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מנהג אמעריקא: תפלות בני ישורון | Minhag America: Selected Prayers for Various Occasions in Life, by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise (1872)

https://opensiddur.org/?p=33186 מנהג אמעריקא: תפלות בני ישורון | Minhag America: Selected Prayers for Various Occasions in Life, by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise (1872) 2020-08-10 23:53:05 A siddur supplement compiled by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise containing teḥinot in English for Liberal/Reform congregations establishing a Minhag Ameriḳa. Text the Open Siddur Project Isaac Mayer Wise Isaac Mayer Wise https://opensiddur.org/copyright-policy/ Isaac Mayer Wise https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ Personal & Paraliturgical Prayer collections 19th century C.E. North America תחינות teḥinot 57th century A.M. North American Jewry English vernacular prayer American Reform Movement Classical Reform Needing Transcription Needing Decompilation

This is a collection of teḥinot in the English vernacular found as a supplement (with its own pagination) added to Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise’s Daily Prayers of American Israelites. It is uncertain currently whether Rabbi Wise was the author of these teḥinot or whether they are translations of supplications found in earlier collections in German, French, English, and Yiddish. If you know the origin of any specific teḥinah please contact us or leave a comment below.

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This work is in the Public Domain due to its having been published before January 1st 1924.


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1 comment to מנהג אמעריקא: תפלות בני ישורון | Minhag America: Selected Prayers for Various Occasions in Life, by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise (1872)

  • Avatar Susan Kristol

    My grandmother (1898-2003) and great-grandmother (1867-1969), both born in Canton, Mississippi, used to say the grace after meals from this Isaac M. Wile prayer book. I have never seen the actual book, but I have a copy of the prayer written out in my grandmother’s handwriting. She recited it from memory.

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