A concise presentation of the early years of American Jewish history, combining thematic and chronological explorations
of events from the expulsion from Spain (1492) to the settlement in American cities from New York to Galveston (1880).
Developed by the Feinstein Center for American Jewish History, in collaboration with renowned historians, researchers,
and educators, this colorful history shows how the Jews brought their religion, traditions, languages, culture, and ideas to a new land America
1. Jews in the New World
2. The Revolutionary War and the New Republic
3. Central European Jews Come to America
Primary source material, including maps, letters, and supplementary readings, bring history to life for students, making Challenge and Change an ideal choice for a middle school or high school history elective