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Pogroms and other less violent forms of Antisemitism in Eastern Europe had resulted in a large increase of the Jewish migration to the United States by 1922. This growth in the Jewish population swelled from an estimated 1,777,185 in 1907 to an estimated 3,390,301 by 1918. The following one page article includes a map of the continental United States featuring those portions of the U.S. with the largest Jewish populations in 1922.

You might also care to read an article about pogroms and other acts of Antisemitism from the early Twenties.


Jewish Population Increase in the U.S.  (The Outlook, 1922)

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