Hanukkah in America : a history /
The ways in which Hanukkah was reshaped by American Jews reveals the changing goals and values that emerged among different contingents each December as they confronted the reality of living as a religious minority in the United States. Bringing together clergy and laity, artists and businessmen,... Full description
|Main Author:||Ashton, Dianne.|
New York : New York University Press, 2013
Goldstein-Goren series in American Jewish history.
|Contents:||What is Hanukkah? --Modern Maccabees --Children light up --Remade in America --Homegrown heroism --Forging a common tradition --Hippies, Hasidim, & havurot.|
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|Oshkosh||Adult Nonfiction||296.435 A828h||Available|