Judaica Americana Pamphlet Collection

Judaica Americana is a unique collection of one hundred pamphlets published in the United States between 1725 and 1900. The pamphlets include sermons given by rabbis at various occasions, lectures on Jewish/Christian relations, educational pamphlets, historical articles, and biographies of renowned Jews of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. There are also political and civic documents relating to the Jews and the government of the United States. Judaica Americana is a primary source for the study of American Jewish life before the mass migrations of the early twentieth century. Digitization for this project was funded by the National Foundation for Jewish Culture.