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R. Sapon-White, A Polish Jew on the Florida Frontier and in Occupied Tennessee: Excerpts from the Memoirs of Max White, Southern Jewish History, vol. 4, pp. 92-122, 2001.
J. Sarna and Mendelsohn, A., Jews and the Civil War: A Reader. New York: New York University Press, 2010.
J. Sarna and Shapell, B., Lincoln and the Jews: A History. New York: St. Martin's, 2015.
J. Sarna, When General Grant Expelled the Jews. New York: Schocken, 2012.
J. Saxe, Communicative Practices of Yiddish-Speaking Jewish Elders on South Miami Beach, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA, 2001.
C. Schechter, Forty Acres and a Shul: 'It's as Easy as Dell', in Lone Stars of David: The Jews of Texas, Waltham, MA: Brandeis University Press, 2007, pp. 255-267.
B. Schein, Famous All Over Town. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P, 2014.
H. F. Schlam, The Early Jews of Houston, Ohio State University, 1971.
L. Schmier, Notes and Documents on the 1862 Expulsionof Jews from Thomasville, GA, American Jewish Archives, vol. 32, no. April, pp. 9-22, 1980.
L. Schmier, Chant of Ages; Cry of Cotton: The Biography of a South Georgia Jewish Community's Beginnings, 1865-1908. Valdosta, GA: Snake Nation Press, 2012.
L. Schmier, This New Canaan: The Jewish Experience in Georgia, Georgia Historical Quarterly, vol. 73, no. Summer and Winter, pp. 349-363; 815-827, 1989.
L. Schmier, The Man from Gehau, Atlanta Historical Journal, vol. 23, no. Fall, pp. 91-106, 1979.
L. Schmier, No Jew Can Murder: Memories of Tom Watson and the Lichtenstein Murder Case of 1901, Georgia Historical Quarterly, vol. 70, no. Fall, pp. 433-455, 1986.
L. Schmier, The First Jews of Valdosta, Georgia Historical Quarterly, vol. 62, no. Spring, pp. 32-49, 1978.
L. Schmier, Jews and Gentiles in a South Georgia Town, in Jews of the South: Selected Essays from the Southern Jewish Historical Society, Macon: Mercer University Press, 1984, pp. 1-16.
L. Schmier, Helloo! Peddler Man! Helloo!, in Ethnic Minorities in Gulf Coast Society, Pensacola: Historic Pensacola Preservation Board, 1979.
L. Schmier, For Him the Schwartzers Couldn't Do Enough: A Jewish Peddler and his Black Customers, American Jewish History, vol. 73, no. September, pp. 39-55, 1983.
L. Schmier, Reflections of Southern Jewry: The Letters of Charles Wessolowsky. Macon: Mercer University Press, 1982.
A. Schops, They Came to Pensacola, Pensacola History Illustrated, vol. 4, pp. 15-44, 1996.
A. Schops, Growing Up in Pensacola, Pensacola History Illustrated, vol. 4, pp. 11-14, 1996.
J. Schorsch, Jews and Blacks in the Early Modern World. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004.
J. Schorsch, "American Jewish Historians, Colonial Jews and Blacks, and the Limits of Wissenschaft: A Critical Review", Jewish Social Studies, vol. 6, pp. 102-132, 2000.
A. Schottenstein, "Jews, Race, and Southernness", in The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, vol. 13, Chapel Hill, NC: U of North Carolina P, 2013.
D. Schulman, The Past is Never Dead: A Gritz Goldberg Mystery. Winston-Salem, NC: John F. Blair, 2004.
D. Schultz, Going South: Jewish Women in the Civil Rights Movement. New York: New York University Press, 2001.