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Bibliografia relativa às comunidades judaicas na América do Norte (séculos XVII-XVIII):

Abraham, Lewis, “Correspondence between Washington and Jewish citizens”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 3, 1895, pp. 87-96.

Ackermann, Daniel Kurt, “The 1794 Synagogue of Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim of Charleston: reconstrusted and reconsidered”, American Jewish History, June 2007, vol. 93, n.º 2, pp. 159-177.

Alexander, Lloyd, The Flagship Hope: Aaron Lopez, Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1960.

Altabe, David Fintz, “The Sephardim in America”, Spanish and Portuguese Jewry before and after 1492, New York, Sepher-Hermon Press, 1993.

Andrews Jr., Joseph L., “'To bigotry no sanction': the role of American Jews in the Revolution”, Midstream, vol. 48, n.º 4, May-June 2002.

Angel, Marc D., “The Sephardim of the United States: An Exploratory Study”, American Jewish Yearbook, n.º 74, 1973, pp. 77-138.

Idem, La America: The Sephardic Experience in the United States, Philadelphia, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1982.

Idem, Voices in Exile: A Study in Sephardic Intellectual History, New York, Ktav Publishing House, 1991.

Idem, From Strenght to Strenght: Lectures from Shearith Israel, New York, Sepher-Hermon Press, 1998.

Idem, Remnant of Israel: A Portrait of America's First Jewish Congregation, New York, River Side Book Company, 2004.

Barnett, Lionel (ed.), Bevis Marks Records, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1940.

Barnett, Richard D., “The Correspondence of the Mahamad of the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation of London during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries”, Transactions (Jewish Historical Society of England), vol. 20, 1959-61, pp. 1-50.

Idem, “Zipra Nunes's Story”, in Bertram Wallace Korn (ed.), Festschrift to Jacob Rader Marcus, New York, Ktav Publishing House, 1976, pp. 47-61.

Beginnings, early American Judaica: a collection of ten publications, in facsimile, illustrative of the religious, communal, cultural & political life of American Jewry, 1761-1845, Philadelphia, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1975.

Ben-Ur, Aviva, “The Exceptional and the Mundane: A Biographical Portrait of Rebecca (Machado) Phillips, 1746-1831”, in L. Ehrlich et al. (eds.), Textures and Meaning: Thirty Years of Judaic Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2004, pp. 365-397.

Idem, Sephardic Jews in America: A Diasporic History, New York, New York Press, 2009.

Berman, Myron, Richmond's Jewry, 1769-1976, Charlottesville, University Press of Virginia, 1979.

Birmingham, Stephen, “Our Crowd”: The Great Jewish Families of New York, New York, Syracuse University Press, 1967.

Idem, The Grandees. America’s sephardic elite, New York, Syracuse University Press, 1997.

Blau, Joseph L. and Baron, Salo W., The Jews of the United States 1790-1840: A Documentary History, New York, New York University Press, 1963.

Bloch, Joshua, The People and the Book: The Background of Three Hundred Years of Jewish Life in America, New York, The New York Public Library, 1954.

Idem, “American Jewish Historiography (A Survey of Some of the Literature on the History of the Jews in America”, The Jewish Quaterly Review, vol. 45, n.º 45, Apr. 1955, pp. 434-450.

Bonomi, Patricia, Under the Cope of Heaven: Religion, Society, and Politics in Colonial America, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1986.

Breibart, Solomon, “The Synagogue of Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim, Charleston”, South Carolina Historical Magazine, n.º 80, 1979, pp. 215-235.

Brilliant, Richard (ed.), Facing the New World: Jewish Portraits in Colonial and Federal America, New York, Jewish Museum, 1997.

Broches, Samuel, Jews in New England, 2 vols. New York, Block Publishing, 1942.

Callaghan, Edmund Bailey O', History of New Netherland; or New York under the Dutch, New York, D. Appleton & Company, 1845.

Idem, Documents relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York, Albany, Weed, Parsons and Company Printers, 1858.

Chazan, Robert, "Jewish Settlement in the New World and Its Antecendents", American Jewish History, v. 91, nr. 3-4, Set-Dec 2003.

Chiel, Arthur, “Stiles and the Jews: A Study in Ambivalence”, Jews in New Haven, vol. 3, New Haven, 1981, pp. 118-134.

Chyet, Stanley F., "Aaron Lopez: A Study in Buenafama", American Jewish Historical Quaterly, vol. 52, no. 4, June 1963, pp. 295-309.

Idem, Lopez of Newport: colonial American merchant prince, Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1970.

Idem, “The Political Rights of the Jews in the United States: 1776-1840”, Critical Studies in American Jewish History: Selected Articles from American Jewish Archives, Cincinatti, New York, American Jewish Archives, Ktav Publishing House, 1971.

Idem (ed.), Lives and Voices, Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1972.

Cohen, Martin A., and Peck, Abraham J., Sephardim in the Americas: Studies in Culture and History, Tuscaloosa, University of Alabama Press, 1993.

Cohen, Robert, Jewish Demography in the Eighteenth Century: A Study of London, the West Indies and Early America. Ph.D. Dissertation, Brandeis University, Walthan, 1976.

Corre, Alan D., “The Sephardim of the United States of America”, The Sephardi Heritage II, Northants, Gilbraltar Books, 1989.

Corrsin, Stephen D. , Siegel, Amanda, and Benson, Kennethy, Jews in America: From New Amsterdam to the Yiddish Stage, New York, New York Public Library, 2012.

Daly, Charles P., The Settlement of the Jews in North America, New York, Philip Cowen, 1893.

Daniels, Doris Groshen, “Colonial Jewry: Religion, Domestic and Social Relations”, American Jewish History, vol. 66, n.º 3, March 1977, pp. 375-400.

Database of Early American Jewish Portraits. In http://www.loebjewishportraits.com/

Davies, Harold E., The Fledgling Province. Social and Cultural Life in Colonial Georgia, 1733-1776, Williamsburg, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 2012.

Diner, Hasia, A Time for Gathering: The Second Migration, Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.

Idem, The Jews of the United States, 1645 to 2000, Berkeley, University of California Press, 2004.

Idem and Benderly, Beryl Lieff, Her Works Praise Her: A History of Jewish Women in America from Colonial Times to Present, New York, Basic Books, 2002.

Dyer, Albion Morris, “Points in the First Chapter of New York Jewish History”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 3, 1895, pp. 41-60.

“The Earliest Extant Minute Books of the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation Shearith Israel in New York, 1728-1786”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 21, 1913, pp. 1-81.

Elzas, Barnett Abraham, The Old Jewish Cemeteries at Charleston, S. C.: A Transcript of the Inscriptions on Their Tombstones, 1762-1903, Charleston, The Dagget Printing Company, 1903.

Idem, The Jews of South Carolina, from the Earliest Times to the Present Day, Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1905.

Idem, Jewish Marriage Notices from the Newspaper Press of Charleston, S. C. (1775-1906), New York, Bloch Publishing Company, 1917.

Emmanuel, Isaac S., “New Light on Early American Jewry”, American Jewish Archives, vol. 7, n.º 4, 1955, pp. 3-64.

Ezekiel, Herbert T. and Lichtenstein, Gaston, The History of the Jews of Richmond from 1769 to 1917, Richmond, Herbert T. Ezekiel, 1917.

Faber, Eli, A Time for Planting. The First Migration 1654-1820, Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.

Idem, Jews, Slaves, and the Slave Trade: Setting the Record Straight, New York, New York University Press, 1999.

Idem, “America's Earliest Jewish Settlers, 1654-1820”, The Columbia History of Jews and Judaism in America, New York, Columbia University Press, 2008, pp. 21-46.

Feingold, Henry L., Zion in America: The Jewish Experience from Colonial Times to the Present, New York, Twayne Publishers, 1974.

Feldman, Abraham J., The American Jew: a Study of Backgrounds, New York, Bloch Publishing Company, 1937.

Fisher, Leonard Everett. To Bigotry, No Sanction: the Story of the Oldest Synagogue in America, New York, Holiday House, 1998.

Fortune, Stephen Alexander, Merchants and Jews: The Struggle for British West Indian Commerce, 1650-1750, Florida, University of Florida Press, 1984.

Freund, Miriam K, Jewish Merchants in Colonial America, New York, Behrman's Jewish Book House, 1939.

Friedenberg, Albert M., “The Jews of America, 1654-1787, With Special Reference to the Revolution”, American Jewish Yearbook, vol. 17, pp. 193-218.

Friedenberg, Robert, “Hear O Israel”: The History of American Jewish Preaching, 1654-1970, Tuscaloosa, The University of Alabama Press, 1989.

Friedman, Lee M., “Wills of Early Jewish Settlers in New York”, Publications of the American Jewish Society, n.º 23, 1915, pp. 147-162.

Idem, Early American Jews, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1934.

Idem, Jewish Pioneers and Patriots, New York, Macmillan, 1942.

Idem, Pilgrims in a New Land, New York, Farrar, Straus and Co., 1948.

Idem, “Portraits Etched in Stone. Early Jewish Settlers, 1682-1831”, American Jewish Archives, n.º 1, 1954, pp. 33-37.

Idem, "Some Further Sidelights on Aaron Lopez", The Jewish Quaterly Review, vol. 45, no. 4, April 1955, pp. 562-567.

Gartner, Lloyd P., “Jewish Migrants en Route from Europe to North America: Traditions and Realities”, Jewish History, vol. 1, no. 2, Fall 1986, pp. 49-60.

Gelfand, Noah L., “A Transatlantic Approach to Understanding the Formation of a Jewish Community in New Netherland and New York”, New York History, vol. 89, n.º 4, Fall 2008, pp. 375-395.

Goldman, Shalom, “Joshua / James Seixas (1802-1874): Jewish Apostasy and Christian Hebraism in Early Nineteenth-Century America”, Jewish History, vol. 7, n.º 1, Spring 1993.

Goodman, Abram Vossen, American Overture: Jewish Rights in Colonial Times, Philadelphia, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1947.

Goodwin, George and Smith, Ellen (eds.), The Jews of Rhode Island, Hanover, University Press of New England, 2004.

Graizbord, David, Atlantic Diasporas: Jews, Conversos, and Crypto-Jews in the Age of Mercantilism, 1500-1800, Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.

Grinstein, Hyman, The Rise of the Jewish Community of New York 1654-1860, Philadelphia, Porcupine Press, 1976.

Grollman, Earl A., “Dictionary of American Jewish Biography in the Seventeenth Century”, American Jewish Archives, vol. III, June 1950.

Gutstein, Morris A., The Story of the Jews of Newport: Two and a Half Centuries of Judaism, 1658-1908, New York, Bloch Publishing Company, 1936.

Idem, Aaron Lopez and Judah Touro. A Refugee and a Son of a Refugee, New York, Behrman's Jewish Book House, 1939.

Idem, "Descriptive Index of Aaron Lopez Material at the Newport Historical Society", Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, no. 37, 1947, pp. 153-162.

Guttman, Alexander, “Ezra Stiles, Newport Jewry, and a Question of Jewish Law”, American Jewish Archives, vol. 34, 1982, pp. 98-102.

Hays, Daniel Peixotto, “Daniel L. M. Peixotto, M. D.”, The Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 26, 1918, pp. 219-230.

Handlin, Oscar, Adventures in Freedom: Three Hundred Years of Jewish Life in America, New York, McGraw-Hill Co., 1954.

Hartstein, Jacob I., “The Polonies Talmud Torah of New York”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 34, 1937.

Hershkowitz, Leo (ed.), Wills of Early New York Jews, 1704-1799, New York, American Jewish Historical Society, 1967.

Idem, “Some Aspects Of The New York Jewish Merchant And Community, 1654-1820”, American Jewish Historical Quaterly, n.º 66, Set. 1976-Jun. 1977.

Idem, “Asser Levy and the Inventories of Early New York Jews”, American Jewish History, n.º 80, 1990-1991, pp. 21-55.

Idem, “New Amsterdam's Twenty-Three Jews – Myth or Reality?”, in Shalom Goldman (ed.), Hebrew and the Bible in America: The First Two Centuries, Hanover, University Press of New England, Brandeis University Press and Darmouth College, 1993.

Idem, “Original Inventories of the Early New York Jews (1682-1763)”, American Jewish History, vol. 90, n.º 3, Sept. 2002.

Idem, "Dutch Notarial Records Pertaining to Asser Levy, 1659-1692", American Jewish History, vol. 91, n.º 3-4, Sept-Dec 2003; vol. 90, n.º 3, Set. 2002.

Idem, "Jews and Gentiles in Early America: 1654-1800", American Jewish History, vol. 92, n.º 4, Dec. 2004.

Idem, “By Chance or Choice: Jews in New Amsterdam 1654”, American Jewish Archives, vol. 57, n.º 1, 2005, pp. 1-13.

Idem and Meyer, Isidore S. (eds.), Letters of the Franks Family (1733-1748): The Lee Max Friedman Collection of American Colonial Correspondence, Waltham, American Jewish Historical Society, 1968.

Hertzberg, Arthur, “The New England Puritans and the Jews”, Israel and the Nations: Essays Presented in Honor of Shmuel Ettinger, Jerusalem, Historical Society of Israel, 1987, pp. xxxii-lxvi.

Idem, The Jews in America, New York, Simon and Schuster, 1989.

Hess, Jonathan M., “Off to America and Back Again, or Judah Touro and Other Products of the German Jewish Imagination”, Jewish Social Studies, vol. 19, n.º 2, Winter 2013, pp. 1-23.

Hirschfeld, Fritz, George Washington and the Jews, Newark, University of Delaware Press, 2005.

Hoberman, Michael, New Israel / New England: Jews and Puritans in Early America, Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press, 2011.

Hollander, Jacob Harry, “Some Unpublished Material Relating to Dr. Jacob Lumbrozo of Maryland”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 1, 1893, pp. 25-39.

Hühner, Leon, “Whence Came the First Settlers of New York”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 9, 1901, pp. 75-85.

Idem, “Francis Salvador, a Prominent Patriot of the Revolutionary War”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 9, 1901, pp. 107-121.

Idem, “The Jews of Georgia in Colonial Times”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 10, 1902, pp. 65-95.

Idem, “The Jews of New England (other than Rhode Island) Prior to 1800”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 11, 1903, pp. 86-95.

Idem, “Naturalization of Jews of New York under the Act of 1740”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 13, 1905, pp. 1-6.

Idem, “Some Additional Notes on the History of the Jews of South Carolina”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 19, 1910, pp. 151-156.

Idem, The Life of Judah Touro (1775-1854), Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1946.

Idem, “Daniel Gomez, A Pioneer Merchant of Early New York”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 41, 1951-52, pp. 107-125.

Idem et al., “The Jews of South Carolina from the Earliest Settlement to the End of the American Revolution”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 12, 1904, pp. 39-61.

Idem et al., “Isaac De Pinto”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 13, 1905, pp. 113-125.

Idem et al., “The Jews of Georgia from Outbreak of American Revolution to the Close of the 18th Century”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 17, 1909, pp. 89-108.

Idem et al., “Jews in Connection with the Colleges of the Thirteen Original States prior to 1800”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 19, 1910, pp. 101-124.

Idem et al., “Jews in the Legal and Medical Professions in America prior to 1800”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 22, 1914, pp. 147-166.

Hyman, Paula E. and Moore, Deborah Dash, Jewish Women in America: an Historical Encyclopedia, New York, Routledge, 1997.

Jacobs, Janet Liebman, Hidden Heritage: The Legacy of the Crypto-Jews, Berkeley, University of California Press, 2002.

Jaher, Frederic Cople, The Jews and the Nation. Revolution, Emancipation, State Formation, and the Liberal Paradigm in America and France, Princeton University Press, 2009.

Jastrow, Morris, “Notes on the Jews of Philadelphia, from Published Annals”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 1, 1893, pp. 49-61.

Jews in America: Conquistators, Knickerbockers, Pilgrims, and the Hope of Israel: Exhibition Guide, New York, The New York Public Library, 2004.

Jones, Charles Colcock, “The settlement of the Jews in Georgia”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 1, 1893.

Jones, George Fenwick, “Sephardim and Ashkenazim Jewish Settlers in Colonial Georgia”, The Georgia Historical Quanterly, vol. 85, n.º 4, Winter 2001, pp. 519-537.

Karp, Abraham J., The Jewish Experience in America, 5 vols., New York, The American Jewish Historical Society, 1969.

Kaplan, Dana Evan, “Intermarriage And Conversion To Judaism In Early American Orthodoxy”, Tradition, vol. 31, n.º 4, Summer 1997.

Kayserling, Meyer, “The Earliest Rabbis and Jewish Writers of America”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 3, 1895, pp. 13-20.

Idem, “The Colonization of America by the Jews”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 2, 1894, pp. 73-76.

Kessner, Thomas, “Gershom Mendes Seixas: His Religious “Calling”, Outlook and Competence”, American Jewish Historical Quaterly, n.º 58, Set. 1968 – Jun. 1969, pp. 444-471.

Kiron, Arthur, “An Atlantic Jewish Republic of Letters?”, Jewish History, vol. 20, n.º 2, 2006, pp. 171-211.

Kohler, Max J., “Beginnings of New York Jewish History”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 1, 1893, pp. 41-48.

Idem, “The Lopez and Rivera families of Newport”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 2, 1894, pp. 101-106.

Idem, “Phases of Jewish Life in New York before 1800”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 2, 1894, pp. 73-86; n.º 3, 1895, pp. 77-100.

Idem, “The Jews in Newport”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 6, 1897, pp. 61-80.

Idem, “Civil Status of the Jews in Colonial New York”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 6, 1897, pp. 81-106.

Idem, “Jewish Activity in American Colonial Commerce”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 10, 1902, pp. 47-64.

Idem, “Judah Touro, merchant and philanthropist”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 13, 1905, pp. 93-111.

Idem, “Some Jewish Factors in the Settlement of the West”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 16, 1907, pp. 23-35.

Kohut, George Alexander, “Early Jewish Literature in America”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 3, 1895, pp. 103-147.

Idem, Ezra Stiles and the Jews, New York, Philip Cowen Pub., 1902.

Idem et al., “Dr. Rodrigo Lopez, Queen Elizabeth's Jewish Physician, and his Relations to America”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 17, 1909, pp. 9-25.

Kramer, Michael P., “Against the Tide: Re-discovering Early Jewish American Literary History”, Studies in American Jewish Literature, vol. 33, nº. 1, 2014, pp. 1-12.

Kraut, Benny and Sarna, Jonathan (ed.), Jews and the Founding of the Republic, New York, M. Weiner, 1985.

Lantz, Herman, O'Hara, Mary, “The Jewish Family in Early America”, International Journal of Sociology and the Family, vol. 7, n.º 2, July-December 1977, pp. 247-259.

Learsi, Rufus, The Jews in America: A History, Cleveland, The World Publishing, 1954.

Lee, Raphael Marc, "Recent Dissertations in American Jewish Studies", American Jewish History, vol. 87, n.º 4, Dec. 1999.

Leibman, Laura Arnold, “From Holy Land to New England Canaan: Rabbi Haim Carigal and Sephardic Itinerant Preaching in the Eighteenth Century”, Early American Literature, vol. 44, n.º 1, 2009, pp. 71-93.

Idem, “Sephardic sacred space in colonial America”, Jewish History, vol. 25, n.º 1, 2011, pp. 13-41.

Idem, Messianism, Secrecy, Mysticism: A New Interpretation of Early American Jewish Life, Portland, Valentine Mitchell Press, 2012.

Levy, B. H., “Savannah's Old Jewish Community Cemeteries”, The Georgia Historical Quaterly, vol. 66, n.º 1, Spring 1982, pp. 1-20.

Lewis, Abraham, “Correspondence between Washington and Jewish Citizens”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, vol. 3, 1895, pp. 87-96.

Libo, Kenneth, “Three Centuries of Migration to America”, Studia Rosenthaliana, vol. 23, Fall 1989, pp. 107-118.

Idem, The Seixas-Kursheedts and the rise of Early American Jewry, New York, Bloch Publishing Company, 2001.

Lyons, Jacques Judah, The Lyons Collection, 2 vols., Baltimore, American Jewish Historical Society, 1913-1920.

Maduro, J. M. L., “A Genealogical Note on the Pimentel, Lopez, Sasportas and Rivera Families”, Publication of the American Jewish Historical Society, vol. 18, n.º 3, March 1953.

Mahler, Raphael, “The Jews of American and the Idea of the Return to Zion in the Era of the American Revolution”, Zion, vol. 15, pp. 107-131.

Malamed, Sandra Cumings, The Jews in Early America. A Chronicle of Good Taste and Good Deeds, Mckinlyville, Fithian Press, 2003.

Marcus, Jacob Rader, “A Light on Early Connecticut Jewry”, American Jewish Archives, vol. 1, n.º 2, 1949, pp. 3-52.

Idem, Early American Jewry, 2 vols., Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1951-53.

Idem, Memoirs of American Jews: 1775-1865, Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1955.

Idem (dir.), Essays in American Jewish History, Cincinatti, The American Jewish Archives, 1958.

Idem, American Jewry: Documents, Primarly Hitherto Unpublished Manuscripts, Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College Press, 1959.

Idem, On Love, Marriage, Children... And Death, Too: Intimate Glimpses into the Lives of American Jews in a Bygone Age as Told in Thei Own Words, Cincinatti, Society of Jewish Bibliophiles, 1965.

Idem, “The Oldest Known Synagogue Record Book of Continental North America, 1720-1721”, Studies American Jewish History, Cincinatti, Hebrew Union College Press, 1969, pp. 44-53.

Idem, “Background for the History of the American Jew”, Studies American Jewish History, Cincinatti, Hebrew Union College Press, 1969, pp. 195-221.

Idem, The handsome young priest in the black gown; the personal world of Gershom Seixas, Cincinnati, American Jewish Archives, c. 1970.

Idem, Colonial American Jew: 1492-1776, 3 vols., Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1970.

Idem (ed.), “The Jew and the American Revolution. A Bicentennial Documentary”, American Jewish Archives, vol. 27, n.º 2, 1975, pp. 103-257.

Idem, The American Jewish Woman: A Documentary History, 2 vols., New York, Ktav Publishing House, 1981.

Idem, United States Jewry 1776-1985, vol. 1: The Sephardic Period, Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1989.

Idem, To Count a People: American Jewish Populations Data, 1585-1984, Lanham, University Press of America, 1990.

Idem, The American Jew, 1585-1990: A History, New York, Carlson Publishing, 1995.

Idem (ed.), The Jew in the American World: A Source Book, Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1996.

Matza, Diane (ed.), Sephardic-American Voices: Two Hundred Years of a Literary Legacy, Lebanon, University Press of New England, 1998.

“Miscellaneous Items Relating to Jews in the War of United States and Correspondence with Washington”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 27, pp. 494-496.

Moore, Deborah Dash, At Home in America: Second Generation of New York Jews, New York, Columbia University Press, 1981.

Idem, City of Promises: A History of the Jews of New York, 3 vols., New York, New York University Press, 2012.

Morais, Henry Samuel, The Jews of Philadelphia: Their History From the Earliest Settlements to the Present Time, Philadelphia, The Levy Type Company, 1894.

Morais, Sabato, “Mickvé Israel Congregation of Philadelphia”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 1, 1893, pp. 13-24.

Morgan, David T., “Judaism in Eighteenth-Century Georgia”, The Georgia Historical Quaterly, vol. 58, n.º 1, Spring 1974, pp. 41-54.

Nadell, Pamela S. and Sarna, Jonathan D., Women and American Judaism: Historical Perspectives, Lebanon, University Press of New England, 2001.

Idem and Sussman, Lance J. (eds.), New Essays in American Jewish History, Cincinatti, American Jewish Archive of Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion, 2010.

Neusner, Jacob, “Anglo-Jewry and the Development of America Jewish Life, 1775-1850”, Transactions (Jewish Historical Society of England), vol. 18, 1953-55, pp. 231-242.

Oppenheim, Samuel, “The Early History of the Jews in New York, 1654-1664. Some New Matter on the Subject”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Quaterly, n.º 18, 1909, pp. 1-91.

Idem, “The Jews and Masonry in the United States between 1810”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society Quaterly, n.º 19, 1910, pp. 1-94.

Pencak, William, Jews and Gentiles in Early America, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 2005.

Pereira, Rui Miguel Faisca Rodrigues, “The Iberian Ancestry of Aaron Lopez and Jacob Rodriguez Rivera of Newport”, Rhode Island Jewish Historical Notes, 14, 4, 2006, pp. 559-580.

Pessin, Deborah, History of the Jews in America, New York, Comission on Jewish Education, 1957.

Phillips, Naphtali Taylor, “Family History of the Reverend David Mendez Machado”, Proceedings of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 2, 1894, pp. 45-61.

Idem, “The Levy and Seixas Families of Newport and New York”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 4, 1896, pp. 189-214.

Idem, “The Congregation Shearith Israel. An Historical Review”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 6, 1897, pp. 123-140.

Idem, “Rev. Gershom Mendez Seixas: 'The Patriot Jewish Minister of the American Revolution'”, American Jewish Yearbook, 1904-05, pp. 40-51.

Idem, “Sketch of the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation Shearith Israel”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 21, 1913, pp. 174-228.

Idem, “Unwritten History: Reminiscences of N. Taylor Phillips”, American Jewish Archives, vol. 6, n.º 2, June 1954, pp. 77-104.

Phillips, Rosalie S., “A Burial Place for the Jewish Nation Forever”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 18, 1909, pp. 93-122.

Platt, Virginia B., “Tar Staves and New England Rum: The Trade of Aaron Lopez of Newport, Rhode Island, with Colonial North Carolina”, North Carolina Historical Review, n.º 48, 1971, pp. 1-22.

Porter, Susan L., The Synagogue in America. A Short History, New York, New York University Press, 2011.

Pool, David de Sola, The Mill Street Synagogue (1730-1817) of the Congregation Shearith Israel (Founded in the City of New York in 1655), New York, [s.n.], 1930.

Idem, “Gershom Mendes Seixas’ Letters, 1813-1815, to his daughter Sarah (Seixas) Kursheedt and son-in-law Israel Baer Kursheedt”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 35, 1939, pp. 189-206.

Idem, Touro Synagogue of Congregation Jeshuat Israel, Newport, Rhode Island: Founded 1758, dedicated 1763, designated as a national historic site, 1946, Newport, Society of Friends of Touro National Historic Shrine, 1946.

Idem, “Some Letters of Grace Seixas Nathan, 1814-1821”, Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, n.º 37, 1947.

Idem, Portraits Etched in Stone. Early Jewish Settlers 1682-1831, New York, Columbia University Press, 1952.

Idem and Tamar de Sola, An Old Faith in the New World, New York, Columbia University Press, 1955.

Raphael, Marc Lee (ed.), The Columbia History of Jews and Judaism in America, New York, Columbia University Press, 2008.

Rezneck, Samuel, Unrecognized Patriots: The Jews in the American Revolution, Westport, Greenwood, 1975.

Idem, The Saga of an American Jewish Family Since the Revolution: A History of the Family of Jonas Phillips, Washington D. C., University Press of America, 1980.

Reznikoff, Charles and Engelman, Uriah Z. , The Jews of Charleston: A History of an American Jewish Community, Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1950.

Rosenbloom, Joseph R., A Biographical Dictionary of Early American Jews: Colonial Times through 1800, Kentucky, University of Kentucky Press, 1960.

Rosengarten, Theodore e Rosengarten, Dale (ed.), A Portion of the People. Three Hundred Years of Southern Jewish Life, Columbia, University of South Carolina Press, 2002.

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