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E. Eisner, "'Hebrews in Favor of the South': Jews, Race, and the North Carolina State Convention of 1861-1862", Southern Jewish History, vol. 24, pp. 1-47, 2021.
D. Ellenson, A Separate Life, in Jewish Spiritual Journeys: 20 Essays Written to Honor the Occassion of the 70th Birthday of Eugene B. Borowitz, New York: Behrman House, 1997, pp. 93-101.
M. Elovitz, A Century of Jewish Life in Dixie. University of Alabama Press, 1974.
S. Ely, In Jewish Texas: A Family Reunion. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 1998.
B. Elzas, The Jews of South Carolina. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1905.
U. Engelman, Jewish Education in Charleston, South Carolina during the 18th and 19th Century, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, vol. 42, pp. 43-70, 1952.
J. English, John Wesley and his Jewish Parishioners, Perspectives in Religious Studies, vol. 10, 1983.
S. Epstein, "The Arrival of a Provocateur: Responses to William Dudley Pelley in Asheville, 1930-1934", Southern Jewish History, vol. 16, 2013.
H. Epstein, Judaism and Progress: Sermons and Addresses. New York: Bloch Publishing Co., 1935.
E. Evans, The Provincials: A Personal History of Jews in the South. New York: Atheneum, 1973.
E. Evans, The Lonely Days Were Sundays. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1993.
E. Evans, Judah P. Benjamin, the Jewish Confederate. New York: Free Press, 1988.
J. Ezekiel, The Jews of Richmond, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, vol. 4, pp. 21-27, 1896.
H. Ezekiel and Lichtenstein, G., The History of the Jews of Richmond, 1769-1917. Richmond: Press of H.T. Ezekiel, 1917.
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E. Faber, Jews, Slaves and the Slave Trade: Setting the Record Straight. New York: New York University Press, 1998.
S. Fahrer, A Home in Shalom'ville: The History of Asheville's Jewish Community. Asheville, NC: Jewish Community Center of Asheville, 2015.
G. Fairbanks, Moses Elias Levy Yulee, Florida Historical Quarterly, vol. 18, pp. 165-167, 1940.
S. Falk, Alfred Mordecai, American Jew, American Jewish Archives, vol. 10, no. October, pp. 125-132, 1958.
S. Falk, The Warrenton Female Academy of Jacob Mordecai, 1809-1818, North Carolina Historical Review, vol. 35, no. July, pp. 281-298, 1958.
S. Falk, Divided Loyalties in 1861: The Decision of Major Alfred Mordecai, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, vol. 48, no. March, pp. 147-169, 1959.
J. Feibelman, A Social and Economic Study of the New Orleans Jewish Community, University of Pennsylvania, 1941.
E. Feldman, Tales out of Shul: The Unorthodox Journal of an Orthodox Rabbi. New York: Shaar Press, 1997.
M. C. Ferris, "'God First, You Second, Me Third': An Exploration of 'Quiet Jewishness' at Camp Wah-Kon-Dah", Southern Cultures, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 58-70, 2012.
M. C. Ferris, From the Recipe File of Luba Cohen: A Study of Southern Jewish Foodways and Cultural Identity, Southern Jewish History, vol. 2, pp. 129-164, 1999.
M. C. Ferris and Greenberg, M. I., Jewish Roots in Southern Soil: A New History. Waltham, MA: Brandeis UP, 2006.

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