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  • Author:
    Peter Elias
  • ISBN:
    0646422073
  • ISBN13:
    978-0646422077
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  • Publisher:
    Hobart Hebrew Congregation (December 31, 2003)
  • Pages:
    281 pages
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    Australia & Oceania
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A Few From Afar book. A Few From Afar is an absorbing look at the role of a number of Jewish immigrants in the life of Van Diemen’s Land and Tasmania.

A Few From Afar book. The book was published by the Hobart Hebrew Congregation in 2003 to mark the bicentenary of European settlement, and includes material from a wide range of contributors. The highly readable narrative gives valuable insights into the cultural inter A Few From Afar is an absorbing look at the role of a number of Jewish immigrants in the life of Van Diemen’s Land and Tasmania.

The book is entitled The Jewish Legacy and the German Conscience, and includes essays by 23 scholars, including Gunther Plaut, David Ellenson . A few from afar : Jewish lives in Tasmania from 1804. Hobart Hebrew Congregation. p. 162. ISBN 0646422073.

The book is entitled The Jewish Legacy and the German Conscience, and includes essays by 23 scholars, including Gunther Plaut, David Ellenson, David G. Dalin, Immanuel Jakobovits, Jakob Josef Petuchowski, Paul R. Mendes-Flohr, and Gerhard Weinberg  .

Jewish Lives in Tasmania from 1804. There's no description for this book yet. Published January 2003 by Hobart Hebrew Congregation.

Lucy Frost, University of Tasmania, English Department, Emeritus. edu and the wider internet faster and more securely, please take a few seconds to upgrade your browser. Studies English, 20th Century British Literature и 19th Century British (Literature).

Lewis Abrahams was certainly living in Hobart Town in 1835, records show that he was the occupier of a house and garden at 19 Bathurst Street . Elias, A. & . A few From Afar - Jewish Lives in Tasmania from 1804, pp. 33, 87. More Information. Trade Tokens, draperies (shops).

Lewis Abrahams was certainly living in Hobart Town in 1835, records show that he was the occupier of a house and garden at 19 Bathurst Street and was in partnership with a certain . Davis in a shop at 102 Liverpool Street. He was married in the Jewish Synagogue in December 1855. It appears that Davis withdrew from the partnership and Abrahams carried on alone. He died in Hobart in 1860. According to the details recorded on his tokens, Abrahams was a draper. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Abe Saperstein, a British born American Jewish businessman and the original owner, coach, trainer, booking agent, PR Director, chauffeur and occasional player of the world-famous basketball team, the Harlem Globetrotters.

In a colony where Christianity was assumed as the norm. the religious and cultural heritage of Jewish convicts complicated their lives.

Frost, L and Ballyn, S 2003, 'Sephardi convicts in Van Diemen's Land', in Peter Elias and Ann Elias (ed., A Few from Afar: Jewish Lives in Tasmania from 1804, Hobart Hebrew Congregation, Hobart, pp. 73-82. In a colony where Christianity was assumed as the norm. This chapter looks at a distinctive group within this religious minority, the Sephardi convicts, and though biographies of a male and female convict considers the pressures of their heritage upon their construction of colonial identity. Item Type: Book Section.

The book is entitled The Jewish Legacy and the German Conscience, and includes essays by 23 scholars .