The history of the Jews from the Babylonian captivity to the present time;
comprising their conquests, dispersions, wanderings, persecusions, commercial enterprises, literature, manners, customs, and forms of worship, with an account of the various efforts made for their conversion.
Compiled from the most authentic sources. With a pref. by William Jenks.
|Main Author:||Berk, M. A.|
Boston, M.A. Berk, 1846.
2d American ed.
Chapters VI to XIX (in part rewritten) are from J. A. Hule's "History of the Jews from the taking of Jerusalem by Titus to the present time."
Pref. to the 1st ed signed: W. C. Brownlee.
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