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California Jews

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The nation's thirty-first state emerged early as one of its most diverse as people immigrated to the west. California's indigenous tribes were forced off their lands first by Spanish settlers, then by the arrival of gold miners from every corner of the world. Because of its Catholic missionary history, Gold Rush California did not experience a more exclusive eastern-style Protestantism. This permitted more rapid and inclusive acculturation. California Jews, unlike their eastern counterparts whose arrival often followed that ...

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1611682193

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California Jews
2011, Brandeis University Press, Hanover

ISBN-13: 9781611682199

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2003, Brandeis University Press

ISBN-13: 9781584650607

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