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early Jews of New Orleans.

Bertram Wallace Korn

early Jews of New Orleans.

by Bertram Wallace Korn

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Published by American Jewish Historical Society in Waltham, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Louisiana,
  • New Orleans.
    • Subjects:
    • Jews -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesAmerican Jewish communal histories,, no. 5
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF379.N5 K6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxi, 382 p.
      Number of Pages382
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5695187M
      LC Control Number70086334

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      The Early Jews of New Orleans (Book): Korn, Bertram Wallace. The Jewish Community of New Orleans (Book): Lachoff, Irwin: "New Orleans is not a typical Southern city. The Jews who have settled in New Orleans from to the present have had a very different experience than others in the South. New Orleans was a wide-open frontier that attracted gamblers, sailors, con artists, planters, and merchants. Most early Jewish immigrants were bachelors who.

      The Jewish population of New Orleans grew in the early 19th century as immigrants from Alsace and the German states began to settle there. In , New Orleans Jews organized the state’s first congregation, Gates of Mercy. By , New Orleans had three synagogues, two Jewish benevolent associations, and a Jewish orphanage. The Early Jews of New Orleans. Waltham, MA: American Jewish Historical Society, Hardcover. Hardcover with blue cloth boards in dust jacket, , octavo, pp., illustrated in b&w. Book near fine with hint of wear to edges of boards, binding tight, text clean and unmarked but gently toned throughout.


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Early New Orleans. It has generally been assumed that the Louisiana Code Noir, or Black Code, promulgated in Paris in and excluding settlement by Jews and the practice of any religion other than Catholicism in the French colony of Louisiana, discouraged the immigration of Jews to the area.

The Jewish Historical Publishing Company of Louisiana, History of the Jews of Louisiana (); B.W. Korn, Early Jews of New Orleans (); L. Huehner, Life of Judah Touro (); Greater New Orleans Archivist, Jews of New Orleans, an Archival Guide, I. Lachoff and C.C. Kahn, The Jewish Community of New Orleans ().

The early days of Louisiana settlement brought with them a clandestine group of Jewish pioneers. Isaac Monsanto and other traders spited the rarely enforced Code Noir banning their occupancy, but it wasn't until the Louisiana Purchase that larger numbers colonized the area.

Here Jewish influence was perhaps strongest in early times. From these communities Jews followed trade routes upriver through Natchez, Vicksburg, and the Delta, and throughout the state.

These Jews left a heritage of major business concerns, including nationally known hotels and department stores. History: American Jews Louisiana New Orleans Pictorial works The New Orleans Jewish Community Center - Jewish Book Festival The New Orleans Jewish Community Center is a state-of-the-art fitness center and pool, a pillar of New Orleans early.

The Early Jews of New Orleans (American Jewish communal histories. Old and New Traditions. The first Jewish immigrant came to New Orleans ina Dutch Sephardic Jew named Isaac Monsanto. A small population of Jewish immigrants followed him seeking a new life in America.

By the mids, a modest number of Jews had trickled into the city to seek opportunity. Early Jews Of New Orleans by Bertram Korn available in Hardcover onalso read synopsis and reviews.

Cart | | my account | wish list | help |. Grateful early on for the respect, encouragement and affection he received as a boy from the Karnofskys, a Lithuanian Jewish family in his hometown of New Orleans, he later became dependent for.Get this from a library!

The Jewish community of New Orleans. [Irwin Lachoff; Catherine C Kahn] -- "New Orleans is not a typical Southern city. The Jews who have settled in New Orleans from to the present have had a very different experience than others in the South.

New Orleans was a.The Early Jews of New Orleans Korn, Bertram Wallace. Buy Direct. Price: USD. this book covers Jewish settlement in New Orleans under French, Spanish and American rule from to with detailed attention to the establishment of the first synagogue in the Gulf coast area, the lives of every Jew who came to New Orleans before