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Some Jews went to join relatives or to marry. 50It was easier and less costly to pursue courtship in the United States than in England or Europe. Canadians were also pulled southward by the attractions of the larger and better-developed cities of the United States, where intellectual and cultural opportunities abounded as they did not in the northern backwater. By 1902 New York had become the largest Jewish city in the world. It would 44. "St. Paul, Minnesota," New York Jewish Messenger, February 15, 1884.
The Baron de Hirsch Institute noted in 1906 that societies in the United States and Europe had helped "many ... deserted wives" to travel to Montreal on a fruitless search for their missing mates. Most arrived penniless and became charges of the Institute. 9' Besides bigamists and adulterers, other types of criminals fled from the United States to hoped-for anonymity in Canada during these years. Hamelis noted in 1884 that the number of Jewish thieves in Canada "was not small," and that most of them had come to Canada from the United States.
Harris Vineberg on the New York Ghetto," Canadian Jewish Times, March 28, 1902. 16. Smith, p. xi. See also, Elizabeth Wallace, Goldwin Smith, Victorian Liberal (Toronto, 1957), pp. 20-39; Carl Berger, The Sense of Power (Toronto and Buffalo, 1970), p. 76. 17. Wise and Brown, p. 17. AMERICAN CONNECTION OF CANADIAN JEWS 27 French Canadians. At most times they saw in America, as Rabbi Abraham De Sola of Montreal put it, "a land ... "'8 Jews, after all, had everywhere-including England, in medieval timessuffered from the tyranny of kings and felt, therefore, that there was little to fear from Republicanism.