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This is the story of two orthodox Jews from Lithuania: Israel and Rachel Frank, who in 1906 settled in the Village of Southhampton, New York, founded by Puritans in 1640 and the summerhome of New York society. Without benefit of a rabbi, synagogue or kosher butcher store in a totally Christian environment, they kept their ancient tradition and brought up their six children to be proud Jews and proud Americans too.
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