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A Miserable Hanukkah in Kentucky: When Jews Were Almost Expelled From the American South


The Magid in Europe reported that a group of Jews from Paducah, Kentucky, led by Cesar Kaskel ... The latter obeyed right away, and the Jews of Paducah returned to their homes. Cartoon depicting Ulysses Grant crying "crocodile tears" over the Jews.


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Confederate soldiers burning cotton in 1888. UIG via Getty Images A Miserable Hanukkah in Kentucky: When Jews Were Almost Expelled From the American South What made GenUlysses SGrant sign the order for the expulsion of all Jews from Tennessee, Kentucky and Mississippi in the midst of the Civil War? By Ushi Derman, Beit Hatfutsot - The Museum of the Jewish People Dec 19, 2017 comments Print   Zen Subscribe now  Shareshare on facebook  Tweet send via email reddit stumbleupon document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", function() { // read the sharing count of the article from facebook var remote = 'https://graph.facebook.com/?fields=og_object%7bid%7d,share&id=https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/1.829850&format=json'; var ajax = new XMLHttpRequest(); ajax.open("GET", remote, true); ajax.onload = function() { if(ajax.status == 200) { var data = JSON.parse(ajax.responseText); //Update facebook counter on article var facebookCount = (data.share && data.share.share_count) || 0; if (facebookCount != 0 ) { document.querySelector('.media__content .js-fb-count').innerText = facebookCount; } } } ajax.send(); }); U.SCongress split over whether criticizing Israel constitutes anti-Semitism Under Trump, anti-Semitic incidents in U.Ssurged 76 percent in first half of 2017 Roy Moore's wife: We're not anti-Semitic, our lawyer is Jewish if (( typeof sendRequestToDFP != "undefined" ) && sendRequestToDFP('all', 'haaretz.com.web.box.magazine.articles.1')) { $(document.getElementById('haaretz.com.web.box.magazine.articles.1')).removeClass('h-hidden');

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