In 1938, Samuel Koenig, director of the Connecticut Ethnic Survey, conducted a study of the Jewish community in Stamford. Titled An American Jewish Community: The Story of the Jews in Stamford, Connecticut, Koenig's goal was to give a comprehensive historical , eecomonic and social picture of a Jewish community, with special emphasis on the organizations and institutions that Stamford's Jews had created to help them assimilate into American society while preserving their cultural heritage.
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This important publication traces the historical migration through the archived images preserved by the Jewish Historical Society of Fairfield County. The authors are members of the historical society: Irwin Miller is past president, historian, and founding member; Linda Baulsir, archivist and board member. Together they have carefully chosen the finest images and written detailed narrative to tell this significant history of the Jewish people and their activities centered in the southwestern corner of Connecticut.
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Total cost: $24.99
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Jewish Historical Society of Fairfield County
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