At the Edge of a Dream: The Story of Jewish Immigrants on New Yorks Lower East Side 1880-1920 Lawrence J. Epstein

ISBN: 9780787986223

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299 pages


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At the Edge of a Dream: The Story of Jewish Immigrants on New Yorks Lower East Side 1880-1920  by  Lawrence J. Epstein

At the Edge of a Dream: The Story of Jewish Immigrants on New Yorks Lower East Side 1880-1920 by Lawrence J. Epstein
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This beautiful book tells the nostalgic tale of how millions of Jewish immigrants entered America through the portal of the Lower East Side. There in New York City they struggled and ultimately flourished in a neighborhood that was the center ofMoreThis beautiful book tells the nostalgic tale of how millions of Jewish immigrants entered America through the portal of the Lower East Side. There in New York City they struggled and ultimately flourished in a neighborhood that was the center of Jewish work, family, and culture.

For more than fifty years, the Lower East Side spawned newly-mined Americans, including entertainment icons like George Burns and Ira Gershwin, gangsters like Meyer Lansky, and an extraordinary array of people who would go on to transform American society.



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