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The great turtle drive

Author: Steve Sanfield; Dirk Zimmer
Publisher: New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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When he sees how much a bowl of turtle soup costs, a cowboy comes up with an unusual plan to earn a fortune.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Sanfield; Dirk Zimmer
ISBN: 0679858342 9780679858348 0679958347 9780679958345
OCLC Number: 29566375
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Origins and pioneers, 1841-1855. Jacob Franklin and Isaac Vallentine, 1841-1844. Joseph Mitchell and Marcus Bresslau, 1844-1855. Foreign intelligence, 1841-1855 --
2. Defining an identity: the Jewish Chronicle and mid-Victorian Anglo-Jewry, 1855-1878. Abraham Benisch, 1855-1868. Foreign coverage, the Mortara Affair and Palestine, 1855-1868. Jews, religion and culture in mid-Victorian Britain. Michael Henry and the perils of Liberalism, 1868-1875. Benisch redivivus and the Eastern Question, 1875-1878 --
3. The era of Asher Myers and Israel Davis, 1878-1906. Asher Myers, the Russian Crisis and the immigration debate. Anglo-Jewry and the immigrants. The rise of modern anti-Semitism and Zionism. The high noon of Anglo-Jewry. Israel Davis and the struggle over the Aliens Act, 1902-1906 --
4. The hegemony of Leopold Greenberg, 1907-1931. The new Jewish journalism, 1907-1914. Doing its bit: the Jewish Chronicle in the First World War. The Jewish Chronicle and the Zionist Movement, 1907-1931. Anglo-Jewry between inner city and suburb, 1918-1931 --
5. Discordant interlude: J.M. Rich and Mortimer Epstein --
6. Ivan Greenberg and the crisis years, 1937-1946. The deluge begins, 1937-1939. The Second World War and the Holocaust. The Jewish Chronicle and the struggle for Palestine, 1937-1946 --
7. The post-war era: J.M. Shaftesley and David Kessler, 1946-1958. The establishment of Israel, 1946-1948. Reconstruction and the emergence from austerity, 1946-1958. Covering the Jewish world, 1946-1958 --
8. The Jewish Chronicle under William Frankel, 1958-1977. Angry young men and Anglo-Jewry, 1958-1967. Israel, the Six-Day War and after, 1967-1977 --
9. The Jewish press in a divided community: Geoffrey Paul, 1977-1990.
Responsibility: by Steve Sanfield ; illustrated by Dirk Zimmer.
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When he sees how much a bowl of turtle soup costs, a cowboy comes up with an unusual plan to earn a fortune.

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