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Jewish Community of Savannah, The (GA) (Images of America)

by Valerie Frey

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Arcadia Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judaism - General,
  • History,
  • Religion - Judaism,
  • History: American,
  • United States - State & Local - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7900600M
    ISBN 100738514497
    ISBN 109780738514499
    OCLC/WorldCa50683111

    Savannah’s Jewish community followed a sequence different from the two older Jewish communities in New York () and Newport (), and markedly different from the newer colonial Jewish settlements in Philadelphia () and Charleston (). The Jewish Community of Savannah By Valerie Frey and Kaye Kole Arcadia Publishing, The Jewish Community of Savannah celebrates the colorful history of one of the nation's oldest established Jewish communities. Vintage photographs culled from the Savannah Jewish Archives reveal what life was like in days gone by.

    Congregation Mickve Israel was founded by 42 Jews who arrived in Savannah, in the new colony of Georgia, on J Having left London, England, five months earlier, the brave band of mostly Portuguese Jews and two German Jewish families sought freedom and opportunity in the New World. On the first page of one of the manuscripts, my father, who was one of the number who arrived at Savannah 11 th July, , kept a book, of which this is a copy, of ALL the Jews that came here, were born here, and went away. I was anxious to have it, and my father, translated it .

    What if you were able to drop your kids off at day camp, book a personal training session, and then meet your friends for a water aerobics or Yoga class? All this and more happens every day at the JEA of Savannah. Discover your community at the Jewish Educational Alliance. For over years the JEA has been dedicated to ensuring a strong and. Savannah, Georgia. Third oldest Jewish community in North America. On July 11th, , the first 41 Jews of the city arrived aboard a ship chartered by London's Sephardi synagogue. In spite of objections from London's Georgia trustees, the Jews won the legal right to settle in Savannah .


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Fathers of the Revolution. Born in Savannah in the 18th century, Mordecai Sheftall was the highest ranking Jewish officer in the Revolutionary army.

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In the yeara full 17 years after the Jewish community’s founding, only 16 Jews lived in Savannah: the family of Abraham and Abigail Minis, the brothers Daniel and Moses Nunes, and the family of Benjamin and Hannah Sheftall.