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Sarasohn & Son, Publishers (translation/Yiddish)

Sarasohn & Son, Publishers (translation/Yiddish)

Founded by Kasriel Tsvi Sarasohn (1835-1905), Sarasohn & Son Publishers were the first Hebrew Press publishers in New York in the 19th century. In 1866, Sarasohn abandoned his preparation for the rabbinate and emigrated to the United States, settling in New York City. In 1874, he founded the Jewish Weekly and the Jewish Gazette, and in 1886, the Jewish Daily News. When he began the publication of his journals, there were no other Jewish papers printed in Hebrew in the United States, and he had great difficulty in obtaining the necessary typefaces. Eventually, his newspapers became the most popular in the Orthodox Jewish community.

די דעקלאראציע פון אומאָפּהענגיקײט | הצהרת העצמאות של ארצות־הברית | The Declaration of Independence of the United States of America (1776), with translations in Yiddish (1892) and Hebrew (1945)

Contributed on: 03 Jul 2019 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Ḥen Melekh Merkhaviyah (translation/Hebrew) | Sarasohn & Son, Publishers (translation/Yiddish) | Thomas Jefferson |

The text of the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America and its signatories in English, with a Yiddish translation published in 1954. . . .

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