Guide to Jewish New York

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Celebrating over 350 years of Jewish life in New York.
by Oscar Israelowitz

This is the only guide of its kind. It contains complete do-it-yourself walking and driving tours of the unique Jewish neighborhoods of today such as the Lower East Side, the Upper East and Upper West Sides, Washington Heights, Riverdale, Kew Gardens Hills, Fresh Meadows, Forest Hills, Borough Park, Williamsburg, Crown Heights, Flatbush and Willowbrook. There are tours of several former Jewish enclaves such as Jewish Harlem, the Grand Concourse, Jamaica and Tompkinsville. The Guide to Jewish New York City also contains lists of hundreds of kosher restaurants, synagogues (of all denominations), mikvehs, Jewish Community Centers (JCCs) and YMHAs. Also includes a concise history of Jews in New York.(255 Pages)

Publisher: Israelowitz Publishing, 2004

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