Detroit Schools to Print Works of A. D. Markson
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Detroit Schools to Print Works of A. D. Markson

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Twenty Jewish families formed an agricultural settlement at Wapella, Canada, in 1894.

Under the auspices of the United Hebrew Schools of Detroit and the Kvutzah Ivrith, the Hebrew-speaking society of this city, plans have been completed to publish the literary works of the late A. D. Markson, who was head of the Hebrew High School here.

Twenty Jewish families formed an agricultural settlement at Wapella, Canada, in 1894.

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