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W. M. Kramer, The Earliest Important Jewish Attorney in California: Solomon Heydenfeldt, Western States Jewish History, vol. 23, pp. 149-161, 1991.
W. M. Kramer and Clair, R., Rabbi Abraham Blum: From Alsace to New York by way of Texas and California, Western States Jewish Historical Quarterly, vol. 12, pp. 73-88; 170-184; 266-281, 1979.
W. M. Kramer, Henry J. Labatt (1832-1900): Pioneer Lawyer of California and Texas, Western States Jewish History, vol. 28, pp. 155-173, 1996.
A. Krause, Charleston Jewry, Black Civil Rights, and Rabbi Burton Padoll, Southern Jewish History, vol. 11, pp. 65-122, 2008.
A. Krause, Rabbis and Negro Rights in the South, 1954-1967, American Jewish Archives, vol. 21, pp. 20-47, 1969.
A. Krause, Rabbi Benjamin Schultz and the American Jewish League Against Communism, Southern Jewish History, vol. 13, pp. 153-213, 2010.
A. Krause, Bauman, M. K., and Krause, S., To Stand Aside or Stand Alone: Southern Reform Rabbis and the Civil Rights Movement. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2016.
A. Kraut, A.E. Frankland's History of the 1873 Yellow Fever Epidemic in Memphis, Tennessee, American Jewish Archives, vol. 59, pp. 89-98, 2007.
A. Kraut, Goldberger's War: The Life and Work of a Public Health Crusader. New York: Hill and Wang, 2003.
A. Kriegel, Out of Context: A New York Jew in the New South, Virginia Quarterly Review, vol. 71, no. June, pp. 448-459, 1995.
C. Kuhn, A Full History of the Strike as I Saw It: Atlanta's Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill Workers and their Representations through the 1914-1915 Strike, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1993.
C. Kuhn, Joyce, H., and West, B. E., Living Atlanta: An Oral History of the City, 1914-1948. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1990.
C. Kuhn, We Lived that Way: An Oral History Interview with Joe Jacobs, Atlanta History, vol. 36, pp. 54-67, 1993.
T. Kushner, Caroline, or Change. New York: Theatre Communications Group, 2004.
M. Kwas, Two Generations of the Abraham and Fanny Block Family: Internal Migration, Economics, Family, and the Jewish Frontier, Southern Jewish History, vol. 12, pp. 39-114, 2009.
P. Kwilecki and Rankin, T., One Place: Paul Kwilecki and Four Decades of Photographs from Decatur County, Georgia. Chapel Hill, NC: U of North Carolina P, 2013.
I. Lachoff, Rabbi Bernard Illowy: Counter Reformer, Southern Jewish History, vol. 5, pp. 43-67, 2002.
I. Lachoff and Kahn, C. C., The Jewish Community of New Orleans. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia, 2005.
H. Landau, First Person History: American Ghetto, Filson Club Historical Quarterly, vol. 72, pp. 193-198, 1998.
H. Landau, Adath Louisville: The Story of a Jewish Community. Louisville, KY: Herman Landau and Associates, 1981.
M. Laney, German Rocketeers in the Heart of Dixie: Making Sense of the Nazi Past during the Civil Rights Era. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2015.
S. Langston, Interaction and Identity: Jews and Christians in Nineteenth Century New Orleans, in Dixie Diaspora: An Anthology of Southern Jewish History, Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2006, pp. 357-389.
S. Langston, "Being Jewish in Columbus, Georgia: The Business, Politics, and Religion of Jacob and Isaac Moses, 1828-1890", Southern Jewish HIstory, vol. 18, pp. 1-61, 2015.
S. Langston and Stone, B., Teaching Southern Jewish History: A Dialogue, Southern Jewish History, vol. 15, pp. 1-40, 2012.
S. Langston, James K. Gutheim as Southern Reform Rabbi, Community Leader, and Symbol, Southern Jewish History, vol. 5, pp. 69-102, 2002.