Jewish Immigrant Experiences in America

Students discuss and write about how culture and socioeconomic status, in connection with religion, shaped immigrant experiences in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. They recognize continuity and change in historic events, conditions, trends, and issues in order to make decisions for a better future.

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