Fb2 The Island of One People: An Account of the History of the Jews of Jamaica ePub
by Anthony Alberga,Marilyn Delevante
|Author:||Anthony Alberga,Marilyn Delevante|
|Publisher:||Ian Randle Publishers (November 30, 2005)|
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The first Jews arrived in Jamaica long before the English conquest of 1655. This work provides an insight into a part of Jamaican heritage not previously recorded
The first Jews arrived in Jamaica long before the English conquest of 1655. This work provides an insight into a part of Jamaican heritage not previously recorded. Although few in numbers the contribution of the Jewish community in industry, commerce, education, the arts and even cookery has been profound.
the oldest newspaper in the western hemisphere; from representing Jamaica internationally to the now iconic work of Belisario; the contribution of the Jewish community in nation building in Jamaica is unquestionable. Copiously illustrated, the result is a vibrant, engaging story of not just Jewish, but Jamaican history.
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It gave accurate details of some of the prominent Jews genealogy of Jamaica and history of the Portuguese/Spanish Jews. The only negative is not much is written about the Ashkenazi Jews, it is possible they were the minorities and most of their records were destroyed in earthquakes and hurricanes over the years. 3 people found this helpful. There have been several books over the years that have showed the history of the Jamaican Jews. This is the first one that I have read beyond my family history. I couldn't put it down.
The history of the Jews in Jamaica predominantly dates back to migrants from Spain and Portugal to the island since 1494 as well as migrants from France and United Kingdom. Starting in 1480, many Jews began fleeing from Spain because of the persecution of the Holy Inquisition. When the English captured Jamaica from Spain in 1655, the Jews who were living as conversos began to practice Judaism openly. By 1611, the Island of Jamaica had reached an estimated population of 1,500 people
For much of the nation’s history, Jews have been well integrated in the community at large, and intermarriage . Among the cousins, Delevante, who says she is probably the only Jew in Jamaica to keep kosher, appears most worried about the future of Jamaican Jewry.
For much of the nation’s history, Jews have been well integrated in the community at large, and intermarriage has been common - despite some anti-Jewish sentiment in the early years of British rule. We’re very much part of the community, Delevante said. We’re not separate, and we don’t separate from anyone. Despite the high intermarriage rate, however, most children of intermarriage are raised as Jews, and there continue to be conversions. That, community members say, is what will keep Jamaican Jewry going.
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Contributor -Alberga, Anthony.
1508 Bishop of Cuba wrote: "Practically every ship field with Hebrews and New Christians. 1509 – Seville convertos bribe King Ferdinand of Spain to trade in colonies. Contributor -Alberga, Anthony. Sephardi Jews: A Pageant of Spanish-Portuguese and Oriental Judaism Between the Cross and the Crescent, Edmond S. Malka, Trenton, NJ, 1979.