The little-known story of Jews who fled the pogroms and hardships of Eastern Europe and traveled to California to become chicken ranchers. Even in the sweatshops of New York, word spread about the town of Petaluma, where the Jews were not the shopkeepers and the professionals—they were the farmers.
USA, 2002, 52 mins., directed by Bonnie Burts & Judith Montell, English.
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