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Audio/visual
Macon, Georgia
May 8, 2007
Tapes/transcript
24 pages

Abraham (Abe) Davidson was born in Georgia. His parents had immigrated from Bialystok, Poland/Russia. His father, Julius, was originally a peddler and then opened a dry-goods store (Davidson's Dry Goods) in Cochran, Georgia. He discusses Jewish life in small town Georgia, his family, the role of the synagogue in the community, segregation/integration, Jewish relations with Blacks, and his service in the army in World War II.

OHC-Abraham (Abe) Davidson

Abraham (Abe) Davidson - Oral History

30 Related Subjects

Emigration and Immigration


Davidson, Abraham (Abe)


Davidson, Julius, 1892-1952


Poland


United States


Peddlers and Peddling


Macon (Ga.)
Georgia

Georgia


Davidson, Joseph Nathan


Wrightsville (Ga.)
Georgia

McRae, Georgia
Georgia

World War, 1914-1918


Jewish soldiers


Davidson, Ida Fixel, 1898-1938


Białystok (Poland)
Poland

Dry Goods
General Stores; Dime Stores; Department Stores

North Carolina


Davidson's Dry Goods Company (Cochran, Ga.)
Dry goods

Cochran (Ga.)
Georgia

Davidson, Ida Radetsky


Jewish-Christian Relations


Sunday Schools, Jewish
Religious Schools, Jewish

Jewish schools


Congregation Sha'arey Israel (Macon, Ga.)
Synagogues

Segregation


Integration


Antisemitism


Passover
Judaism - Fasts and Feasts

Judaism--Fasts and Feasts


Davidson, Sophie Jay


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