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Jewish communities on the Ohio River: a history

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University Press of Kentucky,
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c2007.
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In Jewish Communities on the Ohio River, Amy Hill Shevitz chronicles the settlement and development of small Jewish communities in towns along the river. In these small towns, Jewish citizens created networks of businesses and families that developed into a distinctive, nineteenth-century middle-class culture. As a minority group with a vital role in each community, Ohio Valley Jews fostered American religious pluralism as they constructed a regional identity. Their contributions to the culture and economy of the region countered the anti-Semitic sentiments of the period. Shevitz discusses the associations among the towns and the big cities of the region, especially Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. Also examined are Jewish communities' relationships with, and dependence on, the Ohio River and rail networks. Jewish Communities on the Ohio River demonstrates how the circumstances of a specific region influenced the evolution of American Jewish life.

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table_of_contents On the Frontier -- From Europe to the Ohio River Valley -- Finding and founding communities -- Religious conflicts and congruity -- A Judaism for the middle class -- The community within a community -- Maintaining community -- The East European immigration and the reconfiguration of community -- Communities at maturity -- The demise of community.
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