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DOI: 10.2307/4486226
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Jews in America: Our Story <http://www.jewsinamerica.org=. Created and maintained by the Center for Jewish History, New York, N.Y. Reviewed Dec. 8-15, 2005

D. Greene

Judaism
History
Exhibition
2006
The first Jewish community in North America migrated from Recife, Brazil, landing in New Amsterdam in 1654. The year 2004 thus marked the 350th anniversary of permanent Jewish settlement, and a myriad of public programs, exhibitions, and publications have celebrated and reflected on this milestone. Jews in America: Our Story— a Web site created by the five partner organizations of the Center for Jewish History (cjh): American Jewish Historical Society, American Sephardi Foundation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum, and yivo Institute for Jewish Research—operates in the same vein. The site's content is divided into three areas: (1) documents, photographs, and artifacts; (2) a timeline, including a narrative and links to other useful sites; and (3) a “Special Features” segment, which includes videos, essays, and “closer looks” at selected artifacts. Jews in America suggests an argument that will be familiar to those steeped in similar anniversary material. The creators describe...
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