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(AMERICAN JUDAICA)Isaac Mayer Wise. Group of eleven works:

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Isaac Mayer Wise. Group of eleven works:



* History of the Israelitish Nation, Vol. I. Albany, 1854. * The Essence of Judaism: For Teachers and Pupils, and for Self-Instruction. Cincinnati, 1868. * A Lecture, Delivered January 7, 1869. Cincinnati, 1869. * Five Lectures. (Printed separately, bound together). Cincinnati, 1883. * Moses, The Man and Statesman. Cincinnati, 1883. * Three Lectures on the Origin of Christianity. Cincinnati, 1883. * Judaism and Christianity. Cincinnati, 1883. * A Defense of Judaism versus Proselytizing Christianity. Cincinnati, 1889. * Pronaos to Holy Writ. Cincinnati, 1891. * Judaism: Its Doctrines and Duties. Cincinnati, n.d. * AND: Joseph Krauskopf. Isaac M. Wise: A Memorial Tribute. Philadelphia, 1900. * Leo M. Franklin. Isaac M. Wise, a Tribute. Detroit, 1900. * Invitation to donate to the Isaac M. Wise Memorial Fund. 1901. Multiple first editions. 13 volumes in total.
Ex-library, library bound. Various sizes.
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Isaac Mayer Wise was born in Steingrub, Bohemia, in 1819 and immigrated to America in 1846. At first a rabbi in Albany, in 1854 he moved to Cincinnati. There he established the institutional structure of American Reform Judaism: the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and Hebrew Union College. He is considered to be one of the most significant leaders of the Reform movement.
Isaac Mayer Wise was born in Steingrub, Bohemia, in 1819 and immigrated to America in 1846. At first a rabbi in Albany, in 1854 he moved to Cincinnati. There he established the institutional structure of American Reform Judaism: the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and Hebrew Union College. He is considered to be one of the most significant leaders of the Reform movement.

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