Patricia O’Sullivan is the author of Hope of Israel, a novel about the readmission of the Jews to England in 1656 and Legend of the Dead, a novel about the first Jewish communities in the English colonies. She lives in Mississippi with her family.
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Ronald Hurst, The Golden Rockhttp://www.hebrewhistory.info/factpapers/fp037_eustatius.htm In an earlier post I wrote about how Admiral George Rodney, commander of the British fleet in the Caribbean, harassed the Jewish community of St. Eustatius. The great Irish statesman, Edmund Burke, is known for his eloquent speeches in Parliament defending often unpopular causes in England such…
Me and artist, Fred Terna, who turns 90 this October. I'm jealous because he's the better-looking one between us. Thanks to Krista Hegburg for graciously taking the photo. Last evening I had the great fortune to attend a discussion between Holocaust survivor and artist, Mr. Fred Terna, and Dr. Eugene…
On February 3, 1781, a British fleet commanded by Admiral George Rodney captured the tiny Caribbean Island of St. Eustatius, a Dutch colony that had been giving aid to American rebels in their revolution against the British Empire. Rodney looted the homes and warehouses of many of St. Eustatius's merchants,…