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M. C. Ferris, Matzoh Ball Gumbo: Culinary Tales of the Jewish South. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2005.
M. C. Ferris, "Feeding the Jewish Soul in the Delta Diaspora", Southern Cultures, vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 52-85, 2004.
M. C. Ferris, Dining in the Dixie Diaspora: A Meeting of Region and Religion, in Jewish Roots in Southern Soil, Waltham, MA: Brandeis University Press, 2006, pp. 226-254.
L. Feuer, America's First Jewish Professor: James Joseph Sylvester at the University of Virginia, American Jewish Archives, vol. 36, no. November, pp. 152-201, 1984.
G. Fink, "Efficiency and Control: Labor Espionage in Southern Textiles", in Organized Labor in the Twentieth-Century South, Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 1991, pp. 13-34.
G. Fink, "Labor Espionage and the Organization of Southern Textiles: The Fulton Bag And Cotton Mill Strike of 1914-1915", Labor's Heritage, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 10-35, 1989.
G. Fink, The Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills Strike of 1914-1915: Espionage, Labor Conflict, and New South Industrial Relations. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1993.
N. H. Finkelstein, Schools of Hope: How Julius Rosenwald Helped Change African American Education. Honesdale, PA: Boyds Mills, 2014.
J. Fishman, Southern City, in Jews in the South, Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1973, pp. 307-333.
W. K. Fishman, Jews and the New Orleans Economic and Social Elites, Jewish Social Studies, vol. 44, no. Summer-Fall, pp. 291-297, 1982.
E. Ford and Stiefel, B., The Jews of New Orleans and the Mississppi Delta: A History of Life and Community Along the Bayou. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia, 2012.
S. Forman, Blacks in the Jewish Mind. New York: New York University Press, 1998.
S. Forman, The Unbearable Whiteness of Being Jewish: Desegregation in the South and the Crisis of Jewish Liberalism, American Jewish History, vol. 85, pp. 121-142, 1997.
R. Foulkes, Hortense Powdermaker's 'After Freedom': Making Sense of the Conundrum of Black/Jewish Relations in American Anthropology and Society, Western Journal of Black Studies, vol. 18, pp. 231-234, 1994.
F. S. Frank, Five Families and Eight Young Men: Nashville and her Jewry, 1850-1861. Nashville: Tennessee Book Co., 1962.
S. Z. Frank, A Passion to Serve: Memoirs of a Jewish Activist. Alphareta, GA: BookLogic, 2019.
F. S. Frank, Nashville Jewry during the Civil War, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, vol. 39, no. Fall, pp. 310-322, 1980.
F. S. Frank, Beginnings on Market Street: Nashville and her Jewry, 1861-1901. Nashville: , 1976.
R. G. Fredman, Cosmopolitans at Home: An Anthropological View of the Sephardic Jews of Washinton, D.C., Temple University, Philadelphia, 1982.
R. G. Fredman, "Cosmopolitans at Home: An Anthropological View of the Sephardic Jews of Washington, D.C.", Anthropological Quarterly, vol. 54, no. 2, pp. 61-68, 1981.
G. Freeze, Roots, Barks, Berries and Jews: The Herb Trade in Gilded-Age North Carolina, Essyas in Economic and Business History, vol. 13, pp. 107-127, 1995.
V. Frey, Kole, K., and Spracher, L., Voices of Savannah: Selections from the Oral History Collection of the Savannah Jewish Archives. Savannah: Savannah Jewish Archives, 2004.
R. S. Frey, The Silent and the Damned: the Murder of Mary Phagan and the Lynching of Leo Frank. Lanham, MD: Madison Books, 1988.
R. S. Frey, Christian Responses to the Trial and the Lynching of Leo Frank, Georgia Historical Quarterly, vol. 71, pp. 461-476, 1987.
A. Friedenberg, Solomon Heydenfeldt, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, vol. 10, pp. 129-140, 1902.