NOTES TO CHAPTER I
THE TRADITIONAL SABBATH
Finkelstein Louis, "The Origin of the Synagogue," in Proceedings of the
American Academy for Jewish Research, Vol. I., pp. 49-59.
Moore George Foot, Judaism in the First Centuries of the Christian Era, Cambridge, 1927, Vol. II, p. 24.
Kaplan Mordecai M., "Affiliation with the Synagogue," in The Jewish Communal Register, New York, 1917, pp. 118-119.
Nissenbaum I., in Sefer Ha-Shabbal, Tel-Aviv, 1936, p. 142.
NOTES TO CHAPTER II
THE SABBATH IN THE HOME
The greetings Shabbat Shalom and Shabbat Shalom u-Berakah are used mainly
by the Sefardim (Spanish-Portuguese Jews) while the greeting Gut Shabbos is used
by the Ashkenazim (Central and East European Jews and their American
Most of what follows in this chapter is based on lectures delivered by Prof. Louis Ginzberg of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. For this instruction
and for the clarification of many points in private conference the author expresses
his profound gratitude.
See below, Chap. XVIII, p. 337 ff.
NOTES TO CHAPTER III
HOME SERVICE FOR THE SABBATH
For the music, complete with piano acc., see A. W. Binder, Kabbalath Shabbath, Bloch Pub. Co., N. Y.
For the music, complete with piano acc., see A. W. Binder, The Jewish Year
in Song, G. Schirmer, N. Y.
NOTES TO CHAPTER IV
SABBATH HOUR FOR CHILDREN
Weilerstein Sadie Rose, What Danny Did, Bloch Publishing Co., New York, 1928, pp. 100-103.
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: Sabbath, the Day of Delight.
Contributors: Abraham E. Millgram - Author.
Publisher: Jewish Publication Society of America.
Place of publication: Pilladelphia.
Publication year: 1947.
Page number: 487.
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