Ha-Poalim ve-ha-Akrim be-Eretz Israel, Elijah Shid, Jerusalem 1898 (48832)

הפועלים והאכרים היהודים בארץ ישראל - Only Edition

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Lot Number: 48832
Title (English): Ha-Poalim ve-ha-Akrim be-Eretz Israel
Title (Hebrew): הפועלים והאכרים היהודים בארץ ישראל
Note: Only Edition
Author: Elijah Shid
City: Jerusalem
Publisher: ha-Zevi
Publication Date: 1898
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD
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Physical Description

Only edition. 20 pp. 153:95 mm., light age staining, wide margins. A very good copy bound in the original wrappers.

 

Detail Description

Only edition of this pamphlet by Elijah Shid (1841-1922) on the settlement of the land of Israel. It was published as part of a series by ha-Zevi. It is based on a discourse given by Shid to the Haveret Yishuv ha-Eretz, delivered on motzai Shabbat 13 Shevat, 1897. It begins with the heading, in contrast to the front wrapper, which is green, perhaps alluding to making the land green, on hakrim and poalim (farmers and workers) who work the eland in moshaviom in Eretz Israel. Shid has visited moshavim and can describe their accomplishments, travail and enemies from a knowledgeable position and experience. Ha-Poalim ve-ha-Akrim is an important and insightful, if little known, description of the settlement of Eretz Israel in the late nineteenth century and the efforts of the Zionist movement to reclaim Eretz Israel for the Jewish people.

 

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