp. 120-159, 2005.
W. Besmann, A Separate Circle: Jewish Life in Knoxville, Tennessee. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2001.
G. D. Best, Jacob H. Schiff's Galveston Movement: An Experiment in Immigration Deflection, American Jewish Archives, vol. 30, no. April, pp. 43-79, 1978.
S. Beton, Sephardim - Atlanta, Atlanta Historical Journal, vol. 23, no. Fall, pp. 119-127, 1979.
S. Beton, Sephardim and a History of Congregation Or VeShalom. Atlanta: Or VeShalom, 1981.
D. Biespiel, A Place of Exodus: Home, Memory, and Texas. Portland, OR: Kelson, 2020.
E. Bingham, Mordecai: An Early American Family. New York: Hill and Wang, 2003.
E. Bingham, American, Jewish, Southern, Moredcai: Constructing Identities to 1865, in Jewish Roots in Southern Soil, Waltham, MA: Brandeis University Press, 2006, pp. 46-71.
A. Bisno, Abraham Bisno: Union Pioneer. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1967.
A. E. Blackburn, 'In the Midst of the Whirl': Jewish and Catholic Responses to New South Industrialization, 1880-1914, Temple University, Philadelphia, 2002.
S. Blanton, Lives of Quiet Affirmation: The Jewish Women of Early Anniston, Alabama, Southern Jewish History, vol. 2, 1999.
A. Bloch, Mercy on Rude Streams: Jewish Emigrants from Alsace-Lorraine to the lower Mississippi Region and the Concept of Fidelity, Southern Jewish History, vol. 2, pp. 81-110, 1999.
A. Bloch-Raymond, From the Banks of the Rhine to the Banks of the Mississippi: The History of Jewish Immigrants and Their Individual Stories. Santa Maria, CA: Janaway, 2014.
J. R. Blumberg, Prophet in a Time of Priests: Rabbi "Alphabet" Browne 1845-1929: A Biography. Baltimore, MD: Apprentice House, 2012.
J. R. Blumberg, Pre-1967 Atlanta Jewry, American Jewish Historical Quarterly, vol. 62, no. March, pp. 242-249, 1973.
J. R. Blumberg, "Browne, Edward B.M.", in Encyclopedia Judaica, vol. 4, 2006, pp. 216-217.
J. R. Blumberg, The Bomb that Healed: A Personal Memoir of the Bombing of the Temple in Atlanta, 1958, American Jewish History, vol. 73, pp. 20-38, 1983.
J. R. Blumberg, As But a Day: The First Hundred Years, 1867-1967. Atlanta: Hebrew Benevolent Congregation, 1967.