Sabato Morais (1823 -1897) was an Italian-born Sephardic teacher and cantor, the minister of Philadelphia's Spanish and Portuguese Congregation Mikveh Israel for nearly half a century, a politically active republican and opponent of slavery, a master Hebraist and pioneer of Italian and Sephardic Jewish Studies in the United States, and the founder of the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. Full biography...
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