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Lone Stars of David: The Jews of Texas (Brandeis Series in American Jewish History, Culture, and Life) Hardcover – February 1, 2007
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"Here is a moving history of contributions made by the Jewish people and the pathos of their immigration, settling, and integration into the Texas landscape. While they are so few in number in this vast land we call Texas, they are always prominent if not predominate in their support and contributions to all things cultural, educational, and social within our boundaries. The quality of Texas life has been enriched beyond words by their presence." (Dan Jenkins, novelist, sportswriter, Texan)
"This book fills in a lot of blanks regarding the role of Jews in Texas history, especially in the areas of education, petroleum, merchandising and philanthropy. It's about time some of this was documented. It's a fascinating scholarly work written by some talented storytellers." (Tumbleweed Smith, Texas Folklorist)
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The Jews of the South have made a remarkable difference in the South, and this is a fine resource at which to start to understand.
Excellent information for Jews and others.