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Jews of Paradise: Creating a Vibrant Community in Northampton, Massachusetts
by Penina Migdal Glazer & Myron Peretz Glazer.
Northampton, 350th Anniversary Committee, 2004. Paperback, Large Octavo, 122 pages. Many photos.
settlers arrived in Northampton, Mass, one hundred and fifty years ago
and soon established a synagogue of their own. Congregation B'nai Israel
became a symbol of the growth of the Jewish community and its commitment to
By the 1930s, Jews owned clothing and shoe stores and were operating hardware stores, groceries and butcher shops. They and those in the professions and the arts, succeeded in building a thriving life in Northampton.
By the beginning of the 21st century, the builders of new organizations such as the National Yiddish Book Center, Beit Ahavah synagogue, and the Solomon Schechter Day School had drawn on the Valley's long heritage of reform to create new and imaginative centers of Jewish life.
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