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C. Joyner, A Community of Memory, Assimilation and Identity Among the Jews of Georgetown, in Shared Traditions: Southern History and Folk Culture, Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1999, pp. 177-192.
F. Jumonville, "Nameless Graves: The Touro Infirmary Cemetery in New Orleans, 1888-1908", Southern Jewish History, vol. 19, pp. 29-73, 2016.
N. Kaganoff and Urofsky, M., Turn to the South: Essays on Southern Jewry. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1979.
N. Kaganoff, An Orthodox Rabbinate in the South: Tobias Geffen, 1870-1970, American Jewish History, vol. 73, pp. 56-70, 1983.
B. Kalin, Rabbi William H. Fineshriber: The Memphis Years, West Tennessee Historical Society Paper, vol. 25, pp. 47-62, 1971.
F. R. Kallison, 100 Years of Jewry in San Antonio, Trinity University, San Antonio, 1977.
F. R. Kallison, Was It a Duel or a Murder?: A Study in Texan Assimilation, American Jewish Historical Quarterly, vol. 62, no. March, pp. 314-320, 1972.
J. Kaplan, You Can't Coach Height: Growing up Tall, Jewish, and Free in the Mountains of WNC. Hendersonville, NC: Cheerful Word, 2015.
B. Kaplan, Judah Philip Benjamin, in Jews in the South, Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1973, pp. 75-88.
B. Kaplan, The Eternal Stranger: a Study of Jewish Life in the Small Community. New York: Bookman Associates, 1957.
A. D. Kariel, The Jewish Story and Memories of Marshall, Texas, Western States Jewish History, vol. 14, pp. 195-206, 1982.
S. Kasdan, Mazel Tov, Y'all: A Bake Book for Happy Occasions. New York: Vanguard, 1968.
M. Kass and Marks, H., Jewish Life in Alabama: The Formative Stages, Alabama Heritage, vol. 35, pp. 6-13, 1995.
J. Katz, "Both SIdes of the Same Coin: Two Atlantans in Israel's War of Independence", Southern Jewish History, vol. 19, pp. 155-201, 2016.
E. Katz, "'NCJW Joins the War on Poverty': The National Council of Jewish Women and the Quest for Opportunity in 1960s Atlanta", Southern Jewish History, vol. 19, pp. 75-124, 2016.
T. Keating, Saturday School: How One Town Kept Out the "Jewish" 1902-1932. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, 1999.
M. Keller, Inside or Outside the Fold: The Circumstances under which Jews Join the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Atlanta, Emory University, 1999.
Y. Kerem, The Settlement of Rhodian and Other Sephardic Jews in Montgomery and Atlanta in the 20th Century, American Jewish History, vol. 85, pp. 373-392, 1997.
J. Kessler, Henry Cohen: The Life of a Frontier Rabbi. Austin, TX: Eakin Press, 1997.
J. Kessler, Temple B'nai Israel: The History of a BOI. Austin, TX: Nortex Press, 2004.
S. King, Jr., Fanny Cohen's Journal of Sherman's Occupation of Savannah, Georgia Historical Quarterly, vol. 58, no. June, pp. 429-444, 1969.
M. Klaven, Taste of Torah: A Little Nosh of D'Rash. Jackson, MS: Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience, 2013.
R. Kluger, Members of the Tribe. New York: Doubleday, 1977.
M. Kohler, Judah P. Benjamin: Statesman and Jurist, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, vol. 12, pp. 63-85, 1904.