An Immigrant's Tale: How Jewish Summer Camp Became Such a Quintessential Rite of Passage for American Jews
Jewish summer camps actually began as part of a larger trend in the late 19th century to get poor kids from the inner cities out into the fresh air of the countryside and to 'Americanize' them in the process
BOSTON – When I told friends that my 10-year-old daughter was going to be spending a month at overnight camp this summer, I got two totally different responses. Most Jewish friends melted into nostalgia for...
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