Excerpt from Correspondence Between Washington and Jewish Citizens, And, the Relation of Jews to Our National Monuments
The number of Israelites in this country prior to the Declaration of Independence was not large, but there is undoubted evidence that they were staunch supporters of the Colonies in their efforts to secure severance from foreign yoke.
When Washington had concluded his labors in the field of war and had attained deserved civic honors, and laurels from all quarters were being showered upon him, the Hebrews joined their fellow-citizens in felicitating the hero and statesman.
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