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"A Home on the Range": A Home on the Range: The Jewish Chicken Ranchers of Petaluma is a 2002 documentary by Bonnie Burt and Judith Montell about a group of Jews who fled from pogroms in Eastern Europe and prejudice in America to organized a socialist society in rural Northern California, where they relied on raising chickens to support themselves.
- also known as A Home on the Range: The Jewish Chicken Ranchers of Petaluma
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- directors: Bonnie Burt & Judith Montell
- producers: Judith Montell & Bonnie Burt
- genre: Documentary film
- released on (13 years ago)
- official website: www.jewishchickenranchers.com/press
"A home on the range" is a book by Judith Bowen.
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Jokes and Their Relations (2017)
by Elliott Oring
A home on the range is a home in the great outdoors, connoting a solitary existence in nature, a life in which “discouraging words” are never heard. The study of the Talmud, however, does not take place on the open plains but in an urban ...
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