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D. Winegarten, There's Jews in Texas?. Norfolk, VA: Poetica Magazine, 2012.
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M. I. Wiseman, Railroad Baron, Fire-Eater, and the 'Alien Jew': The Life and Memory of David Levy Yulee, University of Florida, Gainsville, FL, 2011.
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G. Zola, Isaac Harby of Charleston, 1788-1828: Jewish Reformer and Intellectual. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1994.
G. Zola, We Called Him Rabbi Abraham: Lincoln and American Jewry, a Documentary History. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 2014.
R. Zweigenhaft, Two Cities in North Carolina: A Comparative Study of Jews in the Upper Class, Jewish Social Studies, vol. 41, pp. 291-300, 1979.