Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog: Deep South: Jewish resources
“…Last year, sociologist Anny Bloch-Raymond gave two talks on Jewish life in New Orleans in a series co-sponsored by the French Consulate in New Orleans, the Alliance Francaise of New Orleans, and the Jewish
Federation of Greater New Orleans. Bloch-Raymond, with a master’s in American civilization from the University of Paris, and a PhD in social sciences from the University Marc Bloch, Strasbourg, is a member of the National Center of Scientific Research at the Center of Social Anthropology. She teaches Jewish culture in the anthropological department of the University of Toulouse LeMirail and in the Institute of Jewish Studies.
She’s working on a new book – “Jewish Migrants from the Banks of The Rhine to the Banks of the Mississippi” –
and her current field of research is migration from France and Germany to the American south during the 19th-20th centuries.”
Jews in Antebellum South?? Yes, Indeed!
by Anne Butler
Henrietta Southern Woman of Valor