Title: The Echo of the Sea of Galilee Came This Far...
Publication Date: 1980
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
The life of Hana Meisel and the first fifty years of the Agricultural School of Nahalal. Text in Hebrew. 157 pages. Illustrated with photographs. 'Nahalal was a unique form of agricultural settlement in Palestine; called a moshav, it was based on cooperatively owned land, individual family farms, and homesteads with family labor - but mutual aid and a cooperative framework for purchasing and marketing. The majority of Nahalal's founders had been members of a kibbutz (an agricultural collective), who disagreed with the arrangements made for family life, child care, and education. They wished to preserve the integrity of the nuclear family within a cooperative community. .'?Mideast and North African Encyclopedia. Meisel was an early settler at Nahalal, a member of the Women's International Zionist Organization, and a founder of the agricultural school there. A scarce book. Very good but for two inscriptions in Hebrew inside, in a very good or better dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 53034
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