Jews and Muslims in British Colonial America
a genealogical history
Sephardim in the new world
Virginia: first-and not so English-colony
Massachusetts: pilgrims, Puritans, Jews, and Moors
New York colony: Dutch, British, and Jewish
Pennsylvania: Quakers and other Friends
Maryland: Catholic in her tastes
Huguenot South Carolina
Georgia, the last colony
Beacon of Freemasonry: Elias Ashmole, John Skene and early American lodges
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From historical writings, ship manifests, wills, land grants, DNA testing, genealogies, and settler lists, and the widespread presence of Jews and Muslims in prominent positions in all of the original colonies, this work looks freshly at the early American experience, postulating that many initia... Read More »
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