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by Jonathan D. Sarna

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Author: Jonathan D. Sarna
ISBN: 0841905673
ISBN13: 978-0841905672
Language: English
Publisher: Holmes & Meier Pub; First U.S. Edition edition (March 1, 1981)
Pages: 233
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Noah, M. M. (Mordecai Manuel), 1785-1851, Jews.

Noah, M. New York : Holmes & Meier. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Instead, the Mordecai Noah of this book is a highly significant figure on the American scene, a leader of the American .

Instead, the Mordecai Noah of this book is a highly significant figure on the American scene, a leader of the American Jewish community, and most important, the first man in history to confront and grapple boldly with the tensions between these two distinct roles. My interest in Noah stems from the belief that, through his life, much can be learned about the American Jewish experience in general. The life of Mordecai Noah is part of a larger story, one which might be titled, "The Making of the American Je. Somehow, in their 325 years in America, American Jews have become a unique community-different from other Americans, different from other Jews.

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The life of Mordecai Noah is part of a larger story, one which might be titled The Making of the American Jew. American Jews have become a unique community-different from other Americans.

The life of Mordecai Noah is part of a larger story, one which might be titled "The Making of the American Je. American Jews have become a unique community-different from other Americans, different from other Jews. The forces that shaped these American Jews were many of the same forces that shaped Mordecai Noah.

Jacksonian Jew: The Two Worlds of Mordecai Noah. New York: Holmes & Meier, 1981. 233 pp. David G. Dalin (a1). Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York, . Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 October 2009.

Jacksonian Jew: The Two Worlds of Mordecai Noah. Jonathan D. Sarna is the Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History at Brandeis University and chief historian of the National Museum of American Jewish History. 0841905673 (ISBN13: 9780841905672).

CJ [FALL 195'}j Jonathan D. Sarna Jonathan D. Sarna Dr. Sarna received his doctorate from Yale University in 1979. He is the author of Jacksonian Jews: The Two Worlds of Mordecai Noah

CJ [FALL 195'}j Jonathan D. He is the author of Jacksonian Jews: The Two Worlds of Mordecai Noah.

Jonathan D. sarna brandeis university. Writing at the turn of the twentieth century, the Reverend Madison Clinton P­ eters (1859–1918), in his widely circulated apologetic survey entitled Justice to the Jew: The Story of What He Has Done for the World (1899), listed among America’s numerous writers of verse nine different Jews: Emma Lazarus, Penina Moise, M­ iriam del Banco, Nina Morais.

Jacksonian Jew: The Two Worlds of Mordecai Noah, Holmes & Meier (New York, NY), 1981 . In such books as Jews in New Haven, The Jews of Cincinnati, and The Jews of Boston: Essays on the Occasion of the Centenary (1895–1995) of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston, Sarna has examined the history of specific communities where Jewish immigrants to America have settled and prospered. Sarna (born 10 January 1955) is the Joseph H. Braun Professor of American Jewish History in the department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts and director of its Hornstein Jewi. Braun Professor of American Jewish History in the department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts and director of its Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program. He is the son of Hebrew College librarian Helen Horowitz Sarna and biblical scholar Nahum Sarna.

The life of Mordecai Noah is part of a larger story, one which might be titled "The Making of the American Jew." American Jews have become a unique community-different from other Americans, different from other Jews. The forces that shaped these American Jews were many of the same forces that shaped Mordecai Noah. To understand Noah is to begin to understand the process which transformed radically dissimilar Jews, from very different backgrounds, into the vibrant and creative American Jewish community it is today.
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