A Jewish Life Under the Tsars: The Autobiography of Chaim Aronson, 1825-1888
An autobiography of Chaim/"Hayyim" Aronson (1825-1893), covering the years (1825-1888). He was born in Lithuania. He married three times. By 1887, four of his five sons had immigrated to New York. His autobiography ceased in 1888. He immigrated from St. Petersburg, Russia some time soon after that, because he died in New York.
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