Sunday Stories: The Jewish Chicken Ranchers of Petaluma
During the first half of the twentieth century, Jewish immigrants from the shtetls of Eastern Europe and Russia came to Petaluma, California to raise chickens. While their reasons for immigrating were diverse—together they formed a vibrant, politically progressive Jewish community steeped in a wide, sometimes at odds, range of socialist ideals. Join us for another installment of Sunday Stories, and journey back to the days of the Jewish chicken farmers of Northern California.
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