Table of contents for Murder in Lemberg : politics, religion, and violence in modern Jewish history / Michael Stanislawski.

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Introduction							 1
PART ONE: The Murder and its Background
Chapter One: Galicia and its Jews, 1772-1848		 8
Chapter Two: Lemberg and its Jews, 172-1848	 19
Chapter Three: A Reform Rabbi in Eastern Europe	 	38
Chapter Four: Rabbi Abraham Kohn in Lemberg,
1843-1848 59
Chapter Five: Revolution and Murder	 74
PART TWO: The Investigation, Sentence, and Appeal
Chapter Six: Abraham Ber Pilpel, Murderer?	 91
Chapter Seven: The Indicted Co-Conspirators 110	 	
Chapter Eight: Magdalena Kohn vs. the Austrian Empire 122
AFTERWARD					 138
Notes							 146
Bibliography						 164
Acknowledgements					 172

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jews -- Ukraine -- Lviv -- History -- 18th century.
Jews -- Ukraine -- Lviv -- History -- 19th century.
Reform Judaism -- Ukraine -- Lviv -- History -- 19th century.
Jews -- Cultural assimilation -- Ukraine -- Lviv -- History -- 19th century.
Orthodox Judaism -- Relations -- Nontraditional Jews -- History -- 19th century.
Galicia (Poland and Ukraine) -- History -- Uprising, 1848.
Lviv (Ukraine) -- Ethnic relations.
Kohn, Abraham, 1807-1848 -- Assassination.