Jewish Agricultural and Industrial Aid Society, New York
Publication Date: May 1902
Author(s): William Kahn
Series: Conference of Jewish Charities in the United States, 2
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: Poverty; Employment; Communal Organization
Coverage: United States New York
The two year old Society, funded by the Baroness de Hirsch administration and the Jewish Colonization Association of Paris, aims to remove Jews from crowded city ghettos and assist them in establishing their career in smaller cities and country towns or in becoming farmers in the country. The author explains the structure and methods of the Society.