Series: The Jewish People in America

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The Jewish People in America: Five Volume Boxed Set by American Jewish Historical Societyset
A Time for Planting: The First Migration, 1654-1820 (The Jewish People in America) by Eli FaberBook 1
A Time for Gathering: The Second Migration, 1820-1880 (The Jewish People in America) by Hasia R. DinerBook 2
A Time for Building: The Third Migration, 1880-1920 (The Jewish People in America) by Gerald SorinBook 3
A Time for Searching: Entering the Mainstream, 1920-1945 (The Jewish People in America) by Henry L. FeingoldBook 4
A Time for Healing: American Jewry since World War II (The Jewish People in America) by Edward S. ShapiroBook 5

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  1. The Jews of the United States, 1654 to 2000 by Hasia R. Diner (2004)
  2. A History of the Jews in America by Howard Sachar (1992)
  3. American Judaism: A History by Jonathan D. Sarna (2004)
  4. The American Jewish Experience by Jonathan D. Sarna (1986)
  5. A People Divided: Judaism in Contemporary America by Jack Wertheimer (1993)
  6. The Jews in America: Four Centuries of an Uneasy Encounter : A History by Arthur Hertzberg (1989)
  7. To the Golden Cities: Pursuing the American Jewish Dream in Miami and L.A by Deborah Dash Moore (1994)
  8. Jew Vs Jew: The Struggle For The Soul Of American Jewry by Samuel G. Freedman (2000)
  9. The Jews in America: The Roots and Destiny of American Jews by Max I. Dimont (1978)
  10. Judaism as a Civilization: Toward a Reconstruction of American-Jewish Life by Mordecai Menahem Kaplan (1934)
  11. Jews Among the Indians: Tales of Adventure and Conflict in the Old West by Mitchell Lee Marks (1992)
  12. Saving Remnants: Feeling Jewish in America by Sara Bershtel (1992)
  13. American Jewish Women's History: A Reader by Pamela Susan Nadell (2003)
  14. A Certain People: American Jews and Their Lives Today by Charles E. Silberman (1985)
  15. Judaism in America (Columbia Contemporary American Religion Series) by Marc Lee Raphael (2003)

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