Jewish immigrant charities and self-help organizations in Manchester, c.1900-1930

by Rainer Liedtke

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Dissertation (M.A.) - University of Warwick, 1990.

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This paper examines the 19th century Jewish immigrant quarters of Manchester and Leeds. It uses original census data to look at the entire population of the two areas of initial settlement.

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