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L. Hellman, Three: An Unfinished Woman, Pentimento, Scoundrel Time. New York: Little Brown, 1980.
M. Hemperly, Federal Naturalization Oaths, Charleston, South Carolina, 1790-1860, South Carolina Historical Magazine, vol. 66, no. April and July, pp. 112-124; 183-192, 1965.
R. T. Henderson, Gottlieb's Bakery: A Savannah Tradition, Georgia Journal, vol. 4, no. February-March, pp. 16, 30-31, 1984.
J. Henry, Jacob Henry's Speech, 1809, in Jews in the South, Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1973, pp. 43-46.
I. Hermann, Memoirs of a Veteran who Served as a Private in the 60s in the War Between the States: Personal Incidents, Experiences, and Observations. Atlanta: Byrd Printing Company, 1911.
A. O. Hero, Jr., Southern Jews, in Jews in the South, Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1973, pp. 217-250.
A. O. Hero, Jr., Southern Jews and Public Policy, in Turn to the South, Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1979, pp. 143-150.
A. O. Hero, Jr., Southern Jews, Race Relations and Foreign Policy, Jewish Social Studies, vol. 27, no. October, pp. 213-236, 1965.
I. Herscovici, Bethink Rabbi Benjamin Schultz. Xlibris, 2012.
I. Herscovici, Bernhard Henry Gotthelf: The First Reform Rabbi of Vicksburg, Mississippi. Vicksburg, MS: privately published, 2001.
I. Herscovici, The Jews of Vicksburg, Mississippi. Xlibris, 2007.
L. Hershon, "Tension and Transcendence: 'The Jew' in the Fiction of Carson McCullers", Southern Literary Journal, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 52-72, 2008.
S. Hertzberg, Unsettled Jews: Geographic Mobility in a Nineteenth-Century City, American Jewish Historical Quarterly, vol. 67, no. December, pp. 125-139, 1977.
S. Hertzberg, The Jewish Community of Atlanta from the End of the Civil War until the Eve of the Frank Case, American Jewish Historical Quarterly, vol. 62, no. March, pp. 250-285, 1973.
S. Hertzberg, Southern Jews and their Encounter with Blacks: Atlanta, 1850-1915, Atlanta Historical Journal, vol. 23, no. Fall, pp. 7-24, 1979.
S. Hertzberg, Strangers in the Gate City: The Jews of Atlanta, 1845-1915. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1978.
L. M. Hewitt, Days of Building: History of a Jewish Community: Shreveport, Louisiana. Shreveport: Jewish History Committee of Shreveport, 1965.
A. Hieke, Jewish Identity in the Reconstruction South: Ambivalence and Adaptation. Boston: Walter De Gruyter, 2013.
A. Hieke, "The Transregional Mobility of Jews from Macon, GA., 1860-1880", American Jewish History, vol. 97, no. 1, pp. 21-38, 2013.
A. Hieke, "A Discussion of the 'German' Dimension of Reform Judaism in Select Congregations in Three American Southern States, 1860-1880", Nexus: Essays in German Jewish Studies, vol. 2, pp. 63-79, 2014.
A. Hieke, "Rabbi Maurice Mayer: German Revolutionary, Charleston Reformer, and Anti-Abolitionist", Southern Jewish History, vol. 17, pp. 45-89, 2014.
A. Hieke, Jews at the Cape Fear Coast, Southern Jewish History, vol. 13, pp. 1-43, 2010.
M. Hinchin, Fourscore and Eleven: A History of the Jews of Rapides Parish, 1828-1919. Alexandria, LA: privately published, 1984.
B. Hirsch, Hearing a Different Drummer: A Holocaust Survivor's Search for Identity. Macon: Mercer University Press, 2000.
R. Hoffman, Almost Family. New York: Dial, 1983.