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Paul, Minnesota," New York Jewish Messenger, February 15, 1884. 45. Extracts, June 14, 1886. 46. Baron de Hirsch Institute, Annual Report, 1892, p. 4. 47. Carroll Ryan, "Letter from Canada," Baltimore Jewish Comment, November 15, 1901. 48. William Evans Gordon, The Alien Immigrant (London, 1903), p. 210; W. H. Baker, secretary, letter to editor, Montreal Star, May 5, 1905, in LBBDHI;Extracts, August 1, 1907. 49. Coats and Maclean, p. 45. 50. See, for example, American Israelite, November 7, 1901 and January 9, 1902.

Montreal (Canada)," Av 20, 1884. See also, Carroll Ryan, "Jewish Immigration to Canada," Baltimore Jewish Comment, May 20, 1904. AMERICAN CONNECTION OF CANADIAN JEWS 43 for California. In 1863, the same year that Joseph returned to Montreal, Simpson removed to Toronto. There he became a successful textile merchant, active in the Jewish community, and well-accepted by upper-class gentiles. Myer Runkel, born in Frankfurt, was taken in 1820, as a child, to Charleston, South Carolina, where he undoubtedly knew Simpson.

6-7. 7. July 10, 1846. 8. Sir Moses Montefiore, personal letter to Rabbi Abraham De Sola, Montreal, February, 1872, in McGill University Archives, De Sola Papers (hereafter referred to as ADSP). AMERICAN CONNECTION OF CANADIAN JEWS 25 than Europeans. They feared with reason that "manifest destiny" might turn northward, and they grew increasingly protective of their autonomy. Canadians were heirs to a more conservative, nonrevolutionary tradition. Many Anglo-Canadians viewed American liberty as licentiousness, seeing events such as the Civil War as signs that the great experiment in democracy could never succeed.

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